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REFERENCE  DEPARTMENT 


Book  No 


Accession 


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563937 


NOT  TO   BE  TAKEN    FROM   THE   LIBRARY 


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SAN  FRANCISCO  PUBLIC  LIBRARY 


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WAGONS     SUPPLY     FAMILIES    WITH 

In  Oakland,    llcrkeley   ami    Alameda. 


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THOMAS    DAY, 

Dealer  in  every  variety  of 


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4:12     OT-J-A.Y     ST. 

Importers,   Dealers  and  Manufacturers  of 

Wire  Goods,  Coal  and  Ore  Screens,  Wire  Netting,  Wire  Stands, 
BATTERY   CLOTH,  etc , 

Window  and  Door  Screens  for  excluding  flies, 

IRON    AND     STEEL     WIRE     ROPE 

For  Rigging,  Mining  and  Hoisting  Purposes. 


Also,  Wire  and  WIRE  WORK  of  all  descriptions  MADE  TO  ORDER. 


Sole    Proprietor  of  the 


ATENT  ENDLESS   ROPEWAY  -  WIRE  TRAMWAY 

For  Transporting  Ore*  over  XuiintHin Place*. 


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Sole   Agent*   for  the 

H  olio  w  ay     Fire     Extinguishc  . 

ORREY'S  WEATHER  STnTp'slor  Excluding  DUST  an  RAIN. 

A.  S.  HALIjIDIE,  Propr  rt(  . 


Y  "mTDTT  APHT  SS^? 


Mctures,    Fr;    j 


W.  I.  TUSTIN'S  PATENT 

First  Premium  Wind-Millsj-nd  Horse- 

The  Simplicity  and  Perfection  ol  these  Machines  is  tire  result  of  27  years'  expen 


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PUMPS,  PIPING  and  every  variety  ol  goods  and  Machinery  connected  with  our 

FURNISHED  TO  ORDER, 
i        Semi  for  Descriptive  Circulars  and  Price  Lists.  . 
Manufacture  offici  .cor.  Market  and  Bealests.,  SAX  I 

W.    I.  TUST1N,  PATEHTKE. 


ADVERTISEMENTS. 


G-O    TO    THIE 

CHAMPION     TAILOR 

If  you  want  a  Fine  Fit  ! 


F^*»  $  4-^^¥*  "^p^*  *^  %  ^^  #=■■  ^^  -^^  5 


No.  48  Second  Street. 


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A.    MORRIS, 

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Second  St.,  near  Mission,  San  Francisco. 


LIBERAL  TERMS  TO  THE  TRADE. 


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>WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL  , 


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.MARKETS!". 

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A  SPECIALTY. 


Bible  Unepalled  in  variety  of  contents,  elegance  of  Style,  and  Cheapness  ol  Price. 


(Will  Remove  in  November  to  1039  Market  St.) 


11. 


OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


B.  McCULLOUGH. 


J.  DA  VIES. 


,0U.OUCH  &  04 


w*s 


JOBBING    OF    ALL    KINDS    PROMPTLY 
ATTENDED    TO. 


Residence  189  Third  St. 

BET.    ALICE    J^1<TJD     JACKSOIT     STS. 


OAKLAND 


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SHATTUCK'S   HALL, 
863  Broadway,  bet,  Seventh  and  Eighth,  Oakland. 


The  above  popular  room  has  just  been  lav- 
ishly refurnished  and  carpeted  throughout,  and 
will  compare  favorably  with  the  first-class  Bil- 
liard Saloons  of  the  metropolis. 

J.  FENNESSY,  Proprietor. 


Choice  Wines,  Liquors  and  Cigars. 


ADVERTISEMENTS.  iii. 


LEWIS  PETERSON.  JOHM  OLBBON. 

PETERSON  &  OLSSON, 

SPECIAL  ATTENTION  TO  MODELS  FOR  INVENTORS. 

— .    EMBLEMATIC  SIGNS.      S 

Manubacthrehs  of 

Weather  Vanes,  Chemical  Apparatus, 

Tea    Canisters,   Liquor    Measures, 

L^Pumps,  Syphons,  and  all  descriptions 

mof  Lanterns,  Theatrical  Properties,  etc. 

W^gggf^g^  328     BUSH     ST. 

Between  Montgomery  and  Kearny  Streets, 

(UP  STAIRS)  SAN  FRANCISCO. 

Starkweather  &  Son, 

IMPORTERS  OF 

Carpets  and  Oil  Cloths 


~  ■      -  ~ 


1153    BROADWAY, 
Between  Thirteenth  and  Fourteenth  Streets,  Oakland. 


The  Latest  Patterns  of 


Body  Brussels,  Tapestries,  Three-Ply  and  Ingrains, 

OIL  CLOTHS  OF  ALL  WIDTHS, 

Rugs,  Mats  and   Matting  in   all  varieties   constantly   on 

hand.     Old  carpets  taken  up,  cleaned,  and  re-laid 

the   same   day,   -when   desired.     Curtain 

Work  done  to  order,  and  perfect 

satisfaction  guaranteed. 


IV.  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

THE 

Oakland    Carpet    Store. 


CHAS.  L.   TAYLOR, 

IMPORTER  AND  DEALER  IN 

if  18?®' 


irpets, «,. , 

PAPER  HANGINGS,  UPHOLSTERY  GOODS, 

1060  Broadway, 

EAST  SIDE,  BET.  ELEVENTH  AND  TWELFTH, 


Carpet  and  Curtain  Work  done  to  order. 


O,    CI,    Kt« 

TINNING,  PLUMBING,  GAS -FITTING 

And  Metal  Roofing  done  in  all  its  branches, 
315  East  Twelfth  Street,       -        East  Oakland. 

Gas  Fixtures,  Pumps  of  all  Kinds,  Stoves  and  Ranges.  Jobbing,  etc. 


ItiE.   DE    LA   MONTANYA, 

DEALER  IN 

H@H.g@&,    if@T©«  |  Tinware^ 

1011    BROADWAY, 

I3FT.    TENTH    AND    ELEVENTH. 


All  kinds  of  Tin,  Copper.  Zinc  and  Shoot  Iron  Work  made  to  order.    Roofing  and  all 
kinds  of  Repairing  done  at  short  notice,  and  at  the  lowest  prices. 


ADVERTISEMENTS. 


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^ottrnaf-gompagnic, 

(<§,  ©djmitt,  St.  (V-  SBicmctycr,  21.  Wh  Scfjutt.) 


Oakland  Journal. 

GERMAN  NEWSPAPER, 

Published  by  the 

fggMta 


C.  Schmitt, 

K.  F.  Wiemeyer, 

A.  M.  Sehutt. 


OCKELMANN  &  FRIEDLANDER, 


769  Market  St.,  bet-ween  Third  and  Fourth,  San  Francisco. 


Blank  Books  made  to  order,  -with  every  kind  of  ruling.  All  kinds  of  books  bound  in 
the  best  manner.  Sheet  Music  bound  strong,  and  promptly  delivered.  Pictures  neatly 
framed,  and  Fancy  Leather  Work  and  Gold  Lettering  a  specialty.    Albums  repaired. 

All  our  work  first-class,  at  moderate  prices. 


VI. 


OAKLAND  DIRECTORY. 


San  Francisco  Branch 


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OF  THE 


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ire 


a 


ore 


OF   NEW  YORK, 
Proprietors, 

420  Sansome  Street,  San  Francisco, 

Manufacturers  or 

Brass.  Comer.  Steel  and  Iron  Wire  Cloth 


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a  A 


P 


Brass  and  Steel  Battery  Screens,  Locomotive  Wire 
Cloth  and  Heavy  Mining  Cloth, 

ORNAMENTAL  WIRE  WORK,  WIRE  FENCE,  RAILING,  GUARDS,  ETC, 


Galvanized  Wire  Cloth  for  Fruit  Drying, 

Ship     and    R-  ailroad    Lantei-ns. 


NEW  YORK  HOUSE, 

45    FULTON    STKEET. 


Manufactory  9-17  Chestnut  St. 

BROOKLYN,  NEW  YORK. 


KEMiESENTED  IN  SAN  FBANCISCO  BY 


JOHN  P.  BERING,  late  Manager  with  Eckfeldt  &  Co. 


if  BISHOP'S 

o{^ND  DIRECT^ 

I876-7. 

COJfTAnCISG  A 

BUSINESS     DIRECTORY, 

STREET  GUIDE, 

RECORD  OF  THE 

CITY  GOVERNMENT, 

Its  Institutions,  etc. 


DIRECTORY  OF  THE  TOWN  OF  ALAMEDA 


COMPILED  BY  ».  H.  BISHOP  «fc  CO. 

W.  B.  HAEDY,  959  BEOADWAY,  AGENT. 


JTJLY    1876. 


OAKLAND: 

PUBLISHED    BY    B.    C.    YANDAXL. 

1876. 


Entered  according  to  Act  of  Congress,  in  the  year  1876,  by  B.  C.  Vandall, 
in  the  office  of  the  Librarian  of  Congress  at  "Washington,  D.  C. 

563337 


3  1223  04590  0942 


TABLE   OF    CONTENTS. 


Abbreviations 83 

Additional  Names 5 

Alameda  Directory 467 

Banks 64 

Board  of  Education 23 

Board  of  Health 23 

Board  of  Supervisors,  County 17 

Bonded  Debt f 28 

Business  Directory  of  Oakland 405 

Churches 54 

City  Council  of  Oakland 22 

County  Infirmary i 19 

Courts 19 

Educational 39 

Fire  Department 24 

Improvements 38 

Independent  Order  of  Odd  Fellows 59 

Libraries 65 

Masonic 57 

Military 64 

Miscellaneous  Societies 63 

Mortuary  Eeport 69 

Municipal  Finances.  ." » 27 

Municipal  Government  of  Oakland 21 

Notaries  Public  of  Alameda  County 18 

Official  Directory  of  the  County  of  Alameda 17 

Police  Department 23 

Population 15 

Post  Offices 69 

Public  Schools  of  Oakland 39 

Railroads — Street 66 

Real  Estate 32 

Register  of  Names,  Alameda 473 

Register  of  Names,  Oakland 83 

Resources  and  Productions  of  Alameda  County 20 

Secret  Societies 57 

Street  Guide 71 

University  of  California 42 


INDEX  OF  ADVERTISERS. 


Auld  &  Barf  red 315 

Baldwin  A 410 

Bancroft  A.  L.  &  Co opp         96 

BarnesH.  W 96 

Berger  L.  P 445 

Bering  John  P vi 

Bernard  Charles 500 

Blethen  &  Terry 315 

BrownS.  A 117 

Burkardt  Max . .  .bottom  margin  front  cover 

Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co back  cover 

Carrique  E.  T 445 

Cochrane  &  Bichmond,  side  margin 

front  cover 

Dalziel  &  Moller 151 

Dalziel  James 151 

Day  Thomas front  cover 

De  La  Montanya  M iv 

Denniston  Edward  G 461 

Dexter  Livery  Stable 117 

Diamond  Printing  Co 451 

Everson  W.  &  M 173 

FarnoA.  C 317 

Fennessy  J ii 

Follrath  Adam 442 

Forg  Charles 449 

Freeman  &  Jaffe 429 

Fuhrmann  A.  M back  cover 

Gaudin  J 189 

Gibb  &  Co 454 

Golden  Gate  Academy 82 

Gordon  J.  S.  G top  margin 

Grand  Central  Carriage  Works 427 

Grand  Central  Livery  Stables 371 

Guild  Pianos back  cover 

Halley  William 458 

Hallidie  A.  S front  cover 

Hardy  W.  B 207 

Hayes  George  &  Co 432,  450,461 

Heald's  Business  College opp       208 

Healy  M.J bottom  margin  back  cover 

Herrmann  C side  margin  front  cover 

Hill  J.  B i 

Howard  &  Morse vi 

HueterBros.  &  Co opp        224 

Jahn  feScholl 231 

Jordan  Bros 426 

Jung  J.  C 500 

Kelly  E.  J.  &  Co side  margin 

KirkO.  C iv 

Lawrie  A.  G 460 

Lulley  M.  &  Sons 407 

Maple  Leaf  Nursery 295 

Mau  Charles 406 


McCullough  &  Davies 

McGivney  James 

McEenzie  W.  W 

Metcalf  George  D 

Methodist  Book  Concern. 


438 

464 

452 

i 

Meyer  Adolph top  margin  back  cover 

Miley  &  Laage 430 

Miller  J.  Fred 454 

Morris  A i 

Murray  &  Roberts 427 

National  Surgical  Institute 498 

Newsom  L.  M 295 

Oakland  Bank  of  Savings 301 

Oakland  Journal v 

Oakland  Planing  Mill back  cover 

Oakland  Transcript opp  300 

Oakland  Tribune bottom  margin 

Ockelmann  &  Friedlander v 

Pacific  Business  College opp  304 

Pacific  Electro  Depositing  Works 462 

Pacific  Wire  Works back  cover 

Palace  Horse  Shoeing  Shop 442 

Peterson  &  Olsson iii 

Pioneer  Carpet  Beating  Machine 331 

Pioneer  Carriage  Factory 427 

Pioneer  Collection  Office 317 

Pioneer  Planing  Mills 315 

Raffo  Bros 440 

Remillard  &  Bros 499 

Robinson  A 331 

Rutherford  C.  B side  margin 

Samm  Jacob 498 

San     Francisco     and   Pacific    Glass 

Works' back  of  cover 

San     Francisco     Pioneer     Varnish 

Works opp  224 

San  Francisco  Plating  Works 461 

Slate  W 350 

Smith  Stephen bottom  margin 

Sohst  Bros 427 

Starkweather  &  Son iii 

Stokes  William 406 

Sunny  Side  House 410 

Taylor  Charles  L iv 

Tinkham  &  Butterfield 371 

Tustin  W.  I inside  front  cover 

Union  National  Gold  Bank 378 

Union  Savings  Bank 378 

West  Coast  Furniture  Co back  cover 

Wheat  CD 499 

White  J.  E 451 

Williams  H.  F 499 

Woodward  &  Taggart top  margin 


AUDITION AL  NAMES,  REMOVALS,  ETC., 

Received  too  late  for  regular  insertion. 


Adams  J.  K.,  foreman  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Surmyside  House 
Allen  D.  P.,  carpenter  with  Philip  Schreiber,  res  Sunnyside 

House 
Armstrong  B.  A.  &  Son  (B.  A.  and  George  F.  Armstrong) 

house,    carriage  and  fresco   painter,    N  s  Twelfth  bet 

Harrison  and  Alice 
Armstrong  Bradley  A.   (B.  A.  Armstrong  &  Son)  res  |W  s 

Broadway  nr  Twenty-second 
Armstrong  George  F.    (B.  A.  Armstrong  &  Son)  res  W  s 

Broadway  nr  Twenty-second 
ATLANTIC   AND   PACIFIC   TELEGRAPH   CO.,  E.   W. 

Haskin  manager,  Broadway  Railroad  station 
BALDWIN  ALEXANDER,  proprietor  Sunnyside  House, 

SW  cor  Thirteenth  and  Harrison 
Bartlett  Benoit,  stonecutter  Oakland  Stone  Yard,  res  Ala- 
meda 
Basnett  John  D.,  clerk  with  William  Dick,  res  Alameda 
Bieler  Frank,   wholesale  wines  and  liquors,   store  and  res 

_  769  East  Twelfth 
Blaisdell  Samuel  S.,  photographer  with  Bluett  &  Fardon 
Blake  Francis  (Blake,  Bobbins  &  Co.,  SF)  res  Telegraph  av 

bet  Sycamore  and  Caledonia  av 
Blessing  Charles  V.,   carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,   res 

469  Sixth 
BLUETT  &  FARDON  (W.  H.  Bluett  and  G.  R.  Fardon) 

photographers,  1157  Broadway 
BLUETT  W.  H.  (Bluett  &  Fardon)  res  SW  cor  Jefferson 

and  Sixteenth 
BBJNCKMANN  E.  (Koenig  &  Brinckmann)  res  N  s  Thir- 
teenth bet  Broadway  and  Franklin 


6  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

BURKARDT   MAX,   oil   paintings,    ehroroos  and  picture 

frames,   545  Washington  (S  F)  res  SE  cor  Tenth  i.nd 

Madison.     [See   advertisement    bottom    margin   front 

cover.] 
Campbell  E.  D.,  clerk  post  office,  res  Sunny  side  House 
CARL  CHARLES,    stock   broker,    922   Broadway    (Union 

Bank  Building) 
CARRIQUE  E.   T.,  agent  State  Investment  and  Insurance 

Co.,  460  Eighth,  res  NW  cor  Washington  and  Ninth 
DARGLE  WILLIAM  E.,  president  Oakland  Tribute  Pub- 
lishing Co,  911  Broadway 
Deitrick  A.  A.,  butcher,  shop  and  res  830  Clay 
Dinneen  Bartholomew,  stone  cutter  Oakland  stone  yard,  res 

Golden  Star  Hotel 
FOLLRATH  ADAM,  proprietor  Palace  horseshoeing  shop, 

N  s  Twelfth  bet  Harrison  and  Alice 
Grinnell  W.  E.   (R.  McCrum  &  Co.)  res  cqr  Twenty-sixth 

and  West 
Hanscom  John  O.,  mining  (S  F)  res  William  nr  Telegraph  av 
JORDAN  BROS.  (Moses  S.   and  J.   C.   Jordan)  carpenters 

and  builders,  403  Tenth 
JORDAN  J.  C.  (Jordan  Bros.)  res  Alta  House 
JORDAN  MOSES  S.  (Jordan  Bros.)  res  316  Tenth 
McKENZIE  W.  W.,  undertaker,  N  s  Eighth  bet  Broadway 

and  Franklin,  res  611  Fifteenth 
MILLER  J.  FRED.,  bookbinder  and  paper  ruler,  9  Wilcox 

block,  res  Fifth  bet  Alice  and  Jackson 
Oakes  Fred  A.,  operator  Atlantic  and  Pacific  Telegraph  Co., 

Broadwav  Pi  Pi  Station 
OAKLAND  TRIBUNE    PUBLISHING    CO.,  William    E. 

Dargie  president,  911  Broadway 
Paget  Mr.   <fc   Mrs.,  Parisian  Academy,   cor   Telegraph  av 

and  Seventeenth 


The  City  of  Oakland. 


The  City  of  Oakland  is  located  on  the  Bay  of  San  Fran- 
cisco, at  the  western  terminus  of  the  Central  Pacific  Rail- 
road. The  extent  of  the  city  from  east  to  west  is  about  four 
and  one-half  miles,  and  from  north  to  south  three  miles. 
San  Antonio  Creek  forms  the  southern,  and  the  Bay  of  San 
Francisco  the  western  boundary.  On  the  north  and  east  its 
borders  seem  destined  to  a  perpetual  enlargement.  The 
growing  giant  must  have  room.  So  rapidly  do  the  people 
come  hither  to  locate,  and  such  is  the  natural  tendency  to 
expansion  that  it  becomes  unsafe  to  venture  a  prediction  as 
to  the  ultimate  future  limits  of  her  municipal  area.  Berke- 
ley, Temescal  and  other  suburbs  will  be  absorbed,  and  a 
city  from  forty  to  fifty  square  miles  in  extent  will  be  the 
result  at  no  distant  day. 

The  land  upon  which  Oakland  stands  was  conveyed  by  the 
Mexican  Government  to  one  of  its  citizens,  Louis  Ma  Peralta, 
in  the  year  1822.  The  domain  remained  in  possession  of 
Peralta  and  his  sons  until  1852,  when  it  was  sold,  and  came 
into  the  possession  of  several  American  citizens.  On  the 
4th  of  May,  1852,  the  Governor  of  the  State  approved  an 
act  incorporating  the  Town  of  Oakland.  The  population 
was  small,  consisting  mainly  of  speculators,  and  a  few  scat- 
tered Mexicans.  But  the  founders  of  the  town  nvere  active 
and  enterprising  and  soon  attracted  a  considerable  accession 
to  the  settlement.  The  beauty  of  the  location  and  its  desi- 
rability as  a  place  of  residence,  was  acknowledged  by  all 


OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


who  visited  it,  and  it  soon  became  evident  that  early  holders 
of  property  had  every  prospect  of  realizing  largely  on  their 
investments.  The  town  had  been  laid  out  in  blocks  and  lots, 
the  real  estate  market  became  active,  and  population  flowed 
in.  So  rapidly  did  the  young  town  progress,  that  a  city 
government  became  desirable,  the  more  fully  to  protect  the 
interests  of  the  people,  and  on  the  25th  of  March,  1854,  an 
act  incorporating  the  City  of  Oakland  was  approved  by -the 
Governor.  The  vote  polled  at  the  first  charter  election  was 
three  hundred  and  sixty-eight,  indicating  a  population •  of 
about  one  thousand.  Adult  male  citizens  predominated  at 
that  early  day.  Oakland  was  now  fairly  started  upon  a  career 
of  organized  progress.  The  first  Mayor  was  Mr.  H.  "W.  Car- 
pentier,  who  delivered  his  first  message  April  9th,  1854.  Of 
the  long  and  embarassing  litigation  which  followed,  involv- 
ing the  title  to  the  water  front,  it  is  unnecessary  to  speak, 
except  to  state  that  all  subject  matters  in  dispute  were  hap- 
pily settled  by  compromise— but  not  until  1868.  From  the 
date  of  its  incorporation  to  the  present  day  Oakland  has 
constantly  progressed,  at  times  slowly  and  at  other  times 
with  marvellous  rapidity.  A  firm  and  well  founded  belief 
has  always  prevailed  among  the  leading  men  of  Oakland  that 
the  city  was  destined  to  a  brilliant  future.  Already  are  the 
predictions  of  her  pioneers  being  fulfilled.  That  great 
drawback  to  her  prosperity,  lack  of  speedy  and  certain  com- 
munication with  San  Francisco  has  been  removed.  The  im- 
provement of  her  harbor  to  an  extent  that  shall  enable  the 
largest  ships  to  come  up  alongside  her  wharves  is  progress- 
ing, and  will  soon  be  an  accomplished  fact.  David  Leeman 
Emerson,  in  a  recent  lecture,  has  given  a  glowing  prophetic 
picture  of  the  near  future  of  the  city.  He  says  that  "the 
water  front  will  be  lined  with  warehouses,  docks  and  wharves, 
in  front  of  which  shall  be  safely  moored  multitudes  of  steam- 
ers and  merchantmen  froro  every  clime,  while  along  our 
principal  streets  costly  and  spacious  edifices  devoted  to  trade 
shall  extend  one  mile  from  the  waters  edge."  0.  B.  McDon- 
ald, Esq.,  in  a  paper  published  in  the  Centennial  edition  of 
the  Daily  Transcript,  says:     "  All  that  is  necessary -to  estab- 


THE    CITY   OF   OAKLAND. 


lish  an  extensive  commerce  on  the  Oakland  side  is  the  com- 
pletion of  the  sea  wall,  the  construction  of  suitable  wharfage, 
and  the  erection  of  a  few  great  warehouses  and  elevators  on 
the  vast  property  belonging  to  the  Water  Front  Company; 
then  all  that  portion  of  trade  which  shall  be  in  course  to- 
wards the  east  will  inevitably  find  its  way  to  the  most  direct 
and  convenient  point  of  conjunction  with  the  overland  rail- 
way. No  aggregation  of  capital  can  retain  the  seat  of 
commercial  empire  away  from  the  established  highway  of 
commerce;  and  Oakland  being  the  actual  terminus  of  the 
overland  railway,  and  having  more  than  the  recpiired  wharf- 
age, must  in  time  acquire  a  considerable  proportion;^  not  a 
preponderance  of  trade." 

Oakland  has  had,  including  the  present  incumbent,  nine- 
teen Mayors,  as  follows:  H.  W.  Carpentier,  1854-5;  Charles 
Campbell,  1855-6;  S.  H.  Eobinson,  1856-7;  A.  Williams, 
1857-8,  and  1858-9;  F.  K.  Shattuck,  1859-60;  J.  P.  M.  Da- 
vis, 1860—61  and  1861-2;  George  M.  Blake,  1862-3;  W.  H. 
Bovee,  1863-4;  Edward  Gibbons,  1864-5;  B.  F.  Ferris, 
1865-6;  J.  W.  Dwindle,  1866-7;  W.  W.  Crane  jr.,  1867-8; 
Samuel  Merritt,  1868-9;  John  B.  Felton,  1869-70  and  1870-71; 
N.  W.  Spaulding,  1871-2  and  1872-3;  Henry  Durant,  1873-4 
and  1874-5;  Mack  Webber,  1875-6,  and^E.  H.  Pardee, 
1876-7. 

Oakland  has  been  described  as  the  most  beautiful  city  on 
the  American  continent.  Certainly  it  is  one  of  the  most  at- 
tractive. The  site  consists  of  a  plain,  gently  sloping  from 
the  waters  of  the  bay  to  the  neighborhood  of  the  foot-hills, 
where  the  surface  becomes  more  undulating  and  is,  .in  some 
places,  diversified  by  considerable  elevations.  The  rise  to 
the  northward  and  westward  throughout  Central  Oakland  is 
so  gradual  that  to  the  eye  of  the  observer  it  is  imperceptible, 
yet  it  is  amply  sufficient  to  allow  the  perfection  of  a  system 
of  drainage,  which  is  being  rapidly  inaugurated  upon  a  defi- 
nite scientific  plan.  On  First  street,  north  of  San  Antonio 
Creek,  the  natural  elevation  above  high  water  mark  is  at  the 


10  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

intersection  of  Webster  street,  two  feet  eight  inches,  rising 
to  eight  feet  nine  inches  at  Second  street,  to  twelve  feet  four 
inches  at  Third  street,  to  fifteen  feet  at  Fourth  street,  to 
eighteen  feet  eight  inches  at  Fifth  street,  to  twenty-four  feet 
five  inches  at  Sixth  street,  to  twenty-seven  feet  nine  inches 
at  Seventh  street,  to  thirty  feet  nine  inches  at  Eighth  street, 
to  thirty-two  feet  eight  inches  at  Ninth  street,  to  thirty-five 
feet  five  inches  at  Tenth  street,  to  thirty-six  feet  eight  inches 
at  Eleventh  street,  whence  the  decline  is  towards  Lake  Mer- 
ritt.  The  above  illustration  of  the  "lay  of  the  land"  is 
generally  applicable  to  all  the  level  portion  of  Oakland,  and 
shows  at  a  glance  admirable  drainage  facilities.  The  atten- 
tion of  strangers  whose  first  impressions,  derived  from  the 
eye  alone,  may  lead  them  to  suppose  that  the  city  is  located 
upon  a  dead  level  is  called  to  these  figures. 

The  present  aspect  of  Oakland  is  that  of  an  extended  vil- 
lage. The  entire  plain  was  originally  covered  with  a  luxu- 
riant growth  of  majestic  live  oaks,  and  great  care  has  been 
taken,  both  by  the  municipal  authorities  and  the  citizens,  to 
preserve  them.  The  streets  are  shaded  by  them,  and  almost 
every  residence  lot  is  embellished  by  them;  their  grateful 
shade  shields  the  mansion  and  the  cottage  from  the  rays  of 
the  sun,  and  their  giant  arms  protect  from  the  power  of  the 
storm.  The  effect  upon  the  eye  of  such  a  vast  mass  of 
graceful  foliage  is  pleasant  in  the  extreme.  A  few  moments 
walk  aside  from  any  of  the  principal  business  streets,  brings 
one  into  an  atmosphere  of  repose  and  rural  quiet. 

While  nature  has  done  so  much  to  render  this  spot  attract- 
ive, the  .skill  and  enterprise  of  the  arborculturist  has  greatly 
increased  and  diversified  its  beauty.  The  climate  is  so 
genial  that  a  great  variety  of  trees  and  shrubs,  unknown  in 
Eastern  States  outside  of  glass,  flourish  luxuriantly  in  the 
open  air.  Among  the  hardy  varieties  which  adorn  many  of 
the  gardens  of  the  city,  and  which,  according  to  Mr.  James 
Hutchison,  a  nurseryman  of  many  years  experience  in 
Oakland,  stand   our  winters  well,  are  the  magnolia  "Gran- 


THE   CITY   OF   OAKLAND.  ll 

diflora"  and  other  varieties,  many  varieties  of  the  palm, 
the  pepper  tree,  "Schimis  Molli  ;"  the  eucalyptus  or  gum 
tree,  which  grows  with  great  rapidity  and  to  a  great  height, 
nearly  all  varieties  of  the  acacia,  which  grows  to  a  size  that 
renders  it  an  excellent  shade  tree,  the  ' '  Mespelus  Japonica ;" 
the  Norfolk  Island  pine,  "Arancaria  Excelsia;"  the  olive, 
"Olea  Verrucosa;"  the  century  plant,  "Agave  Americana," 
which  has  been  known  to  bloom  here  at  the  age  of  twelve 
years;  the  Florapendaor  "Brugmansia;"  the  camilia  japon- 
ica; the  "Daphne  Odora;"  the  oleander,  "Nerianes;"  the 
lemon,  "Aloysia  Citriodora;"  the  verbena;  the  crape  myrtle ; 
fuchsias;  heliotropes;  pittosporams,  abutilons,  the  Indian 
Shot,  "  Cannalndica;"  pomegranates,  figs  and  a  large  num- 
ber of  other  ornamental  trees  and  shrubs.  Is  it  remarkable 
that  such  a  profusion  of  foliage  and  bloom  as  flourishes  in 
this  charming  city,  should  attract  hundreds  of  aesthetic  tastes 
to  her  borders  ?  It  would  seem  that  life  amid  such  surround- 
ings must  of  necessity  be  colored  to  the  scene,  and  be 
infinitely  more  enjoyable  than  amid  the  dust  and  din  and 
whirling  sand  of  the  peninsula. 

The  natural  scenery  of  Oakland  and  her  suburbs  is  sur- 
passingly beautiful.  The  Bay  in  its  front  stretches  to  the 
northward  and  the  southward,  dotted  with  its  clear,  sharply 
outlined  islands,  and  out  to  that  magnificent  portal  the 
Golden  Gate ;  the  promontories  of  Marin  lift  their  rugged 
surface  to  the  sky  on  the  far  right,  while  the  whole  picture 
is  set  as  in  frame  by  the  encircling  San  Pablo  range  of  lofty 
and  picturesque  hills.  These  hills  approach  in  some  in- 
stances the  dignity  of  mountains,  and  are  seamed  throughout 
with  the  paths  of  impetuous  water  courses,  full  in  winter, 
but  only  little  rills  during  the  summer.  The  variety  of 
scene  is  so  great  and  the  range  so  extended  that  the  eye  need 
never  be  surfeited. 

The  climate  is  equable  ;  there  are  no  extremes  of  heat  or 
cold.  Snow  never  falls  and  but  rarely  is  the  ground  whitened 
by  frost.     The  fierce  winds  that  sweep  over  the  opposite 


12  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

peninsula  lose  their  force  and  their  chill  and  come  to  us  as 
moderate  breezes  to  cool  the  heat  of  the  summer  sun.  Veg- 
etation flourishes  throughout  the  year,  and  the  greenest  and 
most  enjoyable  season  is  that  of  so-called  winter. 

The  commercial  importance  of  Oakland  is  dependent  upon 
the  completion  of  her  harbor  improTements.  The  bulk  of 
the  grain  and  wool  products  of  California  will  seek  this  port 
as  the  most  natural  and  convenient  point  for  shipment,  and 
the  productions  of  foreign  countries  for  shipment  over  the 
Central  Pacific  Railroad  will  be  landed  at  our  wharves  so 
soon  as  the  work  now  in  progress  is  completed.  From  July 
1st  to  December  31st,  1875,  thirty  vessels  were  loaded  with 
wheat  for  Europe  at  the  Oakland  "Wharf.  The  amount 
reached  110,128,000  pounds  or  70,064  tons.  The  receipts  of 
coal  were  73,463  tons.  Lumber  receipts  aggregated  over 
twenty  million  feet. 

As  a  point  for  the  establishment  of  large  manufacturing 
industries  this  city  presents  many  peculiar  advantages,  prom- 
inent among  which  are  her  unequalled  railroad  facilities,  and 
the  feasibility  of  procuring  for  all  time  an  abundance  of 
cheap  fuel.  The  most  extensive  establishments  now  in 
operation  in  Oakland  or  its  immediate  vicinity  are  the  Pacific 
Cordage  Company,  which  supplies  the  market  of  San  Fran- 
cisco, and  the  California  Watch  Company,  formerly  known 
as  the  Cornell  Watch  Company,  which  has  removed  from 
San  Francisco  to  Berkeley,  a  northern  suburb.  This  Com- 
pany will  employ  when  in  full  operation,  several  hundred 
men.  Turk's  Manufactory  of  Preserved  Fruit  gives  em- 
ployment, during  the  packing  season,  to  over  one  hundred 
and  fifty  persons.  The  Standard  Soap  Company  have  built 
a  large  building  in  the  neighborhood  of  the  water  front  at 
Berkeley,  and  will  greatly  enlarge  their  business. 

The  R.  J.  Kohler  Reduction  and  Refining  Works  have 
been  established  at  Damon's  Landing,  on  the  San  Leandro 
Creek,  at  an  outlay  of  about  one  hundred  thousand  dollars. 


THE    CITY   OF   OAKLAND.  13 

The  Pacific  Jute  Bag  Factory,  located  in  East  Oakland, 
runs  one  hundred  and  fifty  looms,  producing  annually  more 
than  four  millions  of  sacks,  and  employing  five  hundred 
operatives. 

There  are  also  in  the  city  three  large  flouring  mills,  four 
planing  mills,  two  potteries,  and  three  manufactories  of 
artificial  stone.  There  are  also  three  tanneries,  and  a  large 
number  of  small  establishments  for  the  manufacture  of 
different  articles  for  home  use  and  export. 

The  manufacturing  interest  will  be  greatly  benefited  by 
the  harbor  improvements,  which  will  render  the  banks  of 
San  Antonio  Creek  available  for  the  prosecution  of  all 
branches  of  manufacturing. 


The  financial  condition  of  the  city,  as  will  be  seen  by 
reference  to  a  tabular  statement  on  another  page,  is  encour- 
aging to  the  tax-payer.  The  bonded  debt  is  comparatively 
small,  and  could  be  extinguished  in  a  short  period  without 
hardship,  were  such  a  course  desirable. 

The  claims  of  Oakland  to  rank  as  the  educational  center 
of  the  State  are  many,  and  will  scarcely  be  disputed. 
Several  of  the  largest  and  most  important  educational  insti- 
tutions in  the  State,  all  in  a  most  flourishing  condition,  are 
located  here.  The  remarkable  success  which  has  attended 
the  founding  and  building  up  to  a  high  and  efficient  standard 
of  these  several  institutions  is  due  in  a  great  measure  to  the 
adaptability  of  the  location  for  just  such  work.  Central, 
convenient  of  access,  in  close  proximity  to  the  great  centers 
of  wealth  and  population,  with  a  healthful  and  genial 
climate,  and  an  appreciative  and  intelligent  population, 
Oakland  presented  features  which  no  other  city  in  the  State 
could  do,  and  hence  as  the  result  we  see  established  here 
such  institutions  as  in  their  number  and  variety  offer  to  all 
classes  of  the  people,  both  at  home  and  abroad,  abundant 
educational  facilities.    The  public  schools  are  most  liberally 


14  OAKLAND  DIRECTORY. 

sustained  and  admirably  managed.  Reference  to  an  article 
on  the  public  schools  of  Oakland,  on  another  page,  will  be 
found  of  interest.  The  State  University,  yet  in  its  infancy, 
is  rapidly  being  developed,  under  the  charge  of  the  best 
educators  of  the  land,  into  an  institution  that  shall  take 
rank  with  the  most  renowned  of  the  East.  There  the  child 
of  the  poorest  and  humblest  individual  can  secure  the 
highest  education  attainable,  without  charge,  provided  only 
that  his  qualifications  upon  application  are  sufficient ;  and 
no  ambitious  and  intelligent  youth  but  can,  with  our  excel- 
lent system  of  graded  public  schools,  the  highest  of  which 
is  almost  a  college  in  itself,  attain  that  proficiency  which, 
with  a  little  additional  exertion  on  his  own  part,  will  enable 
him  to  pass  muster  at  an  examination  for  admission  to  the 
University.  Here,  too,  we  have  such  sterling  schools  as  the 
Golden  Gate  Academy,  McClure's  Military  Academy,  and 
Mills  Seminary.  For  polite  and  useful  education,  the 
Convent  of  Our  Lady  of  the  Sacred  Heart  offers  unsurpassed 
facilities.  Candidates  for  the  ministry  can  become  initiated 
into  the  mysteries  of  theology  at  the  Pacific  Theological 
Seminary,  an  institution  conducted  by  able,  learned  and 
earnest  divines.  Young  ladies  may  find  at  numerous  good 
select  schools  besides  the  instruction  they  need  ;  and  young 
men  seeking  a  business  education  can  obtain  it  at  several 
well-known  schools,  in  connection  with  or  separate  from 
other  studies.  In  short,  all  the  educational  needs  of  the 
rising  generation  of  the  city,  or  of  those  who  come  among 
us  for  the  advantages  we  have  to  offer,  can  be  thoroughly 
supplied.  These  excellent  facilities  for  the  education  of  the 
young  attract  numerous  families  to  our  midst  to  permanently 
reside  here. 


The  many  natural  advantages  of  the  location,  aided  by  the 
energy  of  a  people  ambitious  to  place  Oakland  foremost 
among  the  cities  of  the  Pacific  Coast,  have  combined  to 
effect  the  wonderful  changes  of  the  past  few  years.  From  a 
mere  hamlet  Oakland  has  grown  to  be  a  city  of  over  thirty-five 


THE   CITY  OF   OAKLAND.  15 

thousand  inhabitants,  and  is  increasing  in  an  accelerated 
ratio.  To  sum  up  the  advantages  she  unquestionably  pos- 
sesses, we  may  claim  that  she  has  at  her  command  a  first- 
class  harbor,  a  superb  site  for  building  purposes,  a  glorious 
climate,  a  central  location,  is  the  key  to  the  railway  system 
of  the  State,  has  the  best  facilities  for  manufacturing,  and 
is  already  the  educational  center.  With  an  intelligent  and 
enterprising  population,  backed  by  all  necessary  capital,  her 
future  will  be  more  brilliant  than  her  past ;  and  whoever 
professes  to  make  a  definite  prediction  as  to  her  coming 
greatness  may  live  to  wonder  at  his  own  moderation  in 
conjecture. 


Population  of  the  City. 

At  the  opening  of  the-  year  1875  the  most  reliable  esti- 
mate placed  the  population  of  the  city  at  about  25,000. 
That  estimate  was  probably  not  far  wrong;  it  may  have  been 
a  little  too  high,  certainly  it  was  not  too*  low.  At  that  time 
there  were  2,500  houses  in  the  limits,  and  about  6,500 
children  were  enrolled  as  under  the  age' of  seventeen.  It 
was  impossible  to  ascertain  then,  as  it  is  now,  the  number 
of  voters.  Men  who  are  entitled  to  vote  do  not  always  reg- 
ister. In  Eastern  cities,  where  a  close  canvass  is  made,  an 
approximation  may  be  had  based  upon  the  number  of  voters 
and  school  children.  Here,  where  the  population  is  fluctu- 
ating, where  men  do  not  have  time  to  register,  and  where 
the  arrival  of  children  is  so  rapid  that  the  school  census 
taker  has  hard  work  to  keep  up,  it  is  quite  probable  that 
any  estimate  based  upon  either  of  those  two  sources  of 
information  might  be  too  low.  Cities  not  half  so  populous 
as  Oakland  poll  many  more  votes,  and  cities  having  far 
larger  population  return  many  less  school  children — there- 
fore, as  an  experienced  statistician,  we  do  not  deem  any  one 


16  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

fact  as  sufficient  to  base  an  intelligent  and  accurate  estimate 
upon.  Should  we  base  it  upon  the  number  of  children  as 
compared  with  San  Francisco,  we  should  give  Oakland  a 
population  of  fully  42,000,  which  would  be  too  large — 
should  we  base  it  upon  the  vote  she  has  cast  latterly  we 
be  altogether  too  low.  But  there  is  one  reliable  fact  to  pin 
our  faith  upon,  and  that  is  the  number  of  names  in  the  reg- 
ister of  this  Directory.  This  number  is  10,260.  Allowing 
3J  inhabitants  to  each  name  so  registered,  there  is  an 
apparent  population  of  35,910.  This  figure  agrees  with  the 
estimated  increase  for  the  past  }*ear  and  a  half.  The  num- 
ber of  houses  in  Oakland  is  3,413.  None  of  them  are 
empty ;  few  contain  less  than  five  inhabitants ;  hundreds 
ten,  and  many  from  twenty  to  fifty  each.  We  have  ob- 
tained this  count  of  the  houses  from  the  actual  work  of  our 
scrupulously  careful  canvassers,  and  do  not  believe  that  ten 
occupants  to  a  house  is  above  the  probable  average.  Cer- 
tain it  is  that  there  is  no  city  of  the  size  on  the  continent 
that  presents  so  crowded  an  appearance  on  its  business 
streets.  It  is  more  than  probable  that  Oakland  will  show 
a  population  of  fifty  thousand  by  July,  1877,  and  a  hundred 
thousand  by  the  Federal  census  of  1880. 


ALAMEDA  COUNTY.  17 


OFFICIAL     DIRECTORY 

.          Of  the  County  of  Alameda. 

Sheriff — Henry  N.  Morse,  elected  for  two  years.     Term 
expires  in  March,  1878. 
Under  Sheriff — J.  Tyrell. 
Deputy  Sheriff — William  S.  Harlow. 
Jailor — Frederick  Bryant. 
Assistant  Jailor — Jesse  Viers. 

County  Clerk  and  Auditor — Charles  G.  Reed,  elected 
for  two  years.    Term  expires  March,  1878. 

Deputies — John  Yule,  Eben  C.  Farley,  D.  W.  Pratt  and 
George  W.  Reed. 

County  Treasurer — Charles  E.  Palmer,  appointed  in  place 
of  Joseph  Becht,  deceased,  whose  term  of  office  would  have 
expired  March,  1878. 

Deputy — P.  R.  Borein.. 

County  Recorder — Thomas  A.  Smith,  elected  for  two 
years.     Term  expires  March,  1878. 

Deputies — A.  S.  Cheminant,  George  D.  Cobb. 

Clerks — W.  L.  Church,  F.  B.  Granger  jr.,  and  H.  J. 
Magill.  , 

Public  Administrator — C.  B.  Rutherford,  elected  for  two 
years.     Term  expires  March,  1878. 

Coroner — William  Helmer,  elected  for  two  years.  Term 
expires  March,  1878. 

District  Attorney — John  R.  Glascock,  elected  for  two 
years.     Term  expires  March,  1878. 

County  Surveyor — Luis  Castro,  elected  for  two  years. 
Term  expires  March,  1878. 

Superintendent  of  Schools — W.  F.  B.  Lynch,  elected 
for  two  years.     Term  expires  March,  1878. 

County  Judge  and  Judge  of  Probate — Stephen  G.  Nye, 
elected  for  four  years.     Term  expires  December  31,   1879. 

Board  of  Supervisors — Regular  meetings  are  held  on  the 
first  Mondays  of  February,  May,  August  and  November. 
Elected  for  two  years.  Term  expires  March,  1878.  O.  H. 
Burnham,  Oakland;  F.  K.  Shattuck,  Oakland;  Peter  Pumyea, 
Oakland;  Isham  Case,  Brooklyn  and  Alameda;  J.  B.  Mar- 


18  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

lin,  Eden;  Howard  Overacker,  Washington;  Valentine  Al- 
viso,  Murray. 

STANDING    COMMITTEES:  i 

Judiciary — Shattuck,  Pumyea  and  Overacker. 
Auditing  and  Finance — Burnham,  Marlin  and  Alviso. 
Boads  and  Bridges — Alviso,  Overacker  and  Marlin. 
Franchise — Pumyea,  Burnham  and  Alviso. 
Hospital — Marlin,  Alviso  and  Shattuck. 
County  Buildings — Shattuck,  Marlin  and  Burnham. 

Boaed  of  Equalization — Consists  of  the  Supervisors  and 
meets  on  the  second  Monday  in  July  annually. 

Assessors  for  Alameda  County — Edwin  Hunt,  Oakland 
township;  E.  Minor  Smith,  Alameda  township;  A.  B.  "Web- 
ster, Brooklyn  township;  Atwill  B.  Hall,  Eden  township; 
Luter  E.  Osgood,  Washington  township;  Newton  Ingram, 
Murray  township.  Elected  for  two  years.  Term  expires 
March,  1878. 


Notaries  Public  for  Alameda  County. 

Appointed. 

Oakland M.  T.  Duisberg January  4,  1876 

George  W.  Edwards August  5,  1874 

William  M.  Gilcrist Sept.     27,  1874 

William  Hoskins Dec.        8,  1875 

George  D.  Metcalf May        2,  1876 

John  H.  Bedstone June        3,  1874 

George  E.  Smith August    7,  1874 

John  W.  Sessions Sept.     20,  1875 

Arthur  D.  Thompson June      28,  1875 

West  Oakland  .William  Bolton June        3,  1874 

Centerville ....  Daniel  H.  Beck May      13,  1876 

Lorenzo  G.  Yates August  25,  1874 

Livermore Aug.  M.  Church Dec.        8,  1875 

M.  P.  H.Love Dec.      14,1875 

Alvarado William  M.  Liston Dec.        7,  1875 

Warm  Springs. Thomas  W.  Millard June        3,  1874 

Hayward Anthony  G.  Oakes . , July        7,  1874 

Pleasanton. . .  .John  B.  Palmer May        5.  1876 

Brooklyn A.  B.  Webster January  7,  1875 

Alameda N.  W.  Palmer March  10,  1876 


ALAMEDA   COUNTY.  19 


Courts. 

District  Court— Third  Judicial  District. — This  Dis- 
trict comprises  Alameda  county  and  the  Fifth  Ward  of 
the  City  of  San  Francisco.  Samuel  Bell  McKee,  Judge. 
Elected  for  six  years.  Term  expires  December  31,  1881. 
Court  is  held  at  Oakland  on  the  third  Mondays  of  February, 
June  and  October,  and  in  San  Francisco  on  the  third  Mon- 
days of  April,  August  and  December. 

County  and  Probate  Court. — Stephen  G.  Nye,  Judge. 
Elected  for  four  years.  Term  expires  December  31,  1879. 
Terms  of  County  Court:  The  first  Mondays  of  January, 
April  and  July,  and  the  third  Mondays  of  September. 

Probate  Court. — Stephen  G.  Nye,  Judge. 

Justice's  Court. — William  M.  Graham.  Elected  for  two 
years.  Term  expires  December  31,  1877.  Court  is  held  on 
Seventh  street  between  Washington  and  Broadway. 

Justice's  Court. — James  Lentell.  Elected  for  two  years. 
Term  expires  December  31,  1877.  Court  is  held  at  the 
northwest  corner  of  Eleventh  and  Franklin  streets. 


Police  Court. — A.  H.  Jayne,  Police  Judge.     Court  is 
held  daily,  except  Sundays,  at  the  City  Hall. 


County  Infirmary. 

Embraces  127  acres,  four  miles  from  San  Leandro.  It  is 
designed  for  the  care  of  the  sick  poor  and  for  the  aged  and 
infirm.  Frederick  Gerstenberg,  Steward  ;  C.  S.  Coleman, 
Physician.  The  number  of  admissions  in  1875  was  222  ; 
188  were  discharged,  and  there  were  19  deaths.  The  num- 
ber of  patients  remaining  on  January  1,  1876,  was  58.  The 
total  current  expenses  for  the  year  were  $14,797  05,  and 
$3,457  08  were  paid  for  improvements.  The  average  daily 
cost  per  patient  was  85  1-3  cents. 


20 


OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


RESOURCES    AND    PRODUCTIONS     OF    ALAMEDA 

COUNTY. 


From  partial  returns  by  the  Assessors,  and  from  other  data, 
we  are  enabled  to  give  the  following  as  a  very  close  approxi- 
mation to  the  actual  figures  for  1875. 


AGRICULTURAL. 


Acres  land  enclosed., 
Acres  land  cultivated, 

Acres  wheat 

Bushels  wheat 1. 

Acres  barley 

Bushels  barley 

Acres  oats 

Bushels  oats 

Acres  rye 

Bushels  rye 

Acres  corn t . . . . 

Bushels  corn 

Acres  peas 

Bushels  peas 

Aores  beans 

Bushels  beans 


142,260 

126,900 

73,042 

525,000 

24,505 

890,000 

1,605 

33,165 

50 

1,200 

1,850 

44,725 

90 

1,365 

350 

10,000 


Acres  potatoes ^1,922 

Tons  potatoes 3,115 

Acres  onions 240 

Bushels  onions 19,510 

Acres  hay 18,640 

Tons  hay 31,392 

Acres  flax 14 

Pounds  flax 11,050 

Acres  hops 29 

Pounds  hops 12,150 

Tons  sugar  beets. . . .  3,000 

Pounds  butter 103,275 

Pounds  wool 630,300 

Number  hives  bees . .  313 

Pounds  honey 3,160 


HORTICULTURAL  AND  VINICULTURAL. 


Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 


apple  trees..  66,500 
peach  trees..  15,318 
pear  trees. . .  26,275 
plum  trees..  28,112 
cherry  trees.  41,000 
nectarine  trs  2,925 
quince  trees.  1,700 
apricot  trees  2,920 
fig  trees. . . .  1,255 
lemon  trees  .        100 


675 

705 

8,160 

1,190 


Number  orange  trees. 
Number  olive  trees . . 
Number  prune  trees.. 
Number  mulberry  trs 
Number  almond  trees  61,318 
Number  E.  walnut  trs  2,905 
Number  grape  vines.. 690, 150 

Gallons  wine 120,000 

Gallons  brandy 3,000 


LIVE   STOCK. 


Number  horses 8,987 

Number  mules 700 

Number  asses 9 

Number  cows 6,930 

Number  calves 3,925 

Number  beef  cattle. .  3,750 


Number  oxen 30 

Number  neat  cattle. .   20,126 

Number  sheep 65,200 

Number   Cashmere 

and  Angora  goats..     1,800 
Number  hogs 3,150 


ALAMEDA  COUNTY.  2i 


MANUFACTURES. 


Number  breweries ....  8 

Gallons  beer....  .....250,000 

Number  grist  mills . .  5 


Run  of  stone 13 

Barrels  flour 30,000 

Bushels  corn  ground.     0,400 


RAIL   ROADS. 

Miles  in  length • .84.57 

Although  the  year  was  in  many  respects  an  unfavorable 
one,  the  aggregate  of  cultivation  and  production  was  much 
larger  than  that  of  any  previous  year.  Throughout  the 
county  large  tracts  of  land  are  being  gradually  subdivided 
in  order  to  better  meet  the  wants  of  great  centers  of  popula- 
tion. The  rapid  growth  of  Oakland  to  her  present  consider- 
able proportions  has  created  a  home  market  of  large  capacity, 
for  all  that  large  list  of  articles  produced  from  the  soil, 
which  enter  so  largely  into  the  economy  of  the  household. 
Hence,  small  farmers,  poultry  and  vegetable  raisers  and 
orchardists  are  multiplying,  and  in  consequence  the  popula- 
tion of  the  county  outside  of  the  city  limits  is  increasing 
almost  as  rapidly  as  the  city  itself. 


THE    MUNICIPAL    GOVERNMENT    OF    THE    CITY 
OF  OAKLAND. 


By  an  Act  passed  at  the  last  session  of  the  Legislature 
the  ward  subdivisions  of  the  city  were  materially  altered. 
Oakland  has  now  seven  wards.  We  give  the  boundaries  as 
established  by  the  new  law. 

First  Ward*—  Comprises  all  that  portion  of  the  city  lying 
west  of  Adeline  street. 

Second  "Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  of  the  city  lying 
north  of  Twentieth  street  and  north  of  Delger  street  and 
east  of  Adeline  street. 

Third  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  of  the  city  lying 
east  of  Adeline  street,  south  of  Twentieth  and  Delger  streets, 
west  of  Broadway  street  and  north  of  Tenth  street. 

Fourth  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  of  the  city 
lying  west  of  Broadway  street,  south  of  Tenth  street  and 
north  of  the  southerly  Charter  line  of  the  City  of  Oakland. 


»22  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

Fifth  Wabd — Comprises  all  that  portion  of  the  city  lying 
east  of  Broadway  street,  south  of  Twentieth  and  Delger 
streets,  north  of  Tenth  street  and  west  of  the  line  which 
divides  Oakland  Township  from  Brooklyn  Township. 

Sixth  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  of  the  city  lying 
east  of  Broadway  street  and  south  of  Tenth  street. 

Seventh  Ward — Comprises  all  that  portion  of  the  city 
lying  in  Brooklyn  Township,  now  known  and  designated  as 
East  Oakland. 

A  general  election  is  ordered  held  on  the  second  Monday 
of  March,  1877,  and  every  two  years  thereafter,  at  which 
all  members  of  the  City  Council  and  School  Board  and 
other  city  officers  are  to  be  elected,  to  serve  for  two  years, 
without  pay.  The  officers  elected  at  the  spring  election  of 
1876  hold  office  until  said  general  election. 

Officers  elected  in  March,  1876. 

Mayor— E.  H.  Pardee. 

Police  Judge — A.  H.  Jayne. 

Treasurer  and  Clerk — H.  Hillebrand. 

Marshal  and  Tax  Collector — Perry  Johnson. 

Assessor — Joseph  M.  Dillon. 

City  Attorney — Henry  Yrooman. 

City  Engineer — Thomas  J.  Arnold. 

Superintendent  of  Public  Schools — F.  M.  Campbell. 

Clerk  of  Police  Court — Henry  Ames  (appointed). 

Clerk  in  City  Marshal's  Office  —  J.  L.  Rector  (ap- 
pointed). 

Deputy  City  Clerk — C.  J.  Robinson  (appointed). 

Chief  Engineer  of  Fire  Department — M.  De  La  Mon- 
tanya. 

City  Wharfinger — William  Harwood  (appointed). 

Pound  Master — George  Taylor  (appointed). 

Deputy  License  Collector — J.  J.  Porter  (appointed). 

The  City  Council. 

James  Dods,  President ;  John  M.  Miner,  W.  A.  Walter, 
J.  W.  F.  Sohst,  U.  Huntington,  J.  B.  Ford,  H.  H.  Watson. 

STANDING   COMMITTEES. 

Ordinance  and  Judiciary — Ford,  Miner  and  Huntington. 
Auditing  and  Finance — Walter,  Sohst  and  Ford. 
Streets  and  Buildings — Miner,  Walter  and  Huntington. 
Fire  and  Water — Sohst,  Huntington  and  Watson. 
Education — Watson,  Ford  and  Sohst. 


MUNICIPAL   GOVERNMENT.  23 


Street  Lights  and  Lamp  Posts — Watson,  Sohst  and  Ford. 
Kemovals    and    Obstructions — Huntington,    Miner    and 
Watson. 

City  Hall  and  Police — Huntington,  Watson  and  Walter. 

Board  of  Education. 

E.  E.  Cole,  President ;  J.  W.  Shanklin,  J.  A.  Folger,  L.  L. 
Alexander,  C.  W.  Kellogg,  A.  W.  Swett,  Benjamin  Akerly. 
F.  M.  Campbell,  Secretary. 

Board  of  Health. 

George  E.  Sherman,  Health  Officer  and  City  Physician  ; 
W.  Bamford,  C.  S.  Kittredge  and  William  Bolton. 

Police  Department. 
Captain  of  Police — D.  H.  Band. 

EEG-ULAE    OFFICERS. 

W.  Aldrich,  stationed  at  City  Hall,  night  watch. 

W.  H.  Summers,  patrol  Seventh  and  Broadway. 

Charles  P.  McKay,  patrol  Seventh  and  Broadway. 

W.  D.  Thomas,  patrol  East  Oakland. 

H.  Nedderman,  patrol  Oakland  Point. 

Edward  J.  Chase,  patrol  Oakland  Point. 
^    John  Barnett,  patrol  Seventh  and  Broadway. 

A.  Wilson,  patrol  Seventh  and  Broadway. 

J.  H.  Tyler,  patrol  East  Oakland. 

Charles  E.  Lufkin,  stationed  at  City  Hall,  day  watch. 

John  A.  Dodge,  patrol  Second  Ward. 

A.  Shorey,  detective  officer. 

George  H.  Carleton,  superintendent  of  Fire  and  Police 
Telegraph. 

REGULAR   SPECIAL    POLICEMEN   ON  BEATS. 

George  F.  Blake— Beat  No.  1.  Bounded  by  Franklin, 
Fourth,  Washington  and  Fourteenth  streets. 

Samuel  H.  Mitchell— Beat  No.  2.  Bounded  by  Four- 
teenth, Lake  Merritt,  Twenty-second  and  San  Pablo  avenue. 

A.  J.  Ross — Beat  No.  3.  Bounded  by  Washington,  South 
Front,  Market  and  Fourteenth  streets. 

J.  M.  Wallace— Beat  No.  4.  Beat  bounded  by  Fifth, 
Fourteenth,  Market  and  Linden  streets. 

P.  E.  Davis — Beat  No.  5.  Beat  bounded  by  Franklin  to 
Fourth,  Fourth  to  Webster,  Webster  to  South  Front,  East 
Front  to  Fourteenth  street. 


24  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

A.  W.  Burrell— Beat  No.  6.  Bounded  by  Fourth,  Wash- 
ington, Webster  and  South  Front  streets. 

Nelson  Fillio — Beat  No.  7.  Bounded  by  Fourteenth,  San 
Pablo  avenue,  Twenty-seventh  and  Market  streets. 

David  Bush — Beat  No.  8.     Oakland  Point. 

SPECIAL  POLICEMEN. 

Officers  in  the  following  list  are  invested  with  authority 
to  act  as  policemen,  but  are  not  subject  to  orders  from  the 
chief,  or  required  to  leave  the  places  at  which  they  are 
stationed. 

George  Taylor,  Pound  Master. 

B.  S.  E.  Williams,  C.  P.  B.  B.  Bepair  Shops. 
Allen  Peel,  Lafayette  School,  Oakland  Point. 
John  Maguire,  Pioneer  Planing  Mill. 

Balph  Balmford,  Lincoln  School. 
Daniel  Morrison,  Oakland  Planing  Mill. 
A.  E.  Dietz,  Dietz  Hall. 
E.  G.  Jones,  High  School. 
Darwin  Degolia,  B.  B.  Bridge,  Alice  street. 
Henry  Theobold,  Twelfth  Street  Bridge. 
John  Brown,  Clinton  Mill,  East  Oakland. 
J.  L.  Boundy,  Webster  Street  Bridge. 
William  Stack,  Zimmerman's  Garden. 

Oakland  Fire  Department. 

The  Fire  Department  of  Oakland  was  in  a  chaotic  state 
until  the  growth  of  the  city  compelled  the  authorities  to 
select  a  competent  man  as  chief  engineer.  It  is  not  neces- 
sary to  follow  the  history  of  the  department  from  its  incep- 
tion to  its  regeneration  and  permanent  establishment. — 
Matthew  De  La  Montanya  was  appointed  chief  engineer  in 
1874,  and  still  occupies  the  position.  The  service  has  been 
brought  to  a  good  state  of  efficiency  ;  a  new  steamer  pur- 
chased, and  the  most  that  could  be  made  of  the  available 
resources  utilized.  During  the  year  there  were  tnirty-seven 
fires,  involving  a  loss  of  $256,220  ;  insurance  upon  the  prop- 
erty destroyed  amounted  to  only  836,300.  The  most  impor- 
tant loss  was  that  of  the  Deaf,  Dumb  and  Blind  Asylum, 
(outside  the  limits)  §200,000,  uninsured. 

A  Fire  Alarm  Telegraph,  with  over  ten  miles  of  wire,  has 
been  recently  constructed,  and  eight  automatic  fire  boxes 
provided,  which  number  will  soon  be  largely  increased.  A 
gong  of  enormous  sounding  power  has  also  been  placed  in 
the  engine  house  of  Phoenix  No.  1  and  of  Felton  No.  2. 


MUNICIPAL   GOVERNMENT.  25 

The  small  loss  by  fire  in  this  city  during  1875  may  be  at- 
tributed to  the  efficiency  of  the  department,  especially  in 
rapidity  of  movement,  thereby  crushing  incipient  conflagra- 
tions. Could  any  one  of  a  dozen  incipient  fires  which  oc- 
curred during  the  year,  have  had  a  few  moments  more  head- 
way, valuable  properties  would  have  been  destroyed,  and 
tracts,  no  telling  how  extensive,  of  our  fair  city  been  laid  in 
ashes.  But  the  tap  of  the  bell  or  the  click  of  the  electrical 
machine  meant  instantaneous  movement — hence  great  disas- 
ters have  been  avoided. 

The  city  is  now  the  owner  of  three  engine  houses  and  four 
lots,  viz  :  A  brick  engine  house  on  the  north  side  of  Sixth 
street,  between  Broadway  and  Washington,  built  in  1875, 
accommodating  the  Felton  and  Hook  and  Ladder  companies; 
a  house  and  lot  on  Fifteenth  near  Washington,  occupied  by 
Phoenix  Company  No.  1;  a  lot,  with  house  newly  completed 
thereon  of  brick  one  story  in  height,  on  Eighth  street,  be- 
tween Willow  and  Campbell,  West  Oakland.  This  building 
accommodates  the  new  steamer;  a  lot  in  East  Oakland,  on 
East  Fourteenth  street,  between  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  av- 
enues. , 

It  is  considered  a  matter  closely  concerning  the  interests 
of  property  owners,  that  a  steamer  be  purchased  as  soon  as 
practicable  to  supply  the  place  of  Brooklyn  No.  3,  and  a 
suitable  building  erected  therefor,  on  the  East  Oakland 
property. 

COMPANIES. 

Phcenix  No.  1. — Located  on  Fourteenth  street  in  the  rear 
of  City  Hall.  Provided  with  a  third-class  Amoskeag  Engine 
drawn  by  two  horses ;  one  hose-cart  drawn  by  one  horse  and 
carrying  650  feet  of  hose.  The  company  is  full  and  num- 
bers nine  men,  as  follows:  C.  Hooley,  foreman  and  extra- 
man;  S.  Ennis,  engineman;  George  Putnam,  stoker;  H. 
Taylor,  hose-cart  driver;  S.  Stevenson,  N.  O'Brien,  M.  J. 
Hallahan,  Edward  Clark  and  William  Ballantyne,  extramen. 

John  B.  Felton,  No.  2 —  Located  on  Sixth,  between 
Broadway  and  Washington.  Is  supplied  with  a  second-class 
Silsby  Engine,  drawn  by  two  horses,  and  one  hose-cart 
drawn  by  one  horse  and  carrying  650  feet  of  hose.  The 
Company  consists  of  nine  men.  E.  Voorhees,  Foreman  and 
Extraman  ;  W.  T.  Miles,  Engineman  ;  C.  Briones,  Stoker  ; 
L.  Hoffman,  Hose  Driver  ;  W.  B.  Dewes,  Extraman  and 
Hose  Inspector;  P.  Howell,  J.  P.  Bennett,  E.  Cady,  P. 
Header,  Extramen. 


26  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

Oakland,  No.  3 — Located  in  new  engine-house  on  Eighth 
street,  near  Wood.  This  new  steamer  went  into  commission 
April  1st,  1876.  It  is  a  second-class  Silsby,  costing  §5,000. 
William  Myles,  Foreman  ;  George  Demorest,  Engineman ; 
William  Ennis,  Driver  ;  I).  Cr onion,  Hose  Driver  ;  J.  E. 
Bacon,  P.  McQuade,  M.  M.  Kelly,  A.  H.  Myers  and  John 
Farrell,  Extramen. 

Brooklyn,  No.  3 — This  is  a  volunteer  company,  with 
apparatus  located  on  East  Twelfth  street,  East  Oakland.  It 
was  organized  in  May,  1869.  It  is  supplied  with  a  hand- 
engine,  of  the  Jeffries  manufacture.  The  company  numbers 
53  men.  It  is  probable  that  this  company  will  soon  become 
a  component  part  of  the  regular  paid  Eire  Department  of 
Oakland,  in  which  case  it  will  have  the  title  of  Brooklyn, 
No.  4.  James  Moffatt,  Foreman  ;  E.  Lawrence,  First  As- 
sistant;  George  Lewis,  Second  Assistant ;  William  Hamil- 
ton, President;  George  Chase,  Secretary;  H.  Turn  Suden, 
Treasurer. 

Belief  Hook  and  Ladder  Co.,  No.  1 — Located  on  Sixth 
street,  between  Broadway  and  Washington.  The  truck  is 
now  drawn  by  two  horses.  The  company  is  composed  of 
eight  men.  J.  O.  Sarpy,  Foreman ;  W.  Ennis,  Driver ; 
J.  G.  Bobinson,  Tillerman  ;  George  Farwell,  P.  Skirrington, 
E.  Campbell,  Charles  Ellis  and  J.  C.  Orr,  Extramen. 

Cisterns  are  located  as  follows  :  On  the  comer  of  Second 
and  Broadway,  Third  and  Broadway,  Fourth  and  Broadway, 
Eighth  and  Broadway,  Thirteenth  and  Broadway.  The  con- 
struction of  two  additional  cisterns — one  at  the  intersection 
of  Eighth  and  Wood  streets,  and  one  in  East  Oakland  near 
Fourteenth  street  and  Twelfth  avenue — is  proposed  and  will 
probably  soon  be  accomplished. 

Eleven  new  hydrants  were  constructed  during  1875,  in 
addition  to  the  fifty-four  previously  in  use.  The  location  of 
the  new  hydrants  is  as  follows  :  Comer  Fourteenth  and 
Harrison  streets  ;  Webster  street,  between  Fifteenth  and 
Sixteenth  streets ;  comer  Franklin  and  Bernie  streets  ;  cor- 
ner Broadway  and  Durant  streets  ;  corner  Jackson  and 
Fourteenth  streets  ;  comer  Tenth  and  Poplar  streets  ;  corner 
Eighth  and  Filbert  streets  ;  corner  Fifth  avenue  and  East 
Fourteenth  streets  ;  Harrison  street,  between  Fifteenth  and 
Sixteenth  streets  ;  comer  Ninth  avenue  and  East  Fourteenth 
streets  ;  corner  Twelfth  and  Webster  streets. 


MUNICIPAL   FINANCES.  ,  27 

The  expenses  of  the  Department  far  the  year  are  thus 
summarized  : 

Salaries  of  officers 31,284  00 

Salaries  of  men 9,137  95 

Feed  for  horses 1,244  85 

Eent 324  00 

Gas 446  00 

Horse  purchased 200  00 

All  other  items 1,112  35 

Total $13,749  15 

The  total  value  of  Department  property,  per  inventory,  is 
$40,075  43. 


MUNICIPAL    FINANCES. 


It  is  a  source  of  gratification  to  be  able  to  publish  the 
fact  that  the  financial  affairs  of  the  city  of  Oakland  are  pru- 
dently and  honestly  managed.  The  rate  of  taxation  is  low, 
and  funds  raised  by  taxes  or  the  sale  of  bonds  are  applied 
strictly  to  the  purposes  designed.  Tax-payers,  therefore, 
enjoy  the  satisfaction  of  receiving  something  tangible  for 
their  contributions.  They  can  see  honestly  constructed 
public  buildings  and  street  improvements,  and  enjoy  the 
oenefits  a  well  governed  and  orderly  community  bestows. 
Following  are  the  receipts  from  all  sources  for  1875  per 
report  of  the  City  Treasurer : 

City  taxes _ ■  •  y $214,627  33 

General  trader's  licenses 31,351  00 

Vehicle  licenses 552  00 

Dog  licenses 1,049  50 

Police  Court 10,084  55 

City  Wharf 6,801  75 

Miscellaneous 5,352  27 


Total   revenue    proper $269,818  40 

Received  from  sale  of  bonds  (sewer) 158,734  37 

Received  school  moneys  from  State  and  county.     51,266  16 

Total  receipts  from  all  sources, $479,818  93 


28 


OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


Following  are  items  of  current  expenditures  for  1875 : 

Police  Department $17,361  68 

Fire  Department 13,617  17 

Repairs  and  sprinkling  streets 6,903  65 

Lighting  streets  and  City  Hall ■ 21,812  17 

Miscellaneous  (salaries  city  officers,  etc.) 24,883  91 

Total $84,578  58 

The  expenses  of  the  public  schools  during  the 

year  were $108,429,27 

An  engine  house  and  hydrants  were  constructed 

at  a  cost  of 14,680  20 

The  construction  of  the  lake  sewer  absorbed  the 
proceeds  of  sale  of  bonds  as  per  above 
statement 158,734  37 

The  city  has  paid  all  accruing  interest  on  bonds  and  holds 
a  handsome  surplus  in  the  treasury. 


Bonded  Debt. 

The  following  table  shows  all  particulars  concerning  the 
bonded  debt  of  the  city : 


Date, 


Amount. 


Pay- 
able. 


Rate 
Int. 


Amount    of 

Interest 
Charged. 


For  what  purposes. 


1858 
1868 
1868 
1870 
1872 
1872 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1875 


$18,400 

50,000 

16,000 

70,000 

50,000 

80,000 

15,000 

100,000 

100,000 

165,000 


1878 
1883 
1883 
1890 
1892 
1903 
1903 
1905 
1905 
1885 


7 

10 
10 
10 


10 


$    128  80 Old  Claims 

5,000  00! Erection  of  city  Hall 
600  00  Carpentier  judgm'nt 

7,000  00J Floating  Debt 

4,000  00  .  .  .School  Buildings 
6,500  00  Municipal  Purposes 
1,500  00! . .  .Dredging  the  Bar 
8,000  00J  Municipal  Purposes 
8,000  00  Refunding  sch.  bond 

13,200  00| Lake  Sewer 


54,828  80 


Total$664,400 

The  item  of  $165,000  bonds  issued  in  1875,  were  for  the 
construction  of  the  Lake  Sewer,  and  is  payable  by  the  pro- 
perty benefited  by  that  improvement,  the  city  only  extend- 
ing its  guarantee. 

The  assessed  value  of  property  within  the  city  limits  for 
1875-6  is  $17,351,549.  That  of  Oakland,  including  the 
Township  outside  the  city  limits,  is  $22,777,602.     Brooklyn 


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Township  is  $4,926,647.  Alameda,  $2,033,325.  Eden,  $3,- 
313,100.  Murray,  $2,916,467.  Washington,  $3,368,411. 
Total  of  Alameda  County,  $395,33,552. 

The  indebtedness  of  the  county  is,  funded,  $247,944; 
floating,  $143,346.  Total,  $391,290.  The  cost  of  the  Court 
House  was  $195,380;  of  the  jail,  $43,800.  Adding  the  value 
of  the  County  Infirmary  and  it  will  be  seen  that  Alameda 
County  has  assets  equal  to  her  indebtedness. 


Streets. 

The  natural  conformation  of  the  surface  of  the  city  obviates 
the  expense  of  heavy  grades,  while  the  abundance  of  rock  in 
closely  neighboring  quarries  has  made  good  solid  highways 
attainable  at  moderate  cost.  The  city  has  generally  ex- 
cellent streets  and  has  a  comprehensive  system  of  sewerage. 
The  completion  of  the  great  main  sewer  has  provided  drain- 
age facilities  for  nearly  the  entire  city,  and  the  figures  given 
below  show  that  the  people  are  enterprising  and  determined 
to  maintain  their  superiority  in  this  respect  as  well  as  others. 
Grading,  curbing,  macadamizing  and  the  laying  of  sidewalks 
has  gone  forward  rapidly  during  the  year. 

We  publish  a  detailed  statement  which  we  have  copied 
from  the  Transcript,  as  best  authority,  of  all  street  improve- 
ments for  the  year.  The  location  of  the  work  done  and  the 
cost  of  each  division  of  this  branch  of  public  improvement 
will  be  of  interest  to  many  persons,  both  at  home  and  abroad. 

GRADING,  CURBING  AND  MACADAMIZING. 

Myrtle  street,  Eighth  to  Fifth $  2,573  38 

Tenth  avenue,  East  Fifteenth  to  East  Sixteenth.  2,924  00 

Tenth  street,  Market  to  Filbert 2,012  31 

Clay  street,  Tenth  to  Twelfth 1,494  64 

Thirteenth  street,  Broadway  to  Market 11,844  15 

Castro  street,  Fourteenth  to  Third 9,238  09 

Fifth  street,  Broadway  to  Webster 2,168  97 

Clay  street,  Seventh  to  First 5,928  01 

Thirteenth  street,  Broadway  to  Fallon 12,542  49 

Sixteenth  street,  from  San  Pablo  avenue  to  a 
point  half  way  between  Jefferson  and  Grove 

streets • 2,956  59 

Sixth  avenue,  East  Ninth  to  East  Eleventh  (re- 
grading  and  macadamizing). : '. .  740  08 

Total $  54,422  71 


30  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


SIDEWALKS. 

Frederick  street,  Telegraph  avenue  to  San  Pablo 

avenue $  304  75 

East    Fourteenth    street,    Fifteenth    avenue  to 

Tenth  avenue 657  60 

Pine  street,  Kailroad  avenue  to  point  50  feet 

south  to  Atlantic  street 346  65 

East  Sixteenth  street,  Fourth  avenue  to  Tenth 

avenue 294  86 

Myrtle  street,  Third  to  Fourteenth 1,309  70 

East  Fifteenth  street,  Twelfth  avenue  to  Thir- 
teenth avenue 93  68 

East  Fourteenth  street,  Sixth  avenue  to  Tenth 

avenue 374  85 

Eailroad  avenue,  Willow  to  Bay  streets — north 

side _ '. 218  37 

Willow  street,  Taylor  street  to  Eailroad  avenue .  487  13 

Eighth  street,  Market  to  Brush , 152  97 

Chase  street,  Wood  to  Willow 153  91 

Eighth  street,  Wood  to  Market 2,208  24 

Campbell  street,  Taylor  to  Bailroad  avenue  ....  460  02 

Willow  street,  Taylor  to  Thirteenth 518  80 

West  Twelfth  street,  Campbell  to  Wood 232  53 

Linden  street,  West  Eighth  to  West  Fourteenth  754  68 

Third  street,  Filbert  to  Adeline 372  36 

Market  street— west  side— Seventh  to  Twelfth. .  496  09 

Division  street,  Wood  to  Pine 234  97 

Bailroad  avenue,  Wood  to  Center 898  40 

Total $  10,570  56 


CULVERTS  AND  CROSSINGS. 

Eighth  street,  Ninth  and  Tenth  avenues  and  East 

Twelfth  street $       721  09 


MACADAMIZING. 

East  Eleventh  street,  Fifth  avenue  to  Eleventh . .  $    5,690  99 

Franklin  street,  Fourteenth  to  Durant 5,072  73 

East  Fifteenth,  Ninth  avenue  to  Twelfth 2,256  95 

Total $  13,020  67 


MUNICIPAL   FINANCES.  31 

« 

LATEEAL  SEWERS. 

Franklin  street,  Twelfth  to  Delger  (2,459  ft). ...  $  3,511  15 
Filbert  street,  First  to  Eailroad avenue  (1,711  ft.)  2,200  12 
Chester  street,  Eailroad  avenue  to  a  point  100  feet 

south  of  First  street  (1,138  ft) 1,527  36 

Fifth  avenue,  from  a  point  150  feet  south  from 

East  Twelfth  street  to  San  Antonio  creek 

(1,292  ft) 2,143  12 

Alice,  Twelfth  to  San  Antonio  creek  (2,999  ft) . .  4,549  07 
Seward  street,  Campbell  street  to  Bay  of  San 

Francisco  (1,783  ft) 2,241  98 

Jones  street,   San  Pablo  to  Telegraph  avenue 

(1,266  ft.) 1,263  60 

Sixth  avenue,  Eighth  street  to  a  point  200  feet 

south  of  south  westerly  line  of  East  Twelfth 

street  (1,224  ft) _ 2,154  25 

Poplar    street,    Twelfth     to    Eailroad    avenue 

(1,642  ft.) 1,251  48 

Total  (13,055  ft.)  $  20,848  15 

Lake  Sewer  (9,924^  ft.) 165,000  00 

Total  (22,979i  ft.) $185,848  15 

GRADING. 

Fifteenth  avenue,  north  line  of  East  Fourteenth 

to  north  line  of  East  Sixteenth  street $     1,894  60 

Seventh  avenue,  East  Eighteenth  to  East  Nine- 
teenth street 357  80 

Fourteenth  street,  Brush  to  Castro,  regrading .  .  253  83 

East  Fifteenth  street,  Eighth  avenue  to  Twelfth 

avenue 758  38 

East  Sixteenth  street,  Fifteenth  avenue  to  Eight- 
eenth avenue 2,580  25 

Sixteenth  avenue,  East  Fifteenth  to  East  Six- 
teenth street 229  41 

First  avenue,  East  Twelfth  to  East  Fourteenth 

street 1,394  48 

Franklin,  Delger  to  Fourteenth  street 2,700  85 

East  Tenth  street,  Second  avenue  to  Ninth  avenue      2,883  28 

East  Fourteenth,  First  to  Fourth  avenue 2,946  45 

Thirteenth  avenue,  East  Sixteenth  to  East  Twen- 
ty-second street 1,948  56 

East  Fifteenth,  Sixth  to  Eighth  avenue 268  23 

Eailroad  avenue,  Wood  to  Center 11,169  04 

Total $  29,385  16 


32  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


GENERAL  SUMMARY. 

Total  cost  of  grading,  curbing  and  macadamizing 

in  1875 $  64,422  71 

Total  cost  of  sidewalks  in  1875 10,570  56 

Total  cost  of  lateral  sewers 20,848  15 

Cost  of  Lake  Sewer 165,000  00 

Total  cost  of  grading 29,385  16 

Culverts  and  crossings 721  09 

Macadamizing  .  . 13,020  67 

Grand  total  for  1875 $293,968  34 

The  cost  of  all  street  improvements  that  have  been  made 
by  public  authority,  up  to  Jan.  1st,  1876,  is  $1,055,902  88. 
The  improvements  that  have  been  made  by  individuals  are 
variously  estimated  at  from  $150,000  to  $200,000,  so  that  the 
grading  and  paving  of  our  streets,  the  construction  of  our 
sidewalks  and  sewers  have  cost  about  one  and  one-quarter 
million  dollars. 

The  total  cost  of  the  sewers  in  the  city  is  $254,036  38; 
their  aggregate  length  is  77,693  feet,  or  fourteen  and  seven- 
tenths  miles. 


REAL   ESTATE. 


Activity  or  depression  in  "the  real  estate  market  of  any  city 
is  a  tolerably  correct  indication  of  the  degree  of  confidence 
with  which  its  future  is  regarded.  General  causes  affecting 
the  whole  State  or  country  may  for  a  time  reduce  the  volume 
of  transactions  even  in  the  most  promising  locality,  but  such 
diminution  of  sales  will  be  relatively  less  than  in  enterprises 
kept  afloat  by  speculation  only,  without  firm  foundation,  or 
lacking  the  natural  advantages  which  are  absolutely  essential 
to  the  building  up  of  a  great  city.  For  the  last  ten  years, 
or  since  the  future  greatness  of  Oakland  has  become  an  ad- 
mitted certainty — since  conjecture  has  given  place  to  estab- 
lished fact — real  estate  has  maintained  an  equable  rate  of 
enhancement  in  values,  and  has  enjoyed  at  all  times  a  satis- 
factory degree  of  activity.  Were  there  a  limit  to  the  prob- 
able number  which  her  population  may  attain;  could  a  bound 
be  set,  beyond  which,  it  might  practically  be  argued,  that 
her  business  could  no  longer  expand,  then  landed  property 
would  in  some  degree  lose  its  firmness,  residence  grounds 
would  be  sought  only  for  purposes  of  retirement,  water  lots 
and  business  locations  would  no  longer  command,  as  now, 


REAL   ESTATE.  33 


the  firm  faith  of  the  most  sagacious  men  of  the  day.  But 
there  are  no  such  limits  or  bounds  ;  hence,  year  after  year, 
real  estate  advances.  It  is  more  and  more  in  demand  for 
commercial  purposes,  while  popularity  is  too  mild  a  word 
to  apply  to  the  favor  in  which  her  suburban  plats  are  held, 
as  the  most  desirable  on  the  coast  for  homes. 

In  the  annexed  summary  we  have  given  the  leading  tran- 
sactions of  every  month  of  the  past  year,  embracing  a  des- 
cription of  the  property  sold  and  the  price  named  in  the 
deed.  Property  in  this  list  is  located  in  Oakland,  unless 
otherwise  stated.  It  is  believed  that  the  publication  of  this 
list  of  sales,  in  such  form,  in  a  work  which  will  be  preserved 
and  consulted  to  the  extent  that  a  reliable  city  directory  is} 
from  year  to  year,  will  be  of  general  interest  and  advantage. 
It  will  be  seen  by  the  tables  that  the  sales  for  1875  were 
much  larger  than  ever  before.  Important  sales  on  the  water 
front  for  commercial  purposes  will  attract  the  attention  both 
of  those  who  believe  and  those  who  doubt  that  Oakland  is 
destined  to  become  the  great  seaport  of  the  Pacific  Coast. 
One  very  noticeable  and  pleasant  feature  of  the  transactions 
is  the  great  proportion  of  purchases  for  immediate  improve- 
ment as  homesteads.  Very  little  speculative  spirit  is  shown 
by  the  figures,  thou  in  a  city  that  has  the  splendid  future 
before  it  that  Oakland  has,  the  owner  must  be  a  very  matter 
of  fact  person  indeed,  who  does  not  lift  the  veil  of  the  coming 
years,  and  modify  his  ideas  somewhat  by  what  he  beholds 
there. 

To  the  Oakland  Eeal  Estate  Circular,  published  by  F.  S. 
Page,  at  1007  Broadway,  we  are  indebted  for  the  valuable 
information  embraced  in  the  summary  of  the  year's  transac- 
tions.   Following  are  the  inost  important  sales  in  each  month : 

January.— Lot  264  by  320,  bounded  north  by  Twenty-first 
street,  east  and  west  by  Chestnut  and  Adeline  ;  also  lot  296 
by  132,  southeastern  corner  Twenty-first  and  Chestnut;  also 
lot  118  by  132,  southwest  corner  Twenty-first  and  Linden, 
$6,000.  Lot  on  western  line  of  Alice  street,  78  feet  north- 
erly from  southern  line  of  Fourteenth  street,  thence  north- 
erly 78  by  150  feet,  $3,750.  Lot  75  by  100  feet,  southeast 
corner  Franklin  and  Seventh,  $4,250.  Lot  on  eastern  line 
of  Myrtle  street,  HOf  feet  northerly  from  Twelfth  street, 
thence  northerly  40  by  125  feet,  $3,750.  Lot  on  eastern  line 
of  Walker  street,  50  feet  northeasterly  from  Jackson,  thence 
northeasterly  50  by  100,  East  Oakland,  $2,000.  Lot  of  one 
acre,  northwest  corner  Linden  and  West  Eleventh,  $12,000. 
Tract  bounded  southeast  by  Bridge  street,   southwest  by 


34  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

Washington,  northwest  and  northeast  by  Lake  Merritt,  East 
Oakland,  $35,200.  Lot  200  by  300  feet,  bounded  by  Jeffer- 
son,  Grove,  First  and  Second,  $15,000.  Lot  on  south  line 
of  Fourth,  75  feet  westerly  from  Broadway,  thence  westerly 
25  by  100,  $1,800.  Lot  100  by  100  on  northwest  corner 
Harrison  and  Fourth,  $3,000.  The  total  number  of  sales  in 
January  was  115;  aggregate  amount  of  sales,  $414,717. 

Febeuaey. — One-half  interest  in  lot  300  by  200,  bounded 
north  by  Twelfth,  south  by  Eleventh,  east  by  Harrison  and 
west  by  Webster,  less  100  by  100  feet,  northeast  corner 
Eleventh  and  Webster,  and  100  by  100  northwest  corner 
Eleventh  and  Harrison;  also  one-half  interest  in  furniture 
and  fixtures  of  Grand  Central  Hotel,  $85,000.  This  pur- 
chase was  made  by  Michael  Reese.  Five-acre  lot  on  road 
from  Oakland  to  San  Leandro,  at  Fruit  Vale,  $25,000.  Lot 
on  south  line  of  Fourth  street,  112|  feet  westerly  from  Alice 
street;  thence  westerly  37£  feet  by  100,  $3,800.  Lot  100  by 
150,  southwest  corner  Durant  and  Franklin,  $5,000.  One 
acre  on  west  line  of  San  Pablo  avenue,  near  Twentieth, 
$30,000.  Lot  50  by  103f,  southeast  corner  Fifteenth  and 
Jefferson,  $1,600.  Lot  on  west  line  Filbert  street,  150  feet 
north  from  Twenty-eighth,  thence  northerly  50  by  125  feet, 
$2,800.  The  number  of  sales  recorded  in  February  was  110, 
representing  $458,200. 

Makch. — Lot  south  line  Kailroad  avenue,  125  feet  east  from 
Campbell,  thence  east  126  feet  to  Peralta  street  by  109  feet 
7  inches;  also  lot  100  by  100  7-12,  on  southeast  corner  Rail- 
road avenue  and  Campbell;  also  lot  75  by  201  1-6  feet, 
bounded  east  by  Campbell,  north  and  south  by  Atlantic  and 
William  streets;  also  lot  72^  by.  120  feet,  northeast  corner 
Railroad  avenue  and  Campbell,  $8,790.  Lot  150  by  100  feet, 
southeast  corner  Oak  and  Seventh  streets,  $4,000.  Tract  on 
west  line  of  Poplar  street,  244J  feet  north  from  West  Tenth 
street,  thence  north  38J  by  115  feet,  $3,600.  Lot  190  by 
135  feet,  southwest  corner  Lincoln  and  Pine,  at  Sheriff's 
sale,  $9,625.  Lot  north  line  Eighth  street,  75  feet  west  from 
Broadway,  thence  west  75  by  100  feet  £31,000.  Lot  114£ 
by  100,  northeast  corner  West  Twelfth  and  Filbert  streets, 
$4,500.  Lot  50  by  75,  northeast  corner  Tenth  and  West 
streets,  $3,200.  Lot  north  line  Eleventh  street,  75  feet  east 
from  Harrison  street,  thence  east  75  by  100  feet,  $7,500. 
Tract  100  by  600  feet,  bounded  east  by  St.  George  street, 
north  and  south  by  Washington  and  King  streets,  $4,500. 
Lot  100  by  80  feet,  corner  Tenth  and  West  streets,  $3,200. 
The  sales  for  March  aggregate  $308,587. 


REAL   ESTATE. 


35 


April. — Lot  west  line  of  Center  street  379  feet  north  from 
Eighth  street,  thence  north  100  by  125  feet;  also  east  line 
Chester  street  429  feet  north  from  Eighth  street,  thence 
north  30  by  125  feet,  $9,600.  Lot  north  line  of  West  Third 
street  54  feet  west  from  Linden  street,  thence  west  104  by 
112  feet;  also  north  line  West  Third  street  77  feet  west  from 
Chestnut  street,  thence  west  150  by  112  feet,  $4,200.  Lot 
103|  by  100  northeast  corner  Fourteenth  and  Grove  streets, 
$4,400.  Lot  100  by  150  feet,  northwest  corner  Thirteenth 
and  Broadway  streets,  $25,000.  Lot  east  line  of  Union 
street  87£  feet  north  from  Eighth  street,  thence  north  120 
by  148  feet,  $5,000.  Lot  east  line  of  Chester  street  272  feet 
south  from  West  Twelfth  street,  thence  south  38J  by  125 
feet,  $2,960.  Lot  west  line  of  Harrison  street  50  feet  north 
from  Fifth  street,  thence  north  50  by  90  feet,  $4,000.  Lots 
in  the  Minturn  Tract,  Alameda,  $15,000.  Lot  11,  Buena 
Vista  Homestead  Tract,  $4,000.  The  number  of  sales  for 
the  month  was  91,  amounting  to  $268,595. 

May. — Lot  on  north  line  of  Seventeenth  street  400  feet 
east  from  Grove  street,  thence  east  70  by  100  feet,  $6,500. 
12 J  acres  tract  on  Cushing  avenue,  San  Leandro,  $8,000. 
Lot  on  east  line  Harrison  street  100  feet  north  from  Thir- 
teenth street,  thence  north  100  by  150  feet,  $9,000.  Lot 
west  line  Alice  street  78  feet  north  from  south  line  of  Four- 
teenth street,  thence  north  78  by  150  feet, '$4,250.  Lot  100 
by  100  feet,  northwest  corner  Tenth  and  Grove  streets, 
$3,650.  Lot  50  by  100  feet,  northeast  corner  Jefferson  and 
Tenth  streets,  $6,200.  Lot  100  by  150  feet,  south  corner 
Madison  and  Benton  streets,  $3,000.  Block  6,  Antisell  Villa 
lots,  Berkeley,  $7,000.  Lot  south  line  Second  street  75  feet 
west  from  Clay  street,  thence  west  75  by  100  feet,  $3,600. 
Lots  33  to  36  in  Block  C,  East  Oakland,  $2,750.  Total 
number  of  sales  for  May,  139;  aggregating  $319,762. 

-  June. — Lot  east  line  Washington  street  100  feet  north 
from  Ninth  street,  thence  north  25  by  75  feet;  also  south 
line  of  Tenth  street  75  feet  east  from  Washington  street, 
thence  east  50  by  100 ;  also  98  acres  near  Lake  Merritt,  plats 
23  to  24,  Oakland,  $32,817.  30  acre  tract,  part  of  plat  23, 
$10,000.  Lot  100  by  150  feet,  south  corner  Madison  and 
Benton  streets,  East  Oakland,  $3,000.  Lot  center  line 
Sycamore  street  950  feet  west  from  Telegraph  avenue,  thence 
west  128  by  216J  feet,  $3,500.  Lot  50  by  100  feet,  north- 
west corner  Tenth  and  Webster  streets,  $8,500.  Lot  100  by 
125  feet,  northwest  corner  Eighth  and  Myrtle  streets,  $5,500. 
Lot  150  by  150  east  corner  Washington  and  Fremont  streets, 


36  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

East  Oakland,  $5,000.  Lot  40  by  110  feet,  southwest  corner 
Brash  and  Eighteenth  streets,  $4,500.  Lot  east  line  Har- 
rison street  25  feet  north  from  Seventh  street,  thence  north 
25  by  75  feet,  $3,000.  Tract  400  by  529  feet,  northwest 
corner  Central  avenue  and  Paru  street,  Alameda,  $10,000. 
Lot  75  by  100  feet,  southeast  corner  Second  and  Jefferson 
streets,  $3,400.  The  number  of  sales  was  200,  amounting  to 
$377,355. 

July  and  August — One-eighth  of  block  189,  corner  Four- 
teenth and  Clay,  $10,000.  Lots  1,  4,  26,  27  and  28,  in  block 
194,  $7,000.  Lots  35,  38,  39  and  40  in  Caledonia  Home- 
stead Tract,  $4,000.  Lot  1  in  Schroder  Tract  on  Broadway, 
$4,300.  Lot  2  in  Schroder  Tract  on  Broadway,  $4,200.  Lot 
3  in  Schroder  Tract  on  Broadway,  $4,200.  Lots  6,  7  and 
10  in  Schroder  Tract  on  Broadway,  $7,285.  Block  543, 
located  on  Filbert  street,  $4,250.  Lots  12,  13  and  part  of 
14  in  block  145,  $5,000.  Lot  87J  feet  on  west  side  of  Mad- 
ison street  by  150  feet  on  north  side  of  Fifteenth  street,  $15,- 
500.  Lots  9  and  10  and  parts  of  5,  6,  7  and  8  in  block  156, 
on  Twelfth  street,  $5,800.  Blocks  516  and  517  at  Oakland 
Point,  $50,000.  The  number  of  sales  for  July  was  176, 
amounting  to  $339,192.  The  number  of  sales  for  August 
was  181,  amounting  to  $482,679. 

September — Lots  1,  2,  3,  4  and  28,  and  westerly  20  feet 
of  lot  27,  in  block  148,  $10,000.  70  by  100  feet,  being  por- 
tion of  lots  5,  6,  7  and  8,  block  146,  $4,450.  Block  21, 
bounded  by  Clay  and  Jefferson,  Second  and  Third  streets, 
$22,000.  Lot  348  feet  on  north  side  of  Merrimac  place  by 
'145,  442  feet  east  of  Telegraph  avenue,  $23,500.  Lots  1  to 
24  in  block  28  and  water  lots  349,  350  and  351  (Clinton) 
I.  Friedlander  to  M.  S.  Latham,  $100,000.  Lots  19  to  25 
in  block  194,  $8,000.  Lots  6  to  19  and  29  to  35,  west  half 
of  17  and  28,  Hobart  Tract,  $23,000.  Total  number  of 
sales  in  September,  123;  value,  $401,209. 

October— Lots  19,  20,  21,  22,  23,  24  and  25  in  block  117, 
$25,000.  Part  of  block  110,  $8,500.  Lot  F  in  City  HaU 
tract,  $8,000.  Lot  10  in  Alice  Park  tract,  $4,000.  Block 
636  and  east  half  of  block  635,  $12,000,  Lots  1,  2,  3,  4,  22, 
23  and  24  in  block  46  (Clinton)  $16,000.  Lot  100  feet  west 
of  "Webster  by  150  feet  and  1182  north  of  Thirteenth  street, 
$8,200.  Lots  5  and  6  block  254,  $10,000.  Lots  17  and  18 
and  part  of  block  54,  $21,000.  Lots  7,  8  and  9  in  block  18, 
$12,200.  The  number  of  sales  in  October  was  130,  amount- 
ing to  $263,901. 


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November — 104  acres  and  a  fraction  on  San  Pablo  avenue 
(Berkeley)  $157,180.  Lot  100  feet  on  west  side  of  Webster 
street  by  100  feet  on  south  side  of  Thirteenth  street,  $7,500. 
Lot  420  feet  on  west  side  Webster  street,  by  365  feet  south 
side  of  Prospect  street,  $25,000.  Lots  3  to  6  in  Hitchcock 
tract  and  other  property,  $25,000.  Lots  21  and  22  in  block 
19,  $6,500.  The  number  of  sales  in  November  was  129, 
amounting  to  $481,005. 

December — Sales  during  the  closing  month  of  the  year 
were  unusually  light,  numbering  only  116,  representing 
$117,720. 

MONTHLY  SUMMARY,  1875. 

January $414,717  00 

February 458,200  00 

March 308,587  00 

April ' 268,595  00 

May 319,762  00 

June 377,355  00 

July 339,192  00 

August 482,679  00 

September ! '.  401,209  00 

October 263,901  00 

November 481,005  00 

December 117,720  00 

Total $4,232,924  00 


Sales  of  Real  Estate  in  the  City  of  Oakland  from  1867  to 
1875,  inclusive: 

1867 $1,685,237  00 

1868 2,700,038  00 

1869 2,518,315  00 

1870 2,294,534  00 

1871 2,074,163  00 

1872 2,459,015  00 

1873 2,439,595  00 

1874 3,042,371  00 

1875 4,232,924  00 

The  sales  for  1875  exceeded  those  for  1874  by  $1,190,553, 
a  gain  of  thirty-nine  per  cent,  in  the  volume  of  transactions. 


38  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


IMPROVEMENTS . 


A  very  general  and  continuous  activity  in  building  has 
prevailed  throughout  Oakland  and  its  suburbs  for  several 
years  past.  Accurate  statistics  place  the  number  of  build- 
ings erected  in  1874  at  1,063.  In  the  absence  of  such  sta- 
tistics for  the  year  1875  we  have  availed  ourselves  of  the 
observations  of  the  Oakland  Transcript  in  general  terms: 
Three  churches  have  been  erected — the  First  Presbyterian 
at  a  contract  price  of  $52,000,  the  First  Methodist  at  a  cost 
of  about  $30,000,  and  a  Methodist  Church  in  West  Oakland. 
In  hotel  accommodations  the  city  has  gained  during  the  year 
the  "  Centennial,"  on  Fourteenth  street  near  the  City  Hall, 
at  a  cost  of  $40,000,  and  the  Central  Pacific,  on  the  corner 
of  Webster  and  Eleventh  streets,  costing  $9,000.  Among 
the  more  prominent  buildings  erected  for  business  purposes 
are  the  Union  Bank  (addition)  $6,000;  Delger's  Block,  $18,- 
000;  C.  P.  K.  E.  passenger  depot,  $7,000;  A.  Geshard's, 
$10,000;  Jacob  Samm's  Flouring  Mill,  with  five  run  of  stone; 
G.  M.  Blair  and  California  Bridge  Company;  a  planing  mill 
40  by  50  feet;  a  stair  factory  50  by  75  feet,  and  P.  S.  Wil- 
cox's warehouse  on  First  street,  with  a  storage  capacity  of 
5,000  tons.  • 

A  goodly  number  of  elegant  and  costly  residences  were 
added  to  the  already  numerous  private  edifices  of  the  city. 
In  nothing  is  the  confidence  of  the  moneyed  men  of  Oakland 
better  illustrated  than  in  their  willingness  to  invest  largely 
in  elegant  homesteads.  The  following  named  citizens  have 
built  houses,  during  the  past  year,  ranging  in  cost  from 
$8,000  to  $40,000  each  :  W.  W.  Cameron,  E.  C.  Sessions, 
J.  E.  Whitcher,  J.  M.  Walker,  J.  B.  Ford,  C.  W.  Howard, 
L.  C.  Perez,  W.  B.  Hardy,  J.  W.  PhiUips,  M.  Vincent  and 
M.  Hoffschneider.  The  Beal  Estate  Associates  and  the 
Central  Land  Company  have  built  many  houses,  which,  sell- 
ing on  the  installment  plan  find  ready  purchasers. 

The  cost  of  buildings  erected  in  1875  is  estimated  at 
$1,750,000  by  the  most  conservative  judges,  while  others 
place  the  figures  at  $2,000,000  or  over.  A  greater  number 
of  cheap  dwellings  sprang  up,  for  the  immediate  use  of  the 
crowd  of  incomers,  than  ever  before.  These  inexpensive 
but  necessary  adjuncts  to  the  growth  of  the  city  swell  the 
number  of  new  structures  largely,  while  augmenting  the 
aggregate  value  comparatively/little.  Altogether,  it  is  esti- 
mated that  about  sixteen  hundred  buildings  of  every  descrip- 
tion were  added  to  the  city  during  1875.  It  is  not  our  pur- 
pose here  to  speak  of  the  temporary  effect  which  the  financial 


EDUCATIONAL.  39 


panic  experienced  in  San  Francisco  in  August  may  have  had 
upon  building  enterprises  in  Oakland.  The  cloud  was  but 
a  transient  one,  and  will  not  change  the  grand  aggregate  of 
the  year's  work  materially. 

The  building  prospect  for  1876  is  flattering.  New  struc- 
tures are  being  daily  commenced,  architects  are  busily 
engaged,  and  the  familiar  sound  of  the  saw  and  hammer 
never  ceases.  The  growth  of  Oakland  and  suburbs  will  be 
greater  during  the  current  year  than  ever  before  in  a  like 
period  of  time. 


EDUCATIONAL. 


The  Public  Schools  of  Oakland. 

In  no  city  of  the  State  are  the  public  schools  more  liber- 
ally sustained  than  in  this,  the  educational  centre  of  Cali- 
fornia. Commodious,  first-class  buildings  have  been  erected, 
and  the  best  of  talent  employed  that  liberal  salaries  can 
secure.  The  pupil  can  fit  himself  for  the  University  in 
these  perfectly  graded  people's  colleges.  As  figures  are 
facts,  we  can  do  no  better  than  present  the  tabular  state- 
ments furnished  by  the  Transcript,  regarding  the  operations 
of  the  School  Department  for  1875  : 

FINANCIAL. 

The  expenditures  of  the  School  Department,  during  the 
year  1875,  were  as  follows  : 

Salaries  of  teachers $  67,620  93 

Salaries  of  clerk,  supt.  and  janitors.       7,053  52 

Light,  water  and  rents 1,770  16 

Furniture 6,096  74 

Books  and  supplies 1,839  23 

Building 13,385  38 

Fuel 1,519  50 

Repairs 2,448  03 

Incidentals 6,695  78 

Total $108,429  27 

•GENERAL   STATISTICS. 

The  following  statistics  are  from  the  official  census,  taken 
in  June,  1875 :  -  v 

Children  under  5  years  of  age 2,482 

Children  between  5  and  17  years  of  age 4,749 

Total  number  under  17  years  of  age 7,231 


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OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


Number  between  5  and  17  who  have  attended  public 

schools  during  the  year 3,225 

Number  between  5  and  17  who  have  attended  private 

schools  during  the  year '. 407 

Number  between  5  and  17  who  have  attended  no  school 

during  the  year 1,117 

Number  found  who  might  be  subject  to  the  operation 

of  the  Compulsory  Education  Law 2 

The  increase  since  last  year  of  children  under  5  years  of 
age  has  been  312,  or  14  4-10  per  cent.  ;  increase  of  those 
between  5  and  17,  882,  or  22  8-15  per  cent. 

The  growth  of  the  schools,  public  and  private,  is  shown 
by  the  table  which  we  copy  below.  It  is  from  the  report  of 
Superintendent  Campbell,  to  whom  we  are  indebted  for 
much  interesting  information  concerning  the  department 
under  his  supervision.  Following  is  a  statement  of  the 
number  of  children  of  school  age,  who  have  attended  public, 
private  and  no  school,  for  the  last  thirteen  years  : 


Public  Schools. 

Private  Schools. 

No  Schools. 

Tear  ending  June  30, 1863 . . . 

.     109 

193 

75 

Year  ending  June  30, 1864 .  . . 

.     138 

276 

90 

Year  ending  June  30, 1865 . . . 

.    227 

288 

112 

Year  ending  June  30, 1866 .  . . 

.    307 

218 

173 

Year  ending  June  30, 1867 .  . . 

.    455 

313 

155 

Year  ending  June  30, 1868 . . . 

.     567 

317 

196 

Year  ending  June  30, 1869 . . . 

.    684 

355 

293 

Year  ending  -Tune  30, 1870 . . . 

.    911 

417 

319 

Year  ending  June  30, 1871 . . . 

.1,132 

338 

312 

Year  ending  June  30, 1872 . . . 

.1,566 

271 

579 

Year  ending  June  30, 1873 .  . . 

.2,118 

343 

541 

Year  ending  June  30, 1874 .  . . 

.2,699 

400 

873 

Year  ending  June  30, 1875 .  . . 

.3,225 

407 

1,117 

There  are  ten  school  buildings,  sixty -three  classes,  and 
sixty-five  teachers. 

The  total  number  enrolled,  for  each  month  in  the  year, 
was  as  follows  : 


January 2,931 

February 2,914 

March ' 2,985 

April v2,965 

May 2,838 

July 3,443 

The  value  of  the  property  owned  by  the  department  is 
thus  given  by  the  Superintendent:  land  $122,700;  buildings 


August 3,442 

September 3,433 

October 3,451 

November 3,463 

December 3,286 


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$115,000;  furniture  $16,000;  total  $253,700.  The  amount 
of  debt  incurred  by  the  city  in  the  pivrchase  of  real  estate 
and  in  the  erection  of  school  houses  is  $162,000.  Secretary 
Campbell  reports  the  following  as  correct  estimates  of  the 
value  of  the  several  properties  owned  by  the  School  Depart- 
ment: 

High  School $39,500  00 

Lafayette •.'.  47,000  00 

Cosmopolitan 2,500  00 

Prescott 19,000  00 

Grove  street 12,750  00 

Lincoln 39,000  00 

Harrison 2,250  00 

Franklin 33,500  00 

Swett .- 13,500  00 

Durant 26,500  00 

Vacant  Lots 15,000  00 

Total $250,500  00 

A  new  school  building  has  been  recently  completed.  It 
is  located  on  the  corner  of  Seward  and  Campbell  streets. 
The  building  contains  four  rooms  and  will  accommodate  250 
pupils.  It  is  called  the  "New  Prescott."  The  cost  of 
building  and  lot  is  $9,000.  This  addition  to  the  school  fa- 
cilities of  that  section  was  imperatively  needed. 

High  School. —  Corner  of  West  Twelfth  and  Market 
streets.  J.  B.  McChesney,  Principal.  C.  B.  Bradley,  Vice- 
Principal.     Emma  Temple  and  S.  N.  Jewett,  Assistants. 

Cosmopolitan  School. — Corner  of  Eleventh  and  Grove 
streets.  P.  A.  Garin,  Principal  and  Teacher  of  French.  H. 
P.  Stearns  and  Cloelia  Lewis,  Assistants. 

Irving  Gkammar  School. — Corner  of  Market  and  West 
Twelfth  streets,  in  High  School  building.  J.  B.  McChesney, 
Principal.  J.  Walbridge,  Georgia  Persing,  Mattie  Call, 
Georgia  Smith,  Mrs.  Shorkley,  Sara  Boniface  and  Mrs.  C. 
B.  Bradley,  Assistants. 

Lincoln  Grammar  School. — Corner  of  Tenth  and  Alice 
streets.  A.  F.  Craven,  Principal.  N.  A.  Craven,  M.  L. 
Hoyt,  Elizabeth  Craig,  S.  H.  Wilson,  J.  B.  Kent,  Minnie  T. 
Kimball  and  Annie  P.  Meek,  Assistants. 

Lafayette  Primary  School. — Corner  of  Twelfth  and  Jef- 
ferson streets.     A.  F.  Aldrich,  Principal.     K.  A.  Campbell, 


42  OAKLAND  DIRECTORY. 

Mary  Alexander,  E.  P.  Rann,  Ella  Myrick,  E.  W.  Anderson, 
M.  S.  P.  Eobinson  and  M.  E.  Pelham,  Assistants. 

New  Feanklin  Geammae  School. — Tenth  avenue,  between 
East  Fifteenth  and  East  Sixteenth  streets.  J.  H.  Sumner, 
Principal.  E.  R.  ITucker,  L.  E.  Bentley,  L.  E.  White,  L. 
D.  Watson,  L.  Kinkade,  C.  M.  Ellis,  E.  S.  Elliot,  M.  S. 
Kimball,  F.  C.  Sutherland  and  H.  A.  Buel,  Assistants. 

Durant  School.  —  Corner  Grove  and  Twenty-eighth 
streets.  H.  P.  Carlton,  Principal.  H.  P.  Sexton,  MaryL. 
Dame,  Kate  Elliott,  Octavia  Wetmore,  Amelia  Clow,  Mrs. 
Tarbox  and  Helen  Blakeslee,  Assistants. 

Geove  Steeet  Peimaey  School. — Grove,  between  Fourth 
and  Fifth  streets.  N.  D.  Standiford,  Principal.  Clara 
Hawley,  Jennie  Nesbitt  and  M.  O.  Neil,  Assistants. 

Haeeison  Steeet  Peimaei*  School. — Corner  Sixth  and 
Harrison  streets.  Ada  Hamilton,  Principal.  S.  G.  Towle 
and  Mary  Bradford,  Assistants. 

Peescott  Geammae  School. — Corner  Campbell  and  Tay- 
lor streets.  James  Stratton,  Principal.  R.  R.  Johnston, 
Clara  Germain,  S.  J.  Wythe,  Julia  Sherman,  Sallie  Germain, 
Mrs.  Winchester,  E.  A.  Stevens,  M.  V.  Kingman,  Louisa 
Allen,  Assistants. 

Special  Teachees. — Professor  T.  Sohlke,  Teacher  of  Ger- 
man ;  Mrs.  A.  W.  Brodt,  principal  Teacher  .of  Drawing  ; 
Miss  Lizzie  Mann,  assistant  Teacher  of  Drawing;  George  S. 
Needham,  principal  Teacher  of  Music;  Miss  E.  P.  Brown, 
assistant  Teacher  of  Music. 


The  University  of  California. 

The  University  of  California  is  located  at  Berkeley,  the 
most  northerly  suburb  of  Oakland,  situated  about  four  and 
one-half  miles  from  the  city,  and  is  reached  by  a  horse  rail- 
way from  Oakland,  and  by  ferry  from  San  Francisco.  That 
the  site  was  well  chosen  may  be  seen  by  the  following 
from  the  (manuscript)  report  of  Professor  Soule. 

"The  diversified  character  of  the  surface  brings  into 
use  all  the  principles  of  surveying  and  topography.  It 
is  in  area  200  acres,  is  watered  by  numerous  springs  in 
the  hills.  With  the  spring  water  and  ^surface  water 
saved,  the  grounds  can  be  thoroughly  irrigated  through- 
out the.  year,  and  made  to  blossom  as  the  rose.  The  lower 
portion  of  the  grounds  is  flat  and  moist  throughout  the  year, 


EDUCATIONAL.  43 


and  will  nourish  such  trees,  flowers  and  shrubs  as  require 
such  soil.  Then  there  is  a  higher  plateau,  upon  which  the 
various  buildings  have  been  or  are  to  be  located,  forming 
the  campus  proper.  Beyond,  toward  the  Monte  Diablo 
Eange,  the  ground  rises  into  hills,  the  highest  of  which  is 
884  feet  above  tide  water,  and  584  feet  above  the  base  of  the 
south  college.  The  average  height  of  the  tract  is  400  feet 
above  tide  water.  The  hilly  portion  could  be  well  utilized 
for  forestry.  The  University  is  supplied  with  water  from  a 
reservoir  of  38,Q00  gallons  capacity,  situated  at  the  foot  of 
Strawberry  Canon,  and  at  an  elevation  of  205  feet  above  the 
basement  of  the  south  college.  It  will  carry  water  entirely 
over  any  building  contemplated.  Strawberry  Creek  is  for  a 
large  portion  of  the  year  a  beautifully  clear  stream  ;  during 
the  winter  it  discharges  an  enormous  quantity  of  water,  and 
runs  between  steep  banks  ten  to  fifteen  feet  in  depth,  and 
with  a  span  of  from  30  to  100  feet.  Along  it  are  found  many 
shady,  quiet  nooks,  gracious  to  the  scholar,  philosopher  and 
naturalist.  The  soil  of  the  lower  portion  of  the  site  is  a  deep 
rich  adobe,  capable  of  being  wrought  into  a  soil  of  great 
productiveness  ;  on  the  plateau  it  is  a  lighter  kind  ;  on  the 
hills  there  is  a  thin  soil  of  decomposed  shale  rock,  etc.  It 
would  be  difficult  to  find  within  so  small  an  area  as  the  Uni- 
versity site  a  spot  with  so  many  varieties  and  capabilities  in 
the  way  of  soils,  irrigation  and  exposure."  The  view,  too, 
is  magnificent.  Facing  the  Golden  Gate,  the  eye  takes  in 
the  whole  peninsula  at  a  sweep,  with  its  great  mart  of  com- 
merce, its  shipping,  and  the  bold  yet  lovely  islands  that  deck 
the  bay,  while  to  the  eastward  the  towering  hills  afford  a  fine 
background  of  relief  to  the  eye,  as  it  turns  from  the  extended 
plain  below. 

The  Constitution  of  the  State  requires  the  legislature  to 
provide  for  the  maintenance  of  a  university,  and  in  March, 
1868,  a  law  was  passed,  creating  and  organizing  the  Univer- 
sity of  California.  The  State  appropriated  $200,000  from 
the  sale  of  tide  lands,  as  part  of  the  Endowment  Fund.  A 
"Seminary  and  Public  Building  Fund,"  amounting  to 
$100,000,  existed,  which  was  made  another  part  of  the  en- 
dowment, while  the  old  College  of  California,  which  had 
been  in  existence  since  1855,  and  had  accumulated  a  large 
property,  transferred  it  entire  to  the  University ;  this  latter 
property  was  valued  at  $120,000.  Congress  had  already 
made  a  donation  of  150,000  acres  of  land  for  the  estab- 
lishment of  an  Agricultural  College  in  California.  _  Noth- 
ing could  be  more  pertinent  or  proper  than  making  the 
Agricultural  College  a  part  and  portion  of  the  University, 


44  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

and  it  was  clone.  This  combination  of  circumstances  gives 
the  University  a  very  handsome  Endowment  Fund,  which 
will  be  largely  increased  from  the  advance  in  real  estate  held 
by  it  under  the  grants.  Two  large  and  commodious  build- 
ings were  occupied,  though  not  fully  completed,  at  the 
commencement  of  the  college  year,  in  September,  1873. 

The  south  hall  is  of  brick,  one  hundred  and  fifty-two  feet 
in  length,  average  width  fifty-six  feet,  and  four  stories  in 
height.  It  contains  thirty-four  rooms,  six  of  which  are 
thirty-two  by  forty. eight  feet  in  size. 

The  north  hall  is  built  of  wood,  is  one  hundred  and  sixty- 
six  feet  in  length,  average  width  sixty  feet  and  four  stories 
in  height.  It  is  divided  into  twenty-eight  rooms.  The  as- 
sembly room  is  forty-three  by  fifty-eight  feet,  and  the  phil- 
osophical lecture  room  thirty-six  by  fifty-eight  feet.  The 
cost  was  $357,000. 

The  institution  embraces  seven  c)istinct  Colleges  as  fol- 
lows :  Scientific,  Agriculture,  Mechanics,  Engineering,  Chem- 
istry, Mining  and  Medicine. 

In  the  College  of  Letters  the  Degree  conferred  is  that  of 
A.B.;  in  the  College  of  Science,  Bachelor  of  Philosophy, 
and  in  the  College  of  Medicine,  M.D. 

College  of  Agricultuee. — Instruction  is  given  by  exper- 
imental and  illustrated  lectures,  recitations,  essays  and  class 
discussions,  and  in  the  practical  illustration  of  principles 
upon  the  University  grounds. 

College  of  Mechanics. — This  college  educates  mechani- 
cal engineers  and  machinists.  Advanced  classes  are  in- 
structed in  civil  engineering  to  the  extent  'necessary  for  the 
purposes  of  this  college,  including  Mathematics,  Physics 
and  Theoretical  Mechanics.  Special  attention  is  given  to 
Industrial  Drawing,  with  view  to  thorough  education  in  the 
principles  of  construction  of  machinery. 

College  of  Mining. — In  this  college  are  given  courses  of 
lectures  on  Chemistry,  Metallurgy,  Geology,  Minerology  and 
Engineering.  The  laboratories  are  ample  to  conduct  the 
most  refined  investigation. 

College  of  Engineering. — The  object  of  this  college  is 
to  give  thorough  instruction, in  those  studies  which  pertain 
to  the  profession  of  a  civil  engineer.  In  the  advanced  years 
instruction  is  also  given  }n  Physics,  Geology,  Zoology  in  lit- 
erary branches,  including  Modern  Languages,  History  and 
Political  Economy. 


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College  of  Letters. — The  College  of  Letters  maintains 
two  courses,  the  Classical  and  the  Literary.  The  former  is 
identical  with  the  general  course  of  studies  in  the  great  col- 
leges of  the  Eastern  States  and  England.  The  latter  affords 
a  most  complete  and  thorough  training  in  its  special  studies. 

College  of  Medicine* — Is  held  at  Toland  Hall,  in  San 
Francisco,  and  affords  ample  opportunities  for  acquiring  the 
highest  degree  of  excellence  in  the  theories  of  the  profes- 
sion. 

Applicants  for  admission  should  be  at  least  sixteen  years 
of  age,  and  bring  satisfactory  testimonials.  Young  ladies 
as  well  as  young  men  are  received  as  students.  There  is  no 
charge' whatever  for  tuition. 

The  number  of  students  now  attending  the  University  is 
reported  in  the  annual  catalogue  as  follows:  Seniors  34, 
Juniors  27,  Sophomores  56,  Freshman  155. 

KEGENTS. 

EX-OFFICIO  EEGENTS. 

His  Excellency  William  Irwin,  Sacramento,  Governor,  ex- 
ofncio  President  of  the  Board.  . 

His  Honor  J.  A.  Johnson,  San  Quentin,  Lieutenant  Gov- 
ernor. 

Hon.  G.  J.  Carpenter,  Placerville,  Speaker  of  the  As- 
sembly. 

Hon.  Ezra  S.  Carr,  Sacramento,  State  Superintendent  of 
Public  Instruction. 

E.  S.  Carey,  Esq.,  Sacramento,  President  of  State  Agri- 
cultural Society. 

A.  S.  Hallidie,  Esq.,  San  Francisco,  President  of  the  Me- 
chanics Institute  of  San  Francisco. 

John  Le  Conte,  Berkeley,  Acting  President  of  the  Uni- 
versity. 

APPOINTED   KEGENTS. 

Eev.  H.  Stebbins,  D.  D.,  San  Francisco. 
Hon.  Lawrence  Archer,  San  Jose. 
J.  West  Martin,  Esq.,  Oakland. 
Hon.  Samuel  B.  McKee,  Oakland. 
Hon.  John  F.  Swift,  San  Francisco. 
Joseph  Winans,  Esq.,  San  Francisco. 
J.  Mora  Moss,  Esq.,  Oakland. 
J.  M.  Hamilton,  Esq.,  Guenoc. 
D.  O.  Mills,  Esq.,  Millbrae. 
William  Meek,  Esq.,  San  Leandro. 


46  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

Hon.  Frank  M.  Pixley,  San  Francisco. 
Hon.  William  T.  Wallace,  San  Francisco. 
Hon.  Eugene  Casserly,  San  Francisco. 

HONORARY  REGENTS* 

Hon.  John  S.  Hager,  San  Francisco. 
A.  J.  Bowie,  Esq.,  San  Francisco. 
Hon.  John  B.  Felton,  Oakland. 

EXECUTIVE  OFFICERS. 

Acting  President  of  the  University — John  Le  Conte.  Ad- 
dress, Oakland;  office,  Berkeley. 

Advisory  Committee — .Regents  Hager,  Martin,  Moss  and 
Stebbins. 

Treasurer — D.  O.  Mills. 

Dean  of  the  Academic  Senate — Martin  Kellogg. 

Chief  of  Military  Instruction — W.  T.  Welcker. 

Secretary  and  Superintendent  of  the  Grounds. — Robert 
E.  C.  Stearns.     Address,  Oakland;  office,  Berkeley. 

Assistant  Secretary — J.  Ham  Harris. 

Land  Department  of  the  University — Office,  728  Mont- 
gomery street;  P.  O.  Box,  2040,  San  Francisco. 

ACADEMIC  SENATE. 

John  Le  Conte,  M.  D.,  Acting  President,  and  Professor 
of  Physics  and  Mechanics. 

William  Ashburner,  Professor  of  Mining. 

George  W.  Bunnell,  A.  M.,  Professor  of  the  Greek  Lan- 
guage and  Literature. 

George  Davidson,  A.  M.,  non-resident  Professor  of  Geodesy 
and  Astronomy. 

Stephen  J.  Field,  LL.  D.,  non-resident  Professor  of  Law. 

Frederick  G.  Hesse,  Professor  of  Industrial  Mechanics. 

Eugene  W.  Hilgard,  Ph.  D.,  Professor  of  Agriculture  and 
Agricultural  Chemistry. 

Martin  Kellogg,  A.  M.,  Dean  and  Professor  of  Ancient 
Languages. 

Joseph  Le  Conte,  M.  D.,  Professor  of  Geology  and  Natural 
History. 

Bernard  Moses,  Ph.  D.,  Professor  of  History. 

Paul  Pioda,  Professor  of  Modern  Languages. 

Willard  B.- Rising,  Ph.  D.,  Professor  of  Chemistry  and 
Metallurgy. 

*The  term  "Honorary,"  applied  to  these  Regents,  indicates  only  the 
mode  of  their  election,  which  was  made  by  the  Ex-Officio  and  Appointed 
Regents.     Every  Regent  is  a  full  member  of  the  Board. 


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Edward  E.  Sill,  A.  M.,  Professor  of  the  English  Language 
and  Literature. 

Frank  Soule,  Jr.  (IT.  S.  Military  Academy),  Professor  of 
Civil  Engineering  and  Astronomy. 

William  T.  TVelcker  (U.  S.  Military  Academy),  Professor 
of  Mathematics. 

W.  A.  Barbour,  A.  B.,  Instructor  in  Chemistry. 

George  F.  Becker,  A.  B.,  Ph.  D.,  Lecturer  on  Metallurgy. 

Samuel  B.  Christy,  Ph.  B.,  Instructor  in  Chemistry. 

George  C.  Edwards,  Ph.  B.,  Instructor  in  Mathematics 
and  Commandant  of  Cadets. 

Carlos  F.  Gompertz,  Instructor  in  Spanish. 

Leander  L.  Hawkins,  Ph.  B.,  Instructor  in  Mathematics 
and  Surveying. 

John  D.  Hoffmann,  Instructor  in  Mechanical  and  other 
branches  of  Instrumental  Drawing. 

Henry  B.  Jones,  Assistant  Instructor  in  German. 

G.  de  Kersaint-Gily,  Instructor  in  French. 

Robert  E.  Ogilby,  Instructor  in  Free-hand  Drawing. 

Edward  A.  Parker,  Ph.  B.,  Instructor  in  Physics  and 
Mechanics. 

James  M.  Phillips,  A.  B.,  Instructor  in  Hebrew  and  An- 
cient History. 

Albin  Putzker,  Instructor  in  German. 

Ambrose  C.  Richardson,  A.  B.,  Instructor  in  Latin  and 
Greek. 

Joseph  C.  Bowell,  A.  P.,  Librarian. 

E.  H.  Sears,  A.  B.,  Instructor  in  Latin  and  Greek. 

F.  Slate,  Jr.,  S.  B.,  Instructor  in  Chemistry. 

Robert  E.  C.  Stearns,  Secretary  and  Superintendent  of 
the  Grounds. 

J.  Ham  Harris,  Assistant  Secretary. 

John  Ellis,  Gardener. 

Abel  Whitton,  Manager  University  Press. 

GRADUATE  ASSISTANTS. 

John  W.  Bice,  Ph.  B.,  College  of  Engineering. 
Isaac  T.  Hinton,  Ph.  B.,  Mathematics. 
Vm.  Carey  Jones,  A.  B.,  Recorder  of  Faculty. 
Franklin  P.  McLean,  Ph.  G.,  Chemistiy. 
Frank  S.  Sutton,  Ph.  B.,  College  of  Agriculture. 


STUDENT  ASSISTANTS. 

Charles  Butters,  Telegraphic  Operator. 

Frederick  L.  Button,  Mathematics. 

J.  B.  Clarke,  Mathematics. 

X.  Y.  Clark,  Natural  History  and  Geology. 


48  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


JANITORS. 

John  Scannell  and  Cornelius  Quick,  North  Hall. 
John  Hart  and  Peter  McEvoy,  South  Hall. 

Golden  Gate  Academy. 

J.  N.  Harkins  and  A.  E.  Kellogg,  Principals.  Located 
on  Academy  Hill,  near  Telegraph  avenue.  Students  of  both 
sexes  received,  either  as  boarders  or  day  scholars. 

ACADEMY  DEPARTMENT. 

In  the  management  of  this  department  three  objects  are 
made  prominent.  First,  to  provide  for  the  young  men  and 
women  of  this  Coast  sure  advantages  for  obtaining  such 
fitness  for  college  and  university  as  to  prepare  them  to 
realize  the  highest  results  from  their  after  study.  In  the 
academic,  classical  and  English  courses,  the  student  will 
find  such  studies  as  are  necessary  to  a  thorough  preparation 
for  university  courses.  Any  who  have  a  partial  preparation, 
whose  studies  have  been  interrupted,  will  usually  find  here 
classes  which  they  can  enter  without  loss  of  time.  By  far 
the  larger  class  of  students  do  not  expect  to  pursue  a  col- 
legiate course,  yet  desire  an  English  education  more  or  less 
complete.  These  will  find  in  the  English  course  a  complete 
curriculum  of  English  study,  special  attention  being  paid  to 
English  composition,  grammar,  language-lessons,  and  other 
studies  bearing  upon  our  much  neglected  mother  tongue. 

A  system  of  daily  marking  is  observed  in  all  departments 
of  the  school,  and  a  weekly  report  of  the  scholarship  and 
deportment  of  each  pupil  is  made  out  and  read  before  the 
assembled  school  every  Tuesday  morning.  Each  separate 
report  is  transferred  to  postal  card  and  sent  to  the  parent 
or  guardian  interested,  so  that  week  by  week  he  is  kept 
informed  of  the  progress  of  those  whom  he  has  in  the 
school. 

PREPARATORY  DEPARTMENT. 

This  department  has  two  divisions — a  grammar  room  and 
a  primary,  The  grades  correspond  very  nearly  to  those  in 
the  public  schools;  however,  examinations  for  promotion 
are  held  quarterly,  so  that  those  capable  of  rapid  advance- 
ment are  not  necessarily  detained  a  whole  year  in  one  grade. 

The  building  occupied  by  this  department  was  built  with 
special  reference  to  its  accommodation,  and  is  a  model  of 
convenience  in  every  respect.  There  are  some  thirty  rooms, 
large  and  well  ventilated,  furnished  with  single  beds,  and  as 


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49 


the  building  faces  east  and  west,  they  are  open  to  the  morn- 
ing or  afternoon  sun.  * 

Many  of  the  boys  who  have  been  for  some  time  in  the 
Institution,  have  carpeted  their  rooms  and  adorned  the  walls 
with  pictures,  making  for  themselves  perfect  little  homes,  in 
which  they  take  great  pride. 

The  matron  resides  in  the  building,  and  gives  her  entire 
time  and  attention  to  superintending  the  home  life.  The 
rooms  are  carefully  inspected  each  day ;  the  clothing  attended 
to,  and  in  her  the  boys  find  a  sympathizing  friend.  Some 
four  acres  are  set  apart  as  a  playground  for  this  department. 
Thus,  while  giving  ample  room  for  out-door  sports  and 
exercise,  they  are  separated  from  the  boys  of  the  Academy 
Department. 

COMMERCIAL  DEPARTMENT. 

In  this  department  it  is  designed  to"  afford  young  men  a 
thorough  practical  preparation  for  business;  something  that 
shall  serve  them  in  the  same  stead  as  though  they  had 
acquired  their  experience  in  the  office  of  the  most  rigid  and 
exacting  business  man.  The  Business  Course  of  instruction 
embraces  three  departments :  Theoretical,  Junior  or  Actual 
Business,  and  Senior  or  Banking  and  Office  Department. 

THEORETICAL  DEPARTMENT. 

In  this  department  the  student  is  made  acquainted  with 
the  whole  theory  of  general  business,  including  correspond- 
ence, bookkeeping  in  all  its  branches,  the  forms  and  uses 
of  commercial  paper,  such  as  drafts,  notes,  bills  of  exchange, 
powers  of  attorney,  deeds,  bonds,  etc. 

JUNIOR  OR  ACTUAL  BUSINESS  DEPARTMENT. 

Here  the  student  is  assigned  his  office  desk,  and  furnished 
with  a  capital,  consisting  of  cash,  real  estate  and  stocks, 
corresponding  to  the  business  in  which  he  is  first  to  engage. 
Here  the  student  is  taught  the  application  of  the  principles 
learned  in  the  preceding  department,  and  it  is  designed  not 
only  to  afford  him  veritable  experience  in  the  practical  man- 
agement of  a  set  of  books,  but  also  in  all  details  of  business 
as  occurring  in  the  daily  experience  of  merchants,  bankers, 
brokers,  etc  Everything  is  conducted  here  on  a  real  money, 
merchandise  and  business  paper  basis.  It  is  regulated  by 
a  standard  chronicle  of  trade  and  prices  current,  which  is 
daily  revised  and  corrected  by  the  city  market.  Some  sixty 
thousand  dollars  in  commercial  currency  have  been  issued, 
and  are  in  circulation  in  this  department. 


50  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


SENIOR   OR  BANKING  AND   OFFICE  DEPARTMENT. 

In  this  department  are  the  Railroad,  Steamboat,  Express, 
Real  Estate  and  Insurance  offices,  the  First  National  Bank, 
and  the  Golden  Gate  Commercial  College  Bank.  This  bank 
is  conducted  in  every  respect  the  same  as  our  city  banks, 
there  being  no  difference  in  regard  to  the  mamier  of  doing 
business,  or  in  keeping  the  accounts. 


PENMANSHIP. 

A  special  department  of  penmanship  in  connection  with 
the  commercial  department  affords  unequalled  facilities  for 
imparting  a  knowledge  of  the  art.  The  special  course  of 
penmanship  embraces  business  and  epistolary  writing,  fancy 
lettering,  pen-drawing,  and  India-ink  shading,  or  if  the 
student  prefers,  he  can  spend  the  whole  of  the  prescribed 
time,  six  months,  in  the  acquirements  and  practice  of  an 
elegant  and  rapid  business  and  epistolary  hand. 

TELEGRAPHY. 

There  are  altogether  three  offices  in  the  various  buildings 
of  the  Institution,  one  connected  with  the  Western  Union 
Telegraph  Co.,  others  in  connection  with  a  private  line. 
The  offices  are  in  charge  of  a  skillful  sound  operator. 

INSTRUCTORS.  . 

J.  N.  Haskins,  Latin  and  Rhetoric. 

A.  E.  Kellogg,  Greek,  History  and  English  Composition. 

H.  L.  Henderson,  Mathematics  and  Science. 

W.  R.  Barbour,  Lecturer  on  Chemistry. 

Madame  Martinez,  Modern  Language. 

Lucie  A.  Hale,  Music. 

L.  K.  Mihills,  Landscape  Sketching,  etc. 

W.  V.  Marsh,  Penmanship. 

COMMERCIAL  DEPARTMENT. 

L.  K.  Mihills,  Principal. 

W.  V.  Marsh,  Assistant  and  Instructor  in  Telegraphy. 

PREPARATORY  DEPARTMENT. 

G.  C.  Hall,  Principal. 

Mrs.  Mary  Ward  Hall,  Assistant. 


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Mills    Seminary. 

This  is  a  large  and  admirably  conducted^institution  devoted 
to  the  culture  and  education  of  young  ladies.  It  is  delight- 
fully situated  at  Fruit  Vale,  at  the  foot  of  the  San  Pablo 
range  of  hills,  in  the  midst  of  charming  and  romantic 
scenery.  The  location  is  all  that  could  be  desired,  in  all 
that  concerns  health  and  beauty.  It  is  sheltered  from  the 
fierce  westerly  winds,  and  escapes  the  unpleasant  penetrat- 
ing fog.  This  Seminary  was  opened  in  1871,  and,  although 
now  private  property,  it  is  the  design  of  the  founders  to 
make  it  a  permanent  institution.  The  grounds  embrace 
fifty  acres,  adorned  with  fine  oaks,  through  which  winds  a 
stream  of  water,  rendering  the  verdure  fresh  at  all  seasons. 
The  main  building  is  218  feet  in  length,  with  a  wing  136 
feet  deep,  two  stories  high,  surmounted  with  a  Mansard 
roof.  It  has  accommodations  for  two  hundred  pupils. 
The  scholastic  year  is  divided  into  two  terms  of  twenty 
weeks  each,  commencing  respectively  January  10th  and 
August  2d  of  each  year.  Board  of  Instructors:  Rev.  C.  T. 
Mills,  Principal  and  Professor  Mental  and  Moral  Philoso- 
phy; Mrs.  C.  T.  Mills,  Associate  Principal  and  teacher  Liter- 
ature and  Natural  Theology;  Miss  E.  0.  Hatch,  Assistant 
Principal  and  Teacher  Natural  Sciences;  Miss  Jane  C.  Tol- 
man,  Instructor  in  Literature,  Rhetoric  and  Art;  Miss  E.  S. 
Wilson,  Mathematics  and  Physiology;  Miss  Cynthia  K.  Gould- 
ing,  Mathematics  and  Mythology:  Miss  Ellen  A.  Raynor, 
History;  Miss  Mary  P.  Gass,  Grammar  and  Natural  His- 
tory; Miss  Ellen  A.    Hatch,  Elocution  and   Composition. 

Preparatory  Department — Miss  R.  A.  Bills,  Principal; 
Miss  Clara  D.  Edwards,  Assistant. 

Telegraphy  and  Penmanship  —  Augustin  Knoflach,  In- 
structor. 

Department  of  Languages — MissE.  C.  Hatch,  Instructor 
in  Latin;  Madame  Camile  C.  Berill,  Instructor  in  French 
and  German;  Augustin  Knoflach,  Instructor  in  Spanish  and 
Italian. 

Department  of  Music — Ernst  Hartmann,  Edouard  Von 
Adelung,  Ferdinand  F.  Zellner,  Edward  Hohfeld,  Otto 
Seyd,  Miss  Marion  E.  Rowell  and  Miss  Kate  S.  Spencer. 

Instructor  in  Vocal  Music — Alfred  Kelleher. 

Instructor  in  Painting  and  Drawing — Raymond  D.  Yel- 
land. 

Attending  Physician— M.  W.  Fish,  M.  D. 


52  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

California  Military  Academy. 

Kev.  David  McClure.  Principal.  Location  on  east  side  of 
Telegraph  avenue  near  Prospect  avenue.  This  school  was 
established  in  January,  1865,  by  the  j)resent  proprietor  and 
principal.  There  are  three  buildings,  each  three  stories 
high,  connected  by  corridors.  The  symmetrical  develop- 
ment and  discipline  of  the  mind  and  the  formation  of  a  good 
physical  constitution  are  the  prime  objects  of  the  system  of 
instruction.  The  military  system  of  drilling  and  discipline 
has  been  adopted  to  secure  physical  culture,  promptness, 
presence  of  mind  and  its  attendant  results.  The  Legisla- 
ture of  California  in  1872  passed  an  act  to  "Commission 
the  Commandant  of  this  Academy  as  Major  in  the  National 
Guard  of  California,"  and  to  furnish  the  cadets  -with  arms 
and  accoutrements.  The  scholastic  year  is  divided  into  two 
terms  of  twenty  weeks  each,  beginning  respectively  on  the 
third  Wednesday  of  July  and  the  first  Wednesday  in  Jan- 
uary. 

Pacific  Theological  Seminary. 

Located  on  Academy  Hill.  This  institution  had  its  origin 
in  San  Francisco,  in  1869,  and  was  removed  to  Oakland  in 
1871.  A  thorough  theological  education,  fitting  candidates 
for  the  ministry,  is  given  in  a  course  embracing  three  years. 
There  is  no  charge  whatever  for  tuition  or  rooms,  and  aid  is 
extended  to  those  who  take  the  full  course  and  are  especially 
needy.  Rev.  J.  A.  Benton,  D.  D.,  Professor  of  Sacred  Lit- 
erature ;  Rev.  George  Mooar,  Professor  of  Theology ;  Rev. 
A.  L.  Stone,  San  Francisco,  President ;  Rev.  W.  C.  Pond, 
Secretary  of  the  Board. 

Convent  of  Our  Lady  of  the  Sacred  Heart. 

This  institution  was  founded  in  1868,  by  the  Sisters  of  the 
Holy  Names  of  Jesus  and  Mary,  under  the  patronage  of  the 
Rev.  M.  King,  pastor  of  Oakland.  It  is  located  near  the 
head  of  Lake  Merritt,  on  Webster  street.  An  elegant  and 
substantial  building,  three  stories  in  height,  one  hundred 
and  ten  feet  in  length,  and  seventy-five  feet  deep,  was  erected 
in  1873-4.  This  building  is  supplied  with  all  modern  im- 
provements for  the  comfort  and  convenience  of  the  pupils. 
The  basement  contains  a  gymnasium  ;  the  first  floor  contains 
parlors,  music  rooms,  museum  and  library.  The  library 
consists  of  a  thousand  volumes,  generally  of  a  highly  useful 
and  instructive  class  of  books.  The  second  story  contains 
class-rooms,    oratory  and  recreation   halls.     Lying   on  the 


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shores  of  the  lake,  the  young  ladies  have  the  privilege  of 
enjoying  tin*  pastime  and  healthful  exercise  of  boating. 

The  course  of  study  embraces  the  elementary  branches, 
the  higher  English  branches,  modern  languages,  literature, 
drawing,  painting,  music,  ornamental  needle-work,  etc.  The 
pupils  are  also  instructed  in  those  highly  essential  arts,  good 
cooking  and  plain  sewing.  The  number  of  pupils  is  nearly 
one  hundred. 

State  Deaf,  Dumb  and  Blind  Institute. 

This  institution  is  located  near  the  State  University  at 
Berkeley.  The  farm  consists  of  one  hundred  and  thirty 
acres,  eighty  acres  of  which  are  on  the  hills  fronting  the  bay. 
Pure  water  is  supplied  by  hillside  springs,  and  the  elevated 
site  ensures  the  purest  of  air.  Altogether,  a  better  location 
could  not  have  been  chosen.  So  healthful  is  the  spot,  that 
it  is  recorded  that  no  case  of  sickness,  sufficiently  severe  to 
require  watching  by  night,  occurred  for  two  years  among 
one  hundred  and  twenty-five  inmates.  On  the  17th  of  Jan- 
uary, 1875,  the  beautiful  and  costly  stone  building  occupied 
by  the  institution  was  destroyed  by  fire,  and  the  exigencies 
of  the  case,  with  more  than  a  hundred  helpless  unfortunates 
to  shelter  and  provide  for,  were  indeed  great.  But  the  spirit 
of  energy,  coupled  with  that  of  benevolence,  which  inspires 
the  citizens  of  Alameda  County,  found  means  to  build  a  tem- 
porary structure  without  delay  and,  as  early  as  April  21st, 
three  months  from  the  time  of  the  disaster,  the  school  was 
again  opened. 

The  course  of  studies  pursued  at  this  Institute  is  veiy 
nearly  the  same  as  that  embraced  in  the  public  schools  and 
in  the  seminaries,  with  the  addition  of  music,  which  is  taught 
the  blind  as  a  means  of  obtaining  a  livelihood.  The  insti- 
tution is  sustained  by  the  State,  but  clothing  and  traveling 
expenses  must  be  provided  by  the  parents  or  guardians  of 
the  children,  except  in  cases  of  extreme  poverty,  when  a 
proper  certificate  from  the  County  Judge  will  authorize  the 
directors  to  supply  clothing. 

The  management  of  the  institution  is  entrusted  to  a  Board 
of  five  Directors,  appointed  by  the  Governor.  The  present 
Board  consists  of  the  following  named  gentlemen  :  J.  Mora 
Moss,  Oakland;  H.  H.  Haight,  Alameda;  E.  J.  Crane  and 
D.  D.  Shattuck,  San  Francisco.  Warring  Wilkinson,  Prin- 
cipal.    D.  D.  Shattuck  is  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 

A  committee  of  ladies,  consisting  of  Mrs.  L.  A.  Booth, 
Mrs.   C.  P.  Hamilton,  Mrs.   H.   M.  Bingham,  Mrs.  H.  P. 


54  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

Livermore,   Mrs.  Mary  Brayton  and  Mrs.  J.  B.  Harmon, 
conduct  the  internal  and  domestic  arrangements. 

Instructors  in  the  Deaf  and  Dumb  Department  :  George 
B.  Goodall,  F.  P.  Fowler,  Henry  Frank  and  C.  P.  Smith. 
Instructors  in  the  Blind  Department  :  Charles  T.  Wilkinson, 
George  B.  Goodall  and  Mrs.  A.  B.  Goodall. 

St.  Mary's  Academy. 

North  side  of  Eighth  street,  between  Jefferson  and  Grove. 
Under  charge  of  the  Sisters  of  the  Holy  Name  of  Jesus 
and  Mary. 

Classical  and  English  School. 

Corner  Locust  and  "Valley  streets.  Kirk  "W.  Brier,  Prin- 
cipal. 

Home  School  for  Young  Ladies. 

Miss  H.  A.  Field,  Principal.  Hobart  street,  between 
Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avenues.  Receives  a  limited 
number  of  boarding  pupils,  to  whom  the  attractions  of  a 
home  are  given,  while  securing  a  thorough  education. 

St.  Mary's  Free  School. 

Under  the  charge  of  the  Sisters  of  the  Holy  Name  of 
Jesus  and  Mary.    Located  on  Seventh  street,  near  Jefferson. 


CHURCHES. 


First  Baptist  Church. 
Location,  southeast  corner  of  Fourteenth  and  Brush 
streets.  Rev.  B.  S.  McLafferty,.  pastor.  Pastoral  residence, 
810  Fourteenth  street.  Hours  of  service,  at  11  A.  M.  and 
7:30  P.  M.  Sunday  School  at  12:30  p.  M.  This  Society 
possesses  an  elegant  and  imposing  church  edifice,  con- 
structed of  wood,  and  is  free  from  debt.  Miss  G.  Lowell, 
organist;  %E.  D.  Farrington,  director;  Mrs.  McLafferty,  so- 
prano; Miss  Jewell,  tenor;  A.  J.  Chambers,  bass.  ■, 

East  Oakland  Baptist  Church. 

Location,  northeast  corner  of  East  Fourteenth  street  and 
Tenth  avenue.  Rev.  Thomas  G.  McLean,  pastor.  Pastoral* 
residence,  southeast  corner  of  Twelfth  avenue  and  East 
Nineteenth  street.  Hours  of  service  at  11  a.  m.  and  7 :30 
p.  m.     Sunday  School  at  12 :30  p.  m. 


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First  Congregational  Church. 

Location,  Washington,  between  Tenth  and  Eleventh 
streets.  Rev.  J.  K.  McLean,  pastor.  Pastoral  residence, 
east  side  Washington,  between  Tenth  and  Eleventh  streets. 
Services  at  11a.m.  and  7:30  p.m.  Sunday  School  at  1:30 
P.  M.  Miss  Dillaye,  organist  and  director;  Mrs.  Hanford, 
soprano;  Mrs.  Collins,  alto;  Mrs.  Crabtree,  tenor.  The 
Sabbath  School  numbers  over  three  hundred  scholars. 

Second  Congregational   Church. 

Location,  Chase  street  near  Willow.  Rev.  Charles  H. 
Pope,  Pastor.  Pastorial  residence,  Campbell  street  near 
Lincoln.  Services  at  11  A.  m.  and  7:30  p.  m.  Sunday 
School  at  12:15  p.  m.  S.  Allen  Becket,  organist  and  di- 
rector A  new  church  edifice  with  a  seating  capacity  of 
four  hundred  has  been  recently  completed  at  a  cost  of 
$7,500. 

Plymouth  Avenue   Congregational   Church. 

Location,  corner  of  Plymouth  avenue  and  Elm  street. 
The  pulpit  is  supplied  by  Professors  Benton  and  Mooar,  of 
the  Theological  Seminary.  Services  at  7 :30  p.  m.  Sunday 
School  at  12:30  p.  m. 

St.   John's  Episcopal   Church. 

Location,  Grove  street  between  Seventh  and  Eighth. 
Rev.  Benjamin  Ackerly,  D.  D.,  Rector.  Residence,  west 
side  of  Adaline  between  West  Fourteenth  and  West  Fif- 
teenth streets.  Services  at  11  a.  m.  and  7 :39  p.  M.  Sunday 
school  at  9 :30  a.  m.  The  church  has  over  one  hundred  and 
fifty  communicants  and  a  flourishing  Sabbath  school. 

St.   Paul's   Episcopal  Church. 

Location,  Twelfth  street  between  Webster  and  Franklin. 
Rev.  J.  Lewis  Parks,  Rector.  Residence  Telegraph  av- 
enue near  William  street.  Services  at  11  a.  m.  and  7 :30 
P.  M.  Sunday  school  at  9 :30  A.  M.  W.  H.  Whittaker,  or- 
ganist and  director;  Miss  Kneeland,  soprano;  Miss  I. 
Ikert,  alto;  F,  E.  Patton,  tenor.  The  value  of  the  Church 
property  is  in  excess  of  $20,000. 

Church  of  the  Advent   (Episcopal). 

Location,  corner  of  East  Fourteenth  street  and  Seven- 
teenth avenue.  Rev.  Sidney  Wilbur,  Rector.  Residence, 
Sixteenth  avenue  near  East  Sixteenth.     Services  at  11  a.  m. 


56  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

Sunday  School  at  9:30  a.  m.  MissLillie  Littlejolm,  organist 
and  director;  Miss  Mary  Littlejolm,  soprano;  Jennie  Lit- 
tlejolm, alto;  M.  Freeman,  bass. 

First   Methodist   Church. 

Location,  southwest  corner  Fourteenth  and  Clay  streets. 
Eev.  C.  V.  Anthony,  Pastor.  Pastoral  residence,  917  Alice 
street.  Services  at  11  a.  m.  and  7 :30  p.  m.  Sunday  School  at 
9:30  A.  M.  Professor  Gunn,  organist  and  musical  director, 
-with  volunteer  choir.  A  church  edifice  costing  $29,470  has 
recently  been  completed. 

German   Methodist   Church. 

Location,  Seventeenth  street  between  San  Pablo  and  Tel- 
egraph avenues.  Eev.  F.  Bonn,  Pastor.  Pastoral  resi- 
dence, south  side  of  Brown  between  Grove  and  Telegraph 
avenue.  Services  at  10:45  a.  m.  and  7:30  p.  m.  Sunday 
School  at  9:30  a.  m. 

Campbell  Street  Methodist   Church. 

Location,  on  Campbell  between  Eighth  and  Taylor  streets. 
Eev.  J.  H.  Wythe,  Pastor.  Services  at  11  a.  m.  and  7:30  p.m. 

African   Methodist   Church. 

Location,  Southeast  corner  Seventh  and  Market  streets. 
Pastorship  vacant. 

First   Presbyterian   Church. 

Location,  corner  Fourteenth  and  Franklin  streets.  Eev. 
James  Eells,  Pastor.  Eesidence,  southwest  corner  Hobart 
and  Telegraph  avenue.  Services,  11  A.  m.  and  7:30  p.  m. 
Sunday  School  at  9:30  a.  M.  The  church  building  and  fur- 
niture is  valued  at  over  §80,000.  W.  J.  McDougal,  organ- 
ist and  director;  Mrs.  S.  M.  Little,  soprano;  Mrs.  McDou- 
gal, alto;  A.  Elder,  tenor;  C.  A.  Klose,  bass. 

East   Oakland  Presbyterian  Church. 

Located,  northeast  corner  of  East  Fourteenth  and  Fif- 
teenth avenue.  Eev.  W.  H.  Dean,  Pastor.  Eesidence,  749 
East  Fourteenth.  Services,  11a.  m;  Sunday  School  at 
12:30  p.  m. 

First   German   Presbyterian   Church. 

Services  at  Odd  Fellow's  Hall,  corner  Eleventh  and  Frank- 
lin, at  11  a.  m.     William  Buehren,  Pastor.     Eesidence,  west 


CHURCHES.  57 


side  Eighth  avenue,   between  East  Seventeenth  and   East 
Eighteenth.     Louise  C.  Buehren,  organist. 

Independent  Presbyterian   Church. 

Location,  corner  Thirteenth  and  Jefferson.  L.  Hamilton, 
Pastor.  Residence,  1165  Jackson.  Services,  at  11  A.  M. 
and  7:30  P.  M. 

Church  of  the  Immaculate  Conception  (R.  C.) 

Location,  west  side  Jefferson,  between  Seventh  and  Eighth. 
Rev.  Michael  King,  pastor ;  Rev.  Hugh  Logan  and  Rev.  — 
Lawrence,  assistants.  Mass  on  Sundays  at  7,  9  and  10:30 
A.  m.;  vespers  at  7:30  p.  m.  Mass  on  week  days  at  7  a.  m. 
Sunday  School  after  the  9  a.  m.  mass  ;  number  of  scholars 
about  450.  Members  of  parish,  4,000.  Seating  capacity  of 
church,  1,300  ;  average  morning  attendance,  2,500. 

St.  Anthony's  Church  (R.  C.) 

Location,  east  side  of  Fifteenth  near  Sixteenth  avenues. 
Rev.  William  Gleeson,  Pastor.     Mass  at  10 :45  a.m.  Sundays, ' 
and  at  7  a.  m.  on  Week  days.     Yespers  on  Sundays  at  7:30 
p.  m.     Sunday  School  at  2  p.  m. 

Seventh   Day   Adventists. 

Hall,  corner  Twelfth  and  Broadway.  Services,  Saturday 
at  11  A.  M.     Sunday  School  at  10  a.  m. 


CEMETERY. 


Mountain  View — Webster  near  Piedmont. 


SECRET     SOCIETIES. 


Masonic. 

Live  Oak  Lodge,  No.  61,  A.  F.  and  A.  M. — Stated  meet- 
ings are  held  on  the  first  Friday  evening  of  each  month  at 
Masonic  Hall,  southwest  corner  Broadway  and  Eighth. 
Called  meetings,  Friday  evenings.  Membership,  130.  Jas. 
Barton  Pomeroy,  W.  M.;  James  Todd  Gardiner,  S.  W; 
John  C.  Marsh,  J.  W.;  Charles  W.  Reid,  Treasiu-er;  James 
Lentell,  Secretary;  John  R.  Glascock,  S.  D.;  D.  B.  Oakes, 
J.  D.;  Benjamin  Ackerly,  Chaplain;  George  Ferrell,  Stew- 
art; John  Ross,  Tyler. 


58  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

Oakland  Lodge,  No.  188,  A.  F.  and  A.  M.— Stated  meet- 
ings on  the  first  Saturday  of  every  month  at  Hall  in  Broad- 
way block,  betwen  Eleventh  and  Twelfth.  Membership,  200. 
J.  W.  Porter,  W.  M.;  Jessie  Walton,  S.  W.;  J.  N.  Hoyt, 
J.  J.;  C.  B.  Rutherford,  Treasurer;  J.  E.  Ingalls,  Secre- 
tary; C.  C.  Palmer,  Senior  Deacon;  David  Shakespear, 
Junior  Deacon. 

Brooklyn  Lodge,  No  225,  A.  F.  and  A.  M. — Stated  meet- 
ings, on  the  first  Tuesday  of  Each  month ;  called  meetings, 
every  Tuesday  evening,  at  Schimmelpfennig's  Hall,  on  the 
east  side  of  Twelfth,  between  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth  av- 
enues, East  Oakland.  Present  membership,  32.  J.  V. 
Webster,  W.  M. ;  B.  M.  Atchison,  S.  W. ;  1.  M.  Walker,  J. 
W.;  J.  J.  Newsome,  Treasurer;  J.  H.  Sumner,  Secretary; 
Samuel  Newsome,  Senior  Deacon,  J  Hunt,  Junior  Deacon. 

Oakland  Chapter,  No.  26,  E.  A.  M. — Stated  meetings 
are  held  on  the  first  and  third  Thursday  evenings  of  each 
month  at  hall  of  Live  Oak  Lodge.  William  B.  Clayton, 
High  Priest;  F.  H.  Brooks,  King;  William  Bolton,  Scribe; 
Oregon  C.  Luelling,  Royal  Arch  Captain ;  Alexander  Gem- 
mell,  Master  Third  Vail;  A.  McKeen,  Master  First  Vail;  J. 

E.  Whitcher,  Treasurer;   James  Lentill,  Secretary;   John 
Ross,  Guard. 

Alameda  Chapter,  No.  36,  R.  A.  M. — Stated  meetings 
are  held  on  the  second  and  Fourth  Wednesdays  of  each 
month  at  the  hall  in  Broadway  Block,  on  Broadway,  between 
Eleventh  and  Twelfth.  James  Dodds,  High  Priest ;  W.  A. 
Walter,  King ;  A.  W.  Collins,  Scribe  ;  Jesse  Walton,  Cap- 
tain of  the  Host;  J.  J.  Porter,  Principal  Sojourner;  A.  D. 
'Farrington,  Royal  Arch  Captain ;  C.  C.  Palmer,  Master 
Third  Vail ;  William  Graham,  Master  Second  Vail ;  Joseph 

F.  O.  Bierne,  Master  First  Vail ;  J.  E.  Ingalls,  Secretary  ; 
C.  T.  H.  Braun,  Treasurer. 


Adoptive  Masonry,  the  Order  of  the  Eastern  Star. 

Oak  Leaf  Chapter,  No.  8.— Present  membership  116. 
Increase  in  membership  since  October  1st,  1875,  forty. 
Meets  at  Masonic  Hall  on  the  second  and  fourth  Tuesdays  of 
each  month.  John  C.  Marsh,  Worthy  Patron ;  Eleanor  B. 
Farrington,  Worthy  Matron;  Emily  Bagge,  Associate  Matron; 
Ricka  Hirshberg,  Treasurer;  Mary  E.  Partridge,  Secretary; 
Maggie  J.  Marsh,  Conductress ;  Julia  Spencer,  Associate 
Conductress ;  Deborah  Hirshberg,  Adah  ;  Sarah  A.  Harris, 


SECRET    SOCIETIES.  59 


Ruth;  S.  Ella  Wliitcher,  Esther;  Maria  Hitchcock,  Martha; 
C.  C.  Walter,  Electa;  Ellen  J.  Rutherford,  Sentinel. 

A  new  Masonic  Hall,  of  brick,  three  stories  in  height,  is 
in  course  of  construction.  It  will  be  first  class  in  all  par- 
ticulars, and  a  credit  to  the  Order  as  well  as  to  the  archi- 
tectural skill  of  the  designer  and  builder.  It  is  located  on 
the  corner  of  Ninth  and  Washington  streets. 

Independent  Order  of  Odd  Fellows. 

This  organization  has  a  comfortable  hall,  built  and  owned 
by  a  joint  stock  company  composed  of  members  of  the 
Order,  on  the  corner  of  Franklin  and  Eleventh  streets.  All 
the  Lodges,  Encampments  and  other  Odd  Fellows'  societies 
meet  at  this  hall;  the  Library  also  occupies  a  portion  of  the 
second  floor,  looking  out  on  Franklin  street. 

Oakland  Lodge,  No.  118. — Meets  every  Tuesday  evening. 
The  present  membership  is  251.  C.  R.  Lewis,  N.  G.;  W. 
H.  Rouse,  Y.  G. ;  W.  S.  Dryden,  Recording  Secretary;  W. 
P.  Pinkham,  Financial  Secretary;  Peter  Baker,  Treasurer. 

University  Lodge,  No.  144. — Meets  every  Thursday! eve- 
ning. Present  membership  166.  John  H.  Kercheral,  N. 
G. ;  M.  L.  Broadwell,  V.  G.;  A.  D.  Thompson,  Recording 
Secretary;  J.  W.  Wolf,  Permanent  Secretary;  J.  R.  Capell, 
Treasurer. 

Fountain  Lodge,  No.  198. — Meets  every  Monday  evening. 
Present  membership  124.  P.  J.  Ipsen,  N.  G.;  Jesse  Wal- 
ton, V.  G.;  William  Chamberlain,  Recording  Secretary;  N. 
B.  Hoyt,  Permanent  Secretary;  David  Shakspear,  Treasurer. 

Orion  Lodge,  No.  189. — Meets  every  Saturday  evening  at 
Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  East  Twelfth  street,  East  Oakland.  Pres- 
ent membership,  90.  J.  K.  Smallman,  N.  G;  F.  W.  LeBal- 
lister,  V.  G;  Dr.  M.  W.  Fish,  Recording  Secretary.- 

Golden  Rule  Encampment. — Meets  on  the  first  and  third 
Friday  evenings  of  each  month,  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall. 
Membership,  130.  W.  S.  Dryden,  Chief  Patron;  George 
W.  Lewis,  High  Priest;  William  Clayton,  Senior  Warden; 
W.  P.  Pinkham,  Scribe;  David  Shakespear,  Treasurer. 

Alameda  Degree  Lodge,  No.  5. — Meets  on  the  second  and 
fourth  Friday  evenings  of  each  month.  Membership,  263. 
E.  G.  Jones,  Degree  Master;  John  H.  Kercheral,  Deputy 
Degree  Master;  D.  E.  Bontree,  Secretary;  P.  J.  Ipsen, 
Treasurer. 


60  OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 

Oakland  Eebekah  Degree  Lodge,  No.  16. — Meets  every 
Wednesday  evening.  Membership,  78.  G.  TV.  Lewis,  N. 
G.;  Mrs.  Albert  H.  Soutirwick,  V.  G.;  Mrs.  William  El- 
dridge,  Secretary;  Mrs.  O.  E.  Roberts,  Treasurer. 

Brooklyn  Eebekah  Degree  Lodge,  No.  12. — Meets  every 
first  and  third  Mondays  in  the  month  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall, 
East  Twelfth  street,  East  Oakland.  Membership,  42.  G. 
Chase,  N.  G.;  Mrs.  J.  C.  Holland,  V.  G. 

Odd  Fellows'  Hall  Association. — Meets  on  the  last  Mon- 
day evening  of  each  month  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall.  C.  B. 
Rutherford,  President;  C.  R.  Lewis,  Secretary. 

Odd  Fellows'  Library. — Second  floor  Odd  Fellows  Hall. 
See  Libraries. 

Odd  Fellows'  Relief  Committee. — Meetings  are  held 
every  Sunday  morning,  at  ten  o'clock,  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall, 
corner  Eleventh  and  Franklin  streets.  George  E.  Bugbee, 
President;  Jesse  Walton,  Secretary;  John  H.  Kercheral, 
Treasurer. 


The  Heptasophs,  or  Order  of  Seven  Wise  Men. 

Eureka  Conclave,  No.  4. — Meet  at  Pythian  Hall,  1109 
Broadway,  every  Thursday  evening.  Present  membership, 
60.  O.  E.  Roberts,  E.  A.;  John  A.  Whitcher,  TV.  P.;  J. 
Stewart,  P.;  W.  L.  McKay,  W.  C;  G.  R.  Dunning,  Record- 
ing Secretary;  M.  D.  Hewitt,  Treasurer;  James  Fowler, 
Financial  Secretary;  J.  Shurvell,  I.  G.;  H.  A.  Anderson, 
H.;  A.  T.  Johnson,  W.;  M.  A.  Helon,  G.;  T.  Pollard,  S. 

Oakland  Encampment,  No.  1. Meets  at  Pythian  Castle, 

1109  Rroadway,  every  alternate  Sunday  evening.  W.  L. 
McKay,. M.  E.  C;  O.  E.  Roberts,  W.  P.;  J.  A.  Whitcher, 
W.  C;  A.  T.  Johnson,  V.  P.;  A.  H.  Southwick,  I.  G.;  G. 
S.  Drew,  H.;  G.  R.  Dunning,  Scribe.  M.  D.  Hewitt,  Treas- 
urer; A.  FoUrath,  W.;  J.  Shurvell,  G. 


United  Ancient  Order  of  Druids. 

Oakland  Grove,  No.  24. — Meets  at  Hall  of  Live  Oak 
Masonic  Lodge  every  Wednesday  evening.  Membership  65. 
George  Bloom,  N.  A.;  John  F.  Obrock,  Y.  A.;  Daniel  Sies- 
battel,  Secretary;  Frederick  Shaflher,  Treasurer. 


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Knights  of  Pythias. 

Live  Oak  Lodge,  No.  17. — Meets  every  Wednesday  even- 
ing at  Pythian  Castle,  1109  Broadway.  Membership  about 
117.  C.  F.  Harrington,  P.  C. ;  J.  H.  Downey,  C.  C. ;  H.  E. 
Moymer,  V.  O.J  William  McCarty,  Prelate;  S.  Stephenson, 
Keeper  of  Records  and  Seal;  D.  B.  Bankhead,  M.  of  E.; 
H.  A.  Holland,  M.  of  F.;  D.  S.  Hirshberg,  M.  at  A.;  Wm. 
Walkinson,  I.  G.;  J.  C.  Orr,  O.  G. 

Brooklyn  Lodge,  No.  32. — Instituted  August  21,  1875. 
Present  membership,  83.  Meets  every  Friday  evening  at 
Schimmelpfening's  Hall,  East  Oakland.  Adam  Follrath, 
P.  C.  and  District  Deputy  G.  C;  George  Lewis,  jr.,  P.  C.; 
Shadrach  Osborn,  C.  O.j  William  H.  Hamilton,  V.  C; 
Joseph  Anderson,  Prelate;  George  Lewis,  jr.,  Keeper  of 
Records  and  Seal;  Frederick  Schimmelpfenning,  sr.,  M.  of 
E.;  David  Hughes,  M.  of  F.;  J.  Colby,  M.  at  A.;  John 
Lewis,  I.  G.;  A.  W.  Culter,  O.  G. 

Liberty  Lodge,  No.  35. — Meets  every  Thursday  evening 
at  New  Masonic  Hall,  corner  Railroad  avenue  and  Willow 
streets.  Instituted  April  1st,  1876.  Membership,  36.  W. 
C.  Eddings,  C.  C;  George  H.  Whalley,  P.  C;  H.  Y.  Baker, 
V.  C;  James  Hooper,  Prelate;  E.  H.  Packard,  Keeper  of 
Records  and  Seal;  James  T.  Morehead,  M.  of  F. ;  Deri  B. 
Kester,  M.  of  E. ;  James  G.  Pettit,  M.  at  A. ;  E.  F.  Thayer, 
I.  G.;  A.  H.  Anderson,  O.  G. 

Improved  Order  of  Red  Men. 

Cherokee  Tribe,  No.  27. — Meets  at  corner  of  Broadway 
and  Eleventh  streets  every  Friday  evening.  Present  number 
of  members  34.  T.  H,  Allen,  Sachem;  R.  Hughes,  Senior 
Sagamore;  William  Helmer,  Junior  Sagamore;  W.  E.  King, 
Chief  of  Records;  W.  T.  Myles,  Treasurer. 

Ind'p't  United  Order  of  Red   Men  (exclusively  German). 

Alameda  Stamm,  No.  113. — Meets  every  Monday  evening 
at  Pythian  Hall,  1109  Broadway.  Membership,  85.  George 
Jarwort,  O.  Chief;  Rubertg  Hunenmacher,  N.  Chief;  C. 
Rhein,  B.  Chief;  D.  Vogt,  Treasurer;  E.  Harmon,  Secretary. 

Ancient  Order  of  Hibernians. 

County  Delegate,  P.  Mullen;  General  President,  S.  D. 
Cronin;  General  Vice-President,  S.  S.  Smith;  John  O'Brien, 


62  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


Financial    Secretary;    John   Coyle,    Recording    Secretary; 
Patrick  Donahoe,  Treasurer. 

Division  No.  1. — Meets  on  the  third  Thursday  of  each 
month  at  Hibernia  Hall,  Broadway,  between  Third  and 
Fourth.  Patrick  Murphy,  President;  John  Braswell,  Vice- 
President;  John  Bryan,  Financial  Secretary;  James  Leonard, 
Recording  Secretary;  Eugene  Lynch,  Treasurer. 

Division  No.  2. — Meets  on  the  first  Thursday  of  each 
month  at  Hibemia  Hall.  James  Keyes,  President;  P.  Mc- 
Quade,  Vice-President;  Edward  Lawson,  Secretary;  John 
Fitzsimmons,  Financial  Secretary. 


Independent  Order  of  Good  Templars. 

Brooklyn  Lodge,  No.  384.— Meets  every  Thursday 
evening  at  Schimmelpfenning's  Hall,  East  Twelfth  street, 
between  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth  avenues,  East  Oakland. 
Membership  about  35.  L.  J.  Rector,  P.  W.  C.  T.;  H.  G. 
Oliver,  W.  C;  Sarah  Cutler,  W.  V.  T.;  James  Buckley, 
Secretary;  H.  Hale,  Financial  Secretary;  Amelia  Schim- 
melpfenning,  Treasurer;  F.  M.  Reed,  Marshal;  —  Tichenor, 
Chaplain. 

Athens  Lodge,  No.  286. — Meets  every  Saturday  evening 
at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  corner  Eleventh  and  Franklin  streets. 
D.  B.  Bankhead,  P.  W.  C.  T.;  B.  Peckham,  W.  C.  T.;  Mrs. 
William  Bouton,  W.  V.  T.;  C.  G.  Read,  Secretary;  Miss 
Minnie  Moskiman,  Treasurer;  H.  Bell,  Marshal. 

Fountain  Lodge,  I.  O.  G.  T. — Meets  every  Saturday 
evening  at  Live  Oak  Lodge  Room,  corner  Broadway  and 
Eighth  streets.  Present  membership,  60.  E.  T.  Anthony, 
P.  W.  C.  T.;  W.  E.  Turner,  W.  C.  T.;  Mrs.  Harlon,  W.  V. 
T. ;  Mrs.  Lovejov,  W.  S. ;  W.  S.  Dryden,  W.  F.  S. ;  M.  A. 
Gunn,  W.  T. ;  John  Harris,  W.  M. 

Ivy  Lodge,  No.  200. — Meets  on  Friday  evenings  at  Pe- 
louze's  Hall.  Membership,  50.  This  is  a  new  lodge,  having 
been  instituted  in  January,  -1876.  Mrs.  A.  P.  Partridge, 
Lodge  Deputy;  J.  M.  McGuire,  R.  W.  C.  T. ;  E.  D.  Packard, 
W.  C.  T.;  M.  E.  Partridge,  W.  V.  T.;  J.  Frey,  W.  S.;  W. 
G.  Hawkett,  W.  F.  S.;  Clara  Lawler,  W.  Treasurer;  — 
Judd,  W.  M  ;  Miss  Craig,  W.  D.  M. ;  Miss  Mary  McGuire, 
W.  1.  G.;  Charles  Scott,  W.  O.  G. 


MISCELLANEOUS    SOCIETIES.  03 


MISCELLANEOUS    SOCIETIES. 


Alameda  County  Medical  Assocl\tion. — Meets  at  Health 
Office,  City  Hall,  on  the  first  Monday  evening  of  each  month. 
Organized  October  25,  1869.  Incorporated  January  9, 1871. 
Number  of  active  members  24.  Honorary  members  5.  An- 
nual election  on  the  first  Monday  in  January.  Dr.  M.  W. 
Fish,  President;  E.  D.  Jones,  vice-President;  C.  H.  Kit- 
tridge,  Secretary;  P.  Wheeler,  Treasurer.  Board  of  Censors: 
C.  H.  Allen,  R.  P.  Babcock,  M.  W.  Fish. 

Oakland  Benevolent  Society. — Quarterly  meetings  are 
held  on  the  second  Mondays  of  March,  June,  September 
and  December,  at  such  place  as  may  be  designated  in  call. 
The  object  of  the  Association  is  to  afford  relief  to  the 
worthy,  whom  adverse  circumstances  have  rendered  tem- 
porarily needy.  G.  W.  Armes,  President;  W.  B.  Hardy, 
Treasurer;  Mrs.  D.  Stuart,  Secretary;  A.  I.  Gladding,  E.  P. 
Sanford,  F.  S.  Page,  Trustees. 

Brooklyn  Literary  Society. — A  society  for  the  mutual 
cultivation  in  elocution  and  literary  excellence.  Meets 
every  Wednesday  evening  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  East  Oak- 
land.    J.  K.  Smallman,  President;  A.  Rhein,  Secretary. 

Hebrew  Benevolent  Society. — Meets  on  the  first  Sunday 
evening  of  each  month  at  the  Hall,  Broadway  between 
Seventh  and  Eighth.  A.  Barrett,  President;  N.  Witkowsky, 
Vice-President;  D.  S.  Hirshberg,  Secretary,  J.  Letter, 
Treasurer;  I.  Marcus,  L.  Greenebaum  and  S.  Hirshberg, 
Trustees. 

Oakland  Harmonic  Society. — Meets  at  the  chapel  of  the 
First  Congregational  Church  on  Tuesday  evenings.     Rev. 

Charles  H.  Pope,  President;  Crabtree,  Vice-President; 

W.  H.  Craig,  Secretary;  John  T.   Coe,  Treasurer;  John  P. 
Morgan,  Musical  Conductor. 

St.  Joseph's  Benevolent  Society. — Meets  on  the  third 
Sunday  of  each  month  at  the  corner  of  Eighth  and  Jefferson 
streets.  Stephen  Cronin,  President;  John  Cary,  Vice- 
President;  P.  R.  Sheehan,  Secretary;  M.  J.  Ryan,  Treas- 
urer.    Membership,  70. 

Oakland  Turnverin— Hall,  on  Ninth  street,  between 
Washington  and  Jefferson.  Regular  meetings  are  held  on 
the  first  and  third  Wednesday  evenings  of  each  month.  A 
library  comprising  over  one  thousand  volumes  is  sustained 


64  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 

by  the  association.  The  reading  room  is  open  every  even- 
ing. A  lot  75  by  100  feet  on  Webster  street  near  Seventh 
has  recently  been  purchased,  and  a  large  and  elegant  hall 
will  soon  be  erected.  Officers:  Kichard  Emil  Harmon, 
President;  W.  Humeltenberg,  Vice-President;  August 
Folde,  Secretary;  Henry  Sohst,  Treasurer;  Henry  Heyer, 
Assistant  Treasurer;  Henry  Heitmann,  Firs't  Leader;  Ch. 
Otto,  Second  Leader;  Gotlieb  Koch,  Steward  and  Li- 
brarian. 


MILITARY. 


Oakland  Guard  —  Unattached.  Belonging  to  Second 
Brigade  N.  G.  C.  Armory,  on  Broadway,  between  Seventh 
and  Eighth.  Weekly  drill,  every  Thursday  evening.  H.  D. 
Ranlet,  Captain;  Henry  Maloon,  First  Lieutenant;  Oscar 
Sarpy,  Second  Lieutenant;  Levi  S.  Bixby,  Orderly  Sergeant. 
Membership,  86. 


BANKS. 

First  National  Gold  Bank  of  Oakland. 

969  Broadway.  V.  D.  Moody,  President;  J.  W.  Knox, 
Vice-Presieent;  G.  M.  Fisher,  Cashier.  Authorized  capi- 
tal, $1,000,000.  Paid  up  capital,  8100,000.  Deposits  De- 
cember 31,  1875,  $103,000.  Outstanding  loans,  December 
31,  1875,  $125,000. 

Union  National  Gold  Bank. 

Southeast  corner  Broadway  and  Ninth.  A.  C.  Henry, 
President;  H.  A.  Palmer,  Secretary.     Capital,  $100,000. 

Oakland  Bank  of  Savings. 

915  Broadway.  E.  C.  Sessions,  President;  W.  W.  Cam- 
ron,  Vice-President;  Charles  Roberts,  Cashier.  Author- 
izee  capital,  $1,000,000.  Depositors  December  31,  1875, 
1,007.  Deposits,  $904,494.  Loans,  $1,122,670.  Earn- 
ings for  six  months  $76,944.     Diviends,  $62,425. 


BANKS.  65 

Union  Savings  Bank. 

Soutlieast  corner  Broadway  and  Ninth.  J.  West  Martin, 
President;  H.  A.  Palmer,  Vice-President  and  Treasurer; 
W.  W.  Crane  jr,  Attorney.  Loans  December  31,  1875, 
$1,305,444.  Deposits,  11,012,282.  Capital  and  reserved 
fund,  $510,040.     Dividends    $29,754. 


LIBRARIES. 


Oakland  Library. 

Located  on  Fourteenth,  street,  near  Washington,  on  City 
Hall  square.  The  association  has  a  handsome  building, 
the  ground  upon  which  it  stands  being  owned  by  the  city, 
and  no  rent  being  charged  for  its  occupancy  by  the  library. 
Member's  contribute  annually  six  dollars  each  to  a  fund,  from 
which  all  expenses  are  paid  and  additional  volumes  placed 
upon  the  shelves.  The  number  of  members  is  about  three 
hundred  and  fifty.  This  popular  library  contains  over  four 
thousand  volumes,  which  are  drawn  out  at  the  rate  of  fifteen 
thousand  annually.  Officers:  J.  B.  McChesney,  President; 
C.  W.  Kellogg,  Vice-President;  George  W.»  Edwards,  Sec- 
retary and  Treasurer;  Miss  Ina  D.  Coolbrith,  Librarian. 
Directors:  E.  P.  Flint,  J.  R.  Glasscock,  D.  Henshaw  Ward, 
Mrs.  Charles  Bugbee,  Miss  Nellie  Eells,  J.  P.  Moore,  F.  M. 
Campbell,  George  W.  Armes.  A.  H.  Burnham  and  W.  W. 
Crane.     The  rooms  are  open  daily  from  10  a.  m.  to  9  p.  m. 

Odd  Fellows'  Library. 

Second  floor  of  Odd  Fellows'  Hall  Building,  corner 
Franklin  and  Eleventh  streets.  The  present  number  of 
volumes  in  the  library  is  a  little  over  3000  ;  several  hun- 
dred volumes  have  recently  been  added  to  the  collection. 
During  1875,  8610  volumes  were  taken  out  for  perusal. 
The  library  is  sustained  by  Oakland,  University  and 
Fountain  Lodges  of  Oakland,  each  Lodge  contributing 
fifty  cents  per  quarter  for  each  member  of  the  Lodge  in 
good  standing.  Officers  :  William  D.  Harwood,  Presi- 
dent ;  George  E.  Sherman,  Vice-President ;  G.  W.  Lewis, 
Secretary;  W.  S.  Dryden,  Corresponding  Secretary  ;  P.  E. 
Davis, -Treasurer  ;  P.  J.  Ipsen,  Librarian. 

Oakland  Reading  Room  Association. 

L.  L.  Alexander,  President;  F.  S.  Page,  Vice-President; 
William  W.  Garthwaite,  Treasurer.  Organized  with  the 
view  of  establishing  a  library  and  reading  room. 


66  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


THE    PRESS. 


The  Press  of  Oakland  consists  of  two  daily  morning  and 
one  daily  evening  *papers,  four  general  weekly  newspapers, 
(three  English  and  one  German,)  a  religious  paper,  and  a 
paper  devoted  to  the  interests  of  real  estate.  They  are 
generally  well  edited,  and  reflect  the  spirit  of  the  growing 
city. 

Teanscript  (Daily  morning  paper) — 911  Broadway.  Pub- 
lished by  Bishop  &  Powers.  A.  W.  Bishop,  Editor.  Year- 
ly suqscription  $7  ;  weekly,  by  carrier,  15  cents. 

News  (Daily  morning  paper). — Ninth  street,  between 
Broadway  and  Washington.  Published  by  the  News  Pub- 
lishing Company.  Yearly  subscription  $7 ;  weekly,  by 
carrier,  15  cents. 

Tribune  (Daily  evening  paper). — 911  Broadway.  Pub- 
lished by  Tribune  Publishing  Company.  Yearly  subscription 
$5  ;  delivered  at  15  cents  per  week. 

Alameda  County  Gazette  (Weekly).  —  Established  in 
1855.  The  oldest  paper  in  the  county.  911  Broadway. 
Published  by  Bishop  &  Powers.  Subscription  price  $2  per 
year. 

Oakland  Journal  (German  weekly). — Published  by  the 
Journal  Company,  911  Broadway.     Subscription  price  $3. 

Brooklyn  Vidette  (Weekly). — Issued  every  Friday.  Of- 
fice corner  Thirteenth  avenue  and  East  Fourteenth  street, 
East  Oakland.  G.  W.  Barter,  Publisher.  Subscription 
price  $3.50  per  annum. 

West  Oakland  Press  (Weekly). — Published  by  De  Witt 
C.  Lawrence,  at  Oakland  Point. 

Pacific  Seventh  Day  Adventist. — Corner  Castro  and 
Eleventh  streets.  Published  weekly  by  the  Pacific  Seventh 
Day  Adventist  Company. 

Oakland  Real  Estate  Circular.— Published  monthly  by 
by  F.  S.  Page,  1007  Broadway. 


THE   STREET  RAILROAD   SYSTEM. 


Franchises  for  street  railroads  in  Oakland  have  been 
greatly  in  demand.  A  number  have  been  secured,  and  no 
less  than  six  routes  are  now  running.  Several  more  are 
contemplated.  These  roads  will  all  pay  well  until  the  invent- 


STREET   RAILROADS.  67 


ing  genius  of  some  practical  man  shall  place  speedy  locomo- 
tion within  the  reach  of  the  people.  As  it  is,  people  are 
well  accommodated  in  Oakland.  They  can  go  north  or 
south,  east  or  west,  without  walking — though  not  so  rapidly 
perhaps  as  they  might  wish,  still,  it  is  a  ride.  The  fare  on 
all  the  roads  is  ten  cents  for  a  single  ticket,  or  four  tickets 
for  a  quarter. 

Oakland  Eailroad — This  road  extends  from  the  foot  of 
Broadway  to  Berkeley,  a  distance  of  five  and  a  half  miles. 
The  route  is  via  Broadway  and  Telegraph  avenue.  J.  S. 
Emery,  President;  George  Y.  Loring,  Secretary;  J.  W. 
Knox,  Treasurer. 

San  Pablo  Eailroad — This  road  runs  from  the  corner  of 
Seventh  and  Broadway  to  Oakland  Park.  The  route  is  on 
Broadway  and  San  Pablo  avenue.  The  road  is  two  miles  in 
length.  J.  S.  Emery,  President;  George  Y.  Loring,  Secre- 
tary; J.  W.  Knox,  Treasurer. 

Broadway  and  Piedmont  Eailroad — This  road  runs  from 
Seventh  and  Washington  via  Fourteenth,  Broadway  and 
Webster  to  the  Mountain  View  Cemetery,  a  distance  of 
about  three  miles.  Walter  Blair,  President;  Montgomery 
Howe,  Secretary  and  Superintendent. 

Brooklyn  and  Fruit  Vale  Eailroad — This  road  runs  from 
Brooklyn  station  via  Thirteenth  avenue  to  the  east  end  of 
Fruit  Vale  avenue,  a  distance  of  about  two  and  one-half 
miles.  C.  T.  Hopkins,  President;  E.  C.  Sessions,  Secre- 
tary; J.  B.  Webster,  Treasurer. 

Fruit  Vale  and  Mills  Seminary  Eailroad — Brooklyn  sta- 
tion on  Fourteenth  street  and  via  county  road  and  High  St. 

New  Street  Railroad  Grants. 

Grants  of  permission  for  the  construction  of  the  following 
street  railroad  lines  were  awarded  by  the  city  government 
during  the  year  1875 : 

To  the  Oakland,  Alameda  and  Piedmont  Eailroad  Com- 
pany the  right  to  construct  and  maintain,  for  twenty  years,  a 
horse  railroad,  commencing  at  Webster  street,  thence  west- 
erly along  Water  '^street  to  Broadway,  thence  northerly  to 
Fourth  street. 

^  To  W.  A.  Bray,  E.  M.  Derby,  J.  West  Martin  and  E.  C. 
Sessions,  the  right  to  construct  and  maintain,  for  twenty-five 
years,   a  street  railroad,  begining  where  East  Fourteenth 


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OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


street  intersects  the  East  boundary  line  of  the  city,  running 
thence  westerly  to  Fifteenth  avenue,  thence  southerly  to  East 
Twelfth  street,  thence  westerly  to  Fourteenth  Avenue,  thence 
southerly  to  right-of-way  of  Central  Pacific  Kailroad  Com- 
pany. Also  for  a  branch  from  the  intersection  of  the  East 
line  of  Fifteenth  avenue  with  East  Fourteenth  street,  west- 
erly to  Thirteenth  avenue,  thence  southerly  to  East  Eleventh 
street,  thence  easterly  to  intersection  of  East  Eleventh  street 
and  right-of-way  of  Central  Pacific  Railroad  Company. — 
Work  to  be  commenced  within  one  year  and  completed  within 
three  years. 

To  C.  T.  Hopkins,  J.  V.  Webster  and  E.  C.  Sessions,  the 
right  to  maintain  a  street  railroad,  for  twenty-five  years, 
commencing  at  East  Eleventh  street  100  feet  West  from 
Thirteenth  avenue,  thence  easterly  to  Thirteenth  avenue, 
thence  northerly  to  East  Twenty-second  street,  thence  east- 
erly 300  feet,  thence  northerly  through  the  lands  of  Haynes 
and  others  to  County  road  number  1135,  thence  easterly  to 
Fruit  Vale  avenue.  Work  to  be  commenced  within  one  year 
and  completed  within  three  years. 

To  Walter  Blair  and  M.  and  S.  Howe  the  right  to  maintain 
a  street  railroad,  for  twenty-five  years,  from  the  center  line 
of  Broadway  and  Fourteenth  streets  westerly  to  Washington 
street,  thence  southerly  to  First  street.  Work  to  be  com- 
menced within  one  year  and  completed  within  three  years. 


THE  OAKLAND  FERRY. 


Following  are  statistics  of  travel  on  this  ferry  between  San 
Francisco  and  Oakland  for  1875.  The  accommodations  on 
this  line  are  all  that  could  be  desired  and  the  fares  moderate, 
single  trip  tickets  are  sold  at  fifteen  cents,  and  monthly 
commutation  tickets,  entitling  the  holder  to  cross  daily, 
once  each  way,  are  sold  at  three  dollars : 


Round  trips 595,175 

Single  trips 1,802,190 

Com.  (17,183) 1,630,945 


Total  for  1875 4,028,310 

Total  for  1874 3,192,904 

Total  for  1873 2,655,671 


POST   OFFICES.  69 


MORTUARY  REPORT. 


The  report  of  the  health  officer  for  1875  shows  that  Oak- 
land maintains  her  high  reputation  as  one  of  the  healthiest 
cities  of  the  continent.     We  quote  the  following: 

There  were  338  deaths — 183  males  and  155  females.  Of 
these  decedents,  89  were  born  in  Oakland,  40  in  California, 
outside  of  Oakland,  116  in  the  United  States,  outside  of 
California,  and  93  in  foreign  countries.  There  were  131 
who  were  married,  61  who  were  single,  and  146  children. 

There  were  524  births — 271  males  and  253  females. 

The  population  of  the  city  is  25,000. 

The  death  rate  last  year  was  12.88  per  thousand;  in  1874 
it  was  12.65  and  in  1873  it  was  14.43. 

There  were  127  decedents  under  five  years,  16  of  whom 
were  still-born.  This  gives  the  rate  of  mortality  of  children 
of  that  class  at  35.8  per  thousand.  In  1874  it  was  42.04  and 
in  1873  it  was  53.  This  diminution  in  the  death  rate  among 
children  is  quite  remarkable.  During  the  year  ending  June 
30, 1875,  the  death  rate  among  the  children  in  San  Francisco 
was  52  per  thousand.  In  other  words,  of  a  thousand 
children  who  are  in  San  Francisco  at  the  beginning  of  the 
year,  52  will  die  before  its  close.  In  Oakland,  with  a 
similar  number,  there  were  16  deaths  less. 

Oakland  has  pure  water,  a  good  system  of  drainage,  an 
equable  climate,  free  alike  from  the  fogs  and  winds  which 
are  such  powerful  agents  in  promoting  those  diseases  result- 
ing from  colds  and  the  long  list  of  pulmonary  and  bronchial 
affections,  hence  the  exceedingly  low  death  rate  is  not  a 
matter  of  surprise,  but  only  a  logical  result  of  the  favorable 
conditions  of  her  surroundings. 


POST     OFFICES. 


There  are  three  Post  Offices  within\the  corporate  limits 
of  Oakland. 

Oakland  Post  Office. 

Location,  south  side  Ninth,  near  Broadway. 

J.  E.  Benton,  Postmaster  ;  Frank  W.  Cushing,  Assistant 
Postmaster  and  Money  Order  Clerk  ;  clerks,  H.  D.  Eliason, 
Edward  M.  Campbell,  R.  J.  Auld. 

Office  hours,  from  8  a.  m.  to  7:30  p.  m.;  on  Sunday,  from 
9:30  to  10:30  a.m. 


70  OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


ARRIVALS  AND   DEPARTURES   OF   MAILS. 

Eastern  mail  arrives  at  5  p.  m.;  San  Francisco  mail  arrives 
at  9  a. m,  1  p.m.  and  9  p.m.;  Southern  mail,  via  Lathrop, 
arrives  at  12:30  p.  m. 

Eastern  mail  closes  at  8  a.  m.  ;  San  Francisco  mail  closes 
at  8  A.  m.,  12:30  p.  m.,  and  4  p.m.;  Southern  mail  closes  at 
4  p.m.;  Martinez  mail,  by  stage,  closes  at  9  a.m.,  arrives  at 
11a.m.;  San  Pablo  mail,  by  stage,  closes  at  2:30  p.m., 
arrives  at  9:30  a.  m. 

Brooklyn  Post  Office. 

Location,  corner  of  East  Twelfth  street  and  Thirteenth 
avenue. 

Thomas  F.  Steere,  Postmaster. 

Mail  arrives  from  San  Francisco,  by  the  overland  train,  at^ 
8 :45  a.  m.  ;  from  San  Francisco,  by  the  Stockton  train,  at  4 :45* 
p.  m.     Eastern  mail  arrives,  by  the  overland  train,  at  5  P.  M. 

Mail  departs  for  San  Francisco,  by  the  San  Jose  train,  at 
9  a.m.;  for  San  Francisco,  by  the  overland  train,  at  4:45 
p.  m.     Eastern  mail,  by  the  overland  train,  at  8:45  a.m. 

West  Oakland  Post  Office. 

Location,  Railroad  avenue,  between  Wood  and  Pine. 
H.  T.  Baker,  Postmaster. 

Eastern  mail  drives  at  5  p.  m.,  and  departs  at  8:15  a.  m. 
Oakland  mail  arrives  at  1  p.  m.,  and  departs  at  4:30  p.m. 
San  Francisco  mail  arrives  at  8:45  a.m.  and  4:30p.m.; 
departs  at  9  a.  m.  and  4:30  p.  m. 
Office  hours,  from  7  a.  m.  to  8  p.m. 


Street  Guide. 


Oakland  is  regularly  laid  out,  streets  generally  crossing  each  other  at  right 
angles.  The  numbering  of  streets  running  North  and  South  begin  at  South 
Front  Street;  and  that  on  streets  running  East  and  "West  on  East  Front 
Street.  Fifty  numbers  are  allotted  to  each  block,  except  in  instances,  where 
it  is  necessary  to  use  a  less  or  greater  number  to  carry  out  the  general  plan, 
which  is  that  the  numbers  on  each  tier  of  blocks  shall  be  identical  through- 
out the  city.  Numbers  have  been  placed  on  the  houses  in  only  a  limited 
portion  of  the  city,  hence  there  is  great  difficulty  in  correctly  locating  the 
inhabitants.  Recently,  however,  by  the  enterprise  of  the  proprietors  of 
Bishop's  Dibectoby,  a  general  numbering  of  the  houses  throughout  the 
entire  city  has  been  inaugurated,  an  improvement  which  will  greatly  facili- 
tate the  publication  of  the  Directory,  and  which  will  be  of  great  benefit  and 
convenience  to  the  public. 


A,  W  s  Beach  W  to  West 
Front  bet  26th  and  C. 

Adams  Avenue,  ex- 
tension of  East  14th 
street  to  San  Leandro 
Boad. 

Adeline,  N  s  South 
Front,  NW  to  San  Pa- 
blo av  bet  Chestnut 
and  Magnolia. 

Albion,  W  s  Telegraph 
av,  W  to  Grove  bet 
Knox  and  Caledonia  av 

Alden  (or  Twenty- 
ninth)  NE  s  San  Pa- 
blo av  to  Grove,  bet 
Wallace  and  Campbell. 

Alice,  N  s  South  Front 
bet  Jackson  and  Har- 
rison, N  to  Lake  Mer- 
ritt. 

East.  Street. 

602  First. 

652  Second. 

702  Third. 

752  Fourth. 

802  Fifth.. 

826  Sixth. 

852  Seventh. 

902  Eighth. 


952  Ninth. 

1002  Tenth. 

1052  Eleventh. 

1102  Twelfth. 

1152  Thirteenth. 

1202  Fourteenth. 


Alice  Park,  bet  Har- 

rison 

and  Alice,  N  of 

14th. 

Alta, 

N  fm  Lake  Shore 

av  to  Hunt's  Tract. 

Andover,    fm    Plym- 

outh 

av  E  to  Edwards, 

E  of  Elm. 

Atlantic,  W  s  Peralta, 

W  to 

West  Front  bet 

3d  and  William. 

North. 

Street. 

1652 

Campbell. 

1702 

Willow. 

1752 

Wood. 

1802 

Pine. 

1852 

Cedar. 

1902 

Bay. 

Bay, 

N  s  North  Front 

NHo  Beach,  bet  Cedar 

and  West  Front. 

East 

202 

Street 
State. 

302 

Fulton. 

402 

452 

502 

552 

602 

652 

702 

752 

802 

826 

852 

902 

934 

966 

1002 

1052 

1102 

1202 

1302 

1402 

1502 

1602 


Pearl. 

Eagle. 

Hudson. 

Water. 

First. 

Second. 

Third. 

Fourth. 

Fifth. 

William. 

Railroad  av. 

Division. 

Chase. 

Taylor. 

Seward. 

Lincoln, 

Twelfth. 

Fourteenth. 

Sixteenth. 

Eighteenth, 

Twentieth. 

Twenty-  second. 


Bay  Place,  E  s  Tele- 
graph av  bet  Laurel 
and  Merrimac  pi 

Beach,  W  s  South 
Front,  W  to  West 
Front  bet  South  Front 
and  State. 


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OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


Beach,  NW  fin  Peralta 

to   city  limits,  SW   of 

Halleck. 

Birney,  bet  Telegraph 

av  and  Franklin,  S  of 

Durant. 

Broadway,  N  s  South 

Front,  N  to  21st,  bet 

Franklin  and  "Washg'n 

East.       Street. 

602     First. 

652     Second. 

702    Third. 

752     Fourth. 

802     Fifth. 

826     Sixth. 

852     Seventh. 

902    Eighth. 

952     Ninth. 

1002     Tenth. 

1052     Eleventh. 

1102     Twelfth. 

1152     Thirteenth. 

1202     Fourteenth. 

Brockhurst,    NE    s 

San    Pablo    av    E    to 

Grove,     bet    22d    and 

Nolan. 

Brook,  N  fm  Orchard 

av  to  Hawthorne  av 

Brooklyn,  fm    W    s 

Lake  Merritt   to  Mat 

thews. 

Brown      (or     Thirty 

fourth)  fm  NE  s  San 

Pablo   av,  E   to  Tele 

graph   av,    bet    Nolan 

and  Walton. 

Brush,     N     s     South 

Front,  N  to  San  Pablo 

av,     bet    Castro     and 

West. 

East.       Street. 
602     First. 
652     Second. 
702     Third. 
752     Fourth. 
802     Fifth. 
826     Sixth. 
852     Seventh. 
902    Eighth. 
952     Ninth. 
1002     Tenth. 
1052     Eleventh. 
1102     Twelfth. 
1152     Thirteenth. 
1202     Fourteenth. 
1252     Fifteenth. 
1302     Sixteenth. 


1352     Seventeenth. 
1402    Eighteenth. 
C,  W  s  Beach,  W  to  W 

Front,  N  of  A. 
Caledonia  Avenue 
W  s  Telegraph  av,  W 
to    Grove,   bet  Albion 
and  Campbell. 
Campbell,  N  s  South 
Front,  bet  Lewis  and 
Willow  t&_  Peralta,  and 
bat  Peralia   and    Wil 
low  to  Beach. 
East.       Street. 
202     State. 
302     Fulton. 
402     Pearl. 
452     Eagle. 
502     Hudson. 
552     Water. 
602     First. 
652     Second. 
702     Third. 
752    Fourth. 
802     Fifth. 
826     William. 
852    Railroad  aveniae 
902     Division. 
936     Chase. 
966     Taylor. 
1002     Seward. 
1062     Lincoln. 
1102     Twelfth. 
1202     Fourteenth. 
1302    Sixteenth. 
1402     Eighteenth. 
1502     Twentieth. 
1602     Twenty-second. 
Campbell    (or    Thir- 
tieth),    NE     s     San 
Pablo   av,  E  to   Tele- 
graph   av,   bet    Alden 
and  Rowland. 
Castro,     N    s     South 
Front,  N  to  San  Pablo 
av,     bet     Grove     and 
Brush. 
East.       Street. 
602     First. 
652     Second. 
702     Third. 
752     Fourth. 
802     Fifth. 
826     Sixth. 
852     Seventh. 
902     Eighth. 
952     Ninth. 
1002     Tenth. 
1052     Eleventh. 


1102  Twelfth. 

1152  Thirteenth. 

1202  Fourteenth. 

1252  Fifteenth. 

1302  Sixteenth. 

1352  Seventeenth. 

1402  Eighteenth. 
Cedar,N  s  South  Front, 

N  to  Beach,  bet  Pine 
and  Bay. 

East.       Street. 

202  State. 

302  Fulton. 

402  Pearl. 

452  Eagle, 

502  Hudson. 

552  Water. 

602  First. 

652  Second. 

702  Third. 

752  Fourth. 

802  Fifth. 

826  William. 

852  Railroad  av. 

902  Division. 

934  Chase. 

966  Taylor. 

1002  Seward. 

1052  Lincoln. 

1102  Twelfth. 

1202  Fourteenth. 

1302  Sixteenth. 

1402  Eighteenth. 

1502  Twentieth. 

1602  Twenty-second. 
Center,     N     s    South 
Front,    N    to    Peralta 

and  Eighteenth,    bet 
Cypress  and  Chester. 

East.       Street, 

202  State. 

302  Fulton. 

402  Pearl. 

452  Eagle. 

502  Hudson. 

552  Water. 

602  First. 

652  Second. 

702  Third. 

752  Fourth. 

802  Atlantic. 

826  William. 

852  Railroad  av. 

902  Eighth. 

1002  Tenth. 

1102  Twelfth. 

1202  Fourteenth. 

1302  Sixteenth. 

1402  Eighteenth. 


STREET    GUIDE. 


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Charles,  fm  E  s  Thir 
tesnth  av,  E  to  city 
limits,  bet  Huff  and 
Henry . 

Charter  (or  Twenty 
second),  fm  San  Pablo 
av  to  Telegraph  av,  bet 
Jones  and  Locust. 

Chase,  W  s  Peralta,  W 
to  West  Front,  bet  Div 
ision  and  Taylor. 
North.       Street. 
1652     Campbell. 
1702     Willow. 
1752     Wood. 
1802     Pine. 
1852     Cedar. 
1902    Bay. 

Chester,    N    s    South 
Front,    N    to    Peralta 
and     Fourteenth,    bet 
Center  and  Henry. 
Fast.       Street, 

202     State. 

302     Pulton. 

402     Pearl. 

452     Eagle. 

502     Hudson. 

552     Water. 

602     First. 

652     Second. 

702     Third. 

752     Fourth. 

802     Atlantic. 

826     William. 

852     Railroad  av. 

902     Eighth. 
1002     Tenth. 
1102     Twelfth. 
1202     Fourteenth. 
Chestnut.  N  s  South 
Front,     NW     to     San 
Pablo  av,   bet  Linden 
and  Adeline. 
Clay,  N  s  South  Front, 
N  to  San  Pablo  av,  bet 
Washington   and    Jef- 
ferson. 

East.       street. 

602     First. 

652     Second. 

702     Third.    . 

752     Foufth. 

802    Fifth. 

826     Sixth. 

852     Seventh. 

902    Eighth. 

952     Ninth. 
1002     Tenth. 


1052     Eleventh. 

1102     Twelfth. 

1152     Thirteenth. 

1202     Fourteenth. 

1252     Fifteenth. 

1302     Sixteenth. 
Clinton,    E     s     Thir- 
teenth   av  or   County 
Road,  E  to  city  limits, 
N  of  Grant. 
College    Block,  bet 
Twelfth      and      Four- 
teenth,   Franklin    and 
Harrison. 
Commerce,     fm    La- 
rue's Wharf,  N  to  East 
Fifteenth. 
Corel,  W  s  Concord  to 
.  Moss,  bet  Summer  and 

Crystal. 

Crystal,  W  s  Concord 

to  Moss,  bet  Corel  and 

Planey. 

Curtis,  N  s  Eighteenth 

to  Twenty-second,  bet 

Market  and  West.' 

Cypress,   N    s    South 

Front,    N   to    Twenty 

second,    bet    Kirkham 

and  Center. 

East.       Street. 

202     State. 

302     Fulton. 

402     Pearl. 

452     Eagle. 

502     Hudson. 

552     Water. 

602     First. 

652     Second. 

702     Third. 

752     Fourth. 

802     Atlantic. 

826     William. 

852     Railroad  av. 

902     Eighth. 
1002     Tenth. 
1102     Twelfth. 
1202     Fourteenth. 
1302     Sixteenth. 
1402     Eighteenth. 
1502     Twentieth. 
1602     Twenty-second. 
Delger  (or  Twentieth) 
fm   San    Pablo   av   to 
Lake  Merritt,  bet  Fred- 
erick and  Hobart. 
Division,  fm  intersec- 
tion of  8th  and  Wood, 
W  to  West  Front. 


North.       Street. 
1802     Pine. 
1852     Cedar. 
1902     Bay. 

Durant,  bet  Telegraph 
av  and  Lake  Merritt, 
S  of  Fountain  Place. 

Eagle,  E  fm  Lake  Park 

Eagle,  W  s  Peralta,  W 
to  West  Front  bet  Pearl 
and  Water. 

East  Eighth,  E  s  4th 
av  to  6th  av  on  San 
Antonio  Creek. 

East  Eighteenth,  E 
s  4th  av  to  eastern  city 
limits,  bet  East  17th 
and  East  19th. 

East  Eleventh,  E  s 
1st  av  to  Larue's  Wharf 
bet  East  10th  and  East 
12th. 

East  Fifteenth,  E  s 
Lake  Merritt  to  eastern 
city  limits  bet  East  14th 
and  East  16th. 

East  Fourteenth,  E 
s  Lake  Merritt  to  east- 
ern city  limits  bet  East 
12th  and  East  15th. 

East  Front,  N  s  South 
Front  N  to  Lake  Mer- 
ritt. 

East  Nineteenth,  E 
s  4th  av  to  eastern  city 
limits  bet  East  18th  and 
East'  20th. 

East  Ninth,  E  s  3d  av 
to  8th  av,  bet  East  8th 
and  East  10th. 

East  Seventeenth, 
E  s  4th  av  to  eastern 
city  limits  bet  East  16th 
and  East  18th. 

East  Sixteenth.  E  s 
Lake  Merritt  to  eastern 
city  limits  bet  East  15th 
and  East  17th. 

East  Tenth,  E  s  2d  av 
to  10th  av  bet  East  9th 
and  East  11th. 

East  Twelfth,  E  s 
Lake  Merritt  to  eastern 
city  limits  bet  East  11th 
and  East  13th. 

East  Twentieth,  E 
s  4th  av  to  eastern  city 
limits  bet  East  19th  and 
East  21st. 


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OAKLAND   DIRECTORY. 


East   Twenty-fifth, 

E  s  4th  av  to  eastern 
city  limits,  on  northern 
city  line. 
East    Twenty-first, 

E  s  4th  av  to  eastern 
citv  limits  bet  East  20th 
and  East  22d. 
East    Twenty-frth, 

E  s  4th  av  to  eastern 
city  limits  bet  East  23d 
and  East  25th. 
East      Twenty-sec- 
ond,  E  s  4th  av  to 
eastern  city  limits,  bet 
East  21st  and  East  23d 
East  Twenty-third, 
E  s  4th  av  to  eastern 
city  limits  bet  East  22d 
and  East  24th. 
Edward,  E  s  19th  av 

to  city  limits. 
Edwards,  E  fm  Tele- 
graph av  to  Creek  N  of 
Plymouth  av. 
Eighteenth,  W  s  San 
Pablo  av  to  Market  bet 
17th  and  19th,  and  W  s 
Market  to  West  Front, 
bet  16th  and  20th. 

North.       Street. 

652     Grove. 

702     Castro. 

752     Brush. 

802     West. 

902     Market. 

952     Myrtle. 
1002     Filbert. 
1052     Linden. 
1102     Chestnut. 
1152     Adeline. 
1202     Magnolia.    ' 
1252     Union. 
1302     Poplar. 
1352     Kirkham. 
1402     Cypress. 
1452     Center. 
1652     Campbell. 
1702     Willow. 
1752     Wood. 
1802     Pine. 
1852     Cedar. 
1902     Bay. 

Eighteenth  Ave- 
nue, N  fm  San  Anto- 
nio Creek  to  East  21st, 
bet  17th  and  19th  avs. 


Eighth,  W  s  East  Front 
to  Market,  bet  7th  and 
9th,  and  W  s  Market 
to  Wood,  bet  Railroad 
av  and  10th. 

North.        Street. 

52    Fallon 

102     Oak. 

152     Madison. 

202    Jackson. 

252     Alice. 

302     Harrison. 

352     Webster. 

402     Franklin. 

452     Broadway. 

502     Washington. 

552     Clay. 

602    Jefferson. 

652     Grove. 

702     Castro. 

752     Brush. 

902     Market. 

952     Myrtle. 
1002     Filbert. 
1052     Linden. 
1102     Chestnut. 
1152     Adeline. 
1202     Magnolia. 
1252     Union. 
1302     Poplar. 
1352     Kirkham. 
1402     Cypress. 
1452     Center. 
1502     Chester. 
1552     Henry. 
1602     Lewis. 
1652     Campbell. 
1702     Willow. 
1752     Wood. 
Eighth   Avenue,  fm 
San  Antonio  creek  N 
to  East  20th,  bet  7th 
and  9th  avs. 
Eleventh,  W  s  East 
Front  to  Market,    bet 
10th  and  12th. 

North,       Street. 

52     Fallon, 
102     Oak. 
152     Madison. 
202     Jackson. 
252    Alice. 
302     Harrison. 
352     Webster. 
402    Franklin. 
452    Broadway. 
502     Washington. 
552     Clay. 
602     Jefferson. 


652     Grove.  • 

702     Castro. 

752     Brush. 

902     Market. 
Eleventh    Avenue, 

fm  San  Antonio  creek 

N  to  Charter,  bet  10th 

and  12th  avs. 
Elm  (or  Twenty-fourth) 

fm   San   Pablo  av   to 

Grove,    and   fm    Tele- 
graph  av  to  Webster, 

bet  Locust  and  Laurel. 
Elm   Avenue,  N  fm 

Plymouth  av    to    Ed- 
wards,  bet    Telegraph 

av  and  Andover. 
Falcon,    E    fm    Lake 

Park. 
Fallon,    N    s     South 

Front,  N  to  Lake  Mer- 

rit/bet  East  Front  and 

Oak. 
East.       Street. 

602     First. 

652     Second. 

702     Third. 

752    Fourth. 

802     Fifth. 

826     Sixth. 

852     Seventh. 

902    Eighth. 

952     Ninth. 
1002     Tenth. 
1052     Eleventh. 
1102     Twelfth. 
1152     Thirteenth. 
1202     Fourteenth. 
Fifteenth,   W  s  San 

Pablo   av  to    Market, 

bet  14th  and  16th. 

North.       Street 

552     Clay. 

602    Jefferson. 

652     Grove. 

702     Castro. 

752     Brush. 

802     West. 
Fifteenth   Avenue, 

fm  N  s  East  12th,  N  to 

East  19th> 
Fifth,  W  s*  East  Front 

to  Market,  bet  4th  and 

6th,  and   W  s  Market 

to  Peralta,  bet  3d  and 

Railroad  av. 

North.       Street. 
52     Fallon. 

102     Oak. 


STREET   GUIDE. 


75 


152     Madison. 

202    Jackson. 

252     Alice. 

302     Harrison. 

352     Webster. 

402^  Franklin. 

452    Broadway. 

502     Washington. 

552     Clay. 

602     Jefferson. 

652     Grove. 

702    Castro. 

752     Brush. 

902     Market. 
Fittli    Avenue,    San 

Antonio   creek   to  4th 

av  road,  bet  4th   and 

6  th  a  vs. 
Filbert,    N    s    South 

Front  NW  to   San  Pa- 
blo av,  bet  Myrtle  and 

Linden. 
Fillmore,  E  fm  Lake 

Park. 

First,  W  s  East  Front  to 

Market,  bet  Water  and 

2d,  and    fm     Market 

W  to  West  Front,  bet 

Hudson  and  3d. 
North.       Street. 

52  Fallon. 

102  Oak. 

152  Madison. 

202  Jackson. 

252  Alice. 

302  Harrison. 

352  Webster. 

402  Franklin. 

452  Broadway, 

502  Washington. 

552  Clay. 

602  Jefferson. 

652  Grove. 

702  Castro. 

752  Brugh. 

902  Market. 

952  Myrtle. 

1002  Filbert. 

1052  Linden. 

1102  Chestnut. 

1152  Adeline. 

1202  Magnolia. 

1252  Union. 

1302  Poplar. 

1352  Kirkham. 

1402  Cyprus. 

1452  Center. 

1502  Chester. 


1552     Henry. 

1602     Lewis. 

1652     Campbell. 

1702     Willow. 

1752    Wood. 

1802     Pine. 

1852     Cedar. 

1902  Bay. 
First  Avenue,  from 
San  Antonio  creek  N 
to  LakeMerritt  by  east- 
ern terminus  of  12th  at 
bridge. 

Fountain  Place,  bet 

20th,  Durant,  Tele- 
graph av  and  Franklin. 
Fourteenth,  W  s  East 
Front  to  Market,  bet 
13th  and  15th,  and  W 
s  Market  to  West  Front 
bet  12th  and  16th. 

North.       Street. 
52    Fallon. 

102     Oak. 

152     Madison. 

202'    Jackson. 

252     Alice. 

302     Harrison. 

352     Webster. 

402     Franklin. 

452     Broadway. 

502     Washington. 

552     Clay. 

602     Jefferson. 

652     Grove. 

702     Castro. 

752     Brush. 

802     West. 

902     Market. 

952     Myrtle. 
1002     Filbert. 
1052     Linden. 
1102     Chestnut. 
1152     Adeline. 
1202     Magnolia. 
1252     Union. 
1302     Poplar. 
1352     Kirkham. 
1402     Cypress. 
1452     Center. 
1502     Peralta. 
1552     Henry. 
1652     Campbell. 
1702     Willow. 
1752     Wood. 
1802     Pine. 
1852     Cedar.     . 
1902     Bay. 


Fourth,W  s  East  Front 
to  Market,  bet  Third 
and  Fifth. 

North.       Street. 
52     Fallon. 
102     Oak. 
152     Madison. 
202    Jackson. 
252    Alice. 
302     Harrison. 
352     Webster. 
402     Franklin. 
452     Broadway. 
502     Washington. 
552    Clay. 
602    Jefferson. 
652    Grove. 
702     Castro. 
752     Brush. 
902     Market. 

Fourth  Avenue,  fm 

San  Antonio  Creek  to 
Lake  Merritt,  bet  Third 
and  Fifth  avs. 
Franklin,  N  s  South 
Front,  N  to  Walnut, 
bet  Webster  and  Broad- 
way. 

East.       Street 

602     First. 

652    Second. 

702     Third. 

752     Fourth. 

802     Fifth. 

826     Sixth. 

852     Seventh. 

902     Eighth. 

952     Ninth. 
1002     Tenth. 
1052    Eleventh. 
1102    Twelfth. 
1152     Thirteenth. 
1202     Fourteenth. 
Franklin     Square, 
bet  Fourth  and  Fifth, 
Franklin     and    Wash- 
ington. 
Frederick,    bet    San 
Pablo   and    Telegraph 
avs  S  of  William. 
Fulton,    W    s     South 
Front  W  to  West  Front, 
bet  State  and  Pearl. 
North.       Street. 
1202     Magnolia. 
1252     Union. 
1302     Poplar. 
1352     Kirkham. 
1402     Cypress, 


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OAKLAND    DIRECTORY. 


Center. 

Chester. 

Henry. 

Lewis. 

Campbell. 

Willow. 

Wood. 

Pine. 

Cedar. 


1452 
1502 
1552 
1602 
1652 
1702 
1752 
1802 
1852 
1902 

Grant,  E  s  Thirteenth 
av,  or  County  Road, 
E  to  city  limits,  bet 
Montgomery  and  Clin- 
ton. 

Goss,  W  s  Wood  W  to 
West    Front,    bet    At 
lantic  and  Railroad  av 
North.       Street. 
1752     Wood. 
1802     Pine. 
1852     Cedar. 
1902     Bay. 

Grove,N  s  South  Front 
N  to  San  Pablo  av,  bet 
Jefferson  and  Castro. 

East.        Street. 

602     First. 

652     Second. 

702     Third. 

752     Fourth. 

802     Fifth. 

826     Sixth. 

852     Seventh. 

902     Eighth. 

952     Ninth. 
1002     Tenth. 
1052     Eleventh. 
1102     Twelfth. 
1152     Thirteenth. 
1202     Fourteenth. 
1252    Fifteenth. 
1302     Sixteenth. 
1352     Seventeenth. 
1402     Eighteenth. 
Halleck,      NW      fm 
Twenty-eighth  to   city 
limits,  bet  Beach   and 
Hubbard. 
Harrison,  N  s  South 
Front,    bet  Alice    and 
Webster,    N    to    Lake 
Merritt. 
East.       Street. 
602     First. 
652     Second. 
702     Third. 
752     Fourth. 
802    Fifth. 


826 

Sixth. 

852 

Seventh. 

902 

Eighth. 

952 

Ninth. 

1002 

Tenth. 

1052 

Eleventh. 

1102 

Twelfth. 

1152 

Thirteenth. 

1202 

Fourteenth. 

Harrison     Square, 

bet  Sixth  and  Seventh, 

Harrison  and  Alice. 

Haven,  NWfm  Peralta 

to   city   limits,  NE   oJ 

Hollis. 

Hawthorne       Ave- 

nue. 

NE  fm  Telegraph 

av  to 

Broadway. 

Henry,   N  s   South 

Front  N  to  Peralta  and 

10th, 

bet   Chester  and 

Lewis 

East. 

Street. 

202 

State. 

302 

Fulton. 

402 

Pearl. 

452 

Eagle. 

502 

Hudson. 

552 

Water. 

602 

First. 

652 

Second. 

702 

Third. 

752 

Fourth. 

802 

Atlantic. 

826 

William . 

852 

Railroad  av. 

902 

Eighth. 

1002 

Tenth. 

Henry,  fm  E  s  17th  av 
E  to  city  limits,  bet 
Charles  and  Edward. 

Hobart  (or  Twenty- 
first)  E  s  San  Pablo  av 
to  Broadway,  bet  Del- 
ger  and  Jones. 

Holden,  NW  fm  Pe- 
ralta to  city  limits  bet 
Horton  and  Hollis. 

Hollis,  NW  fm  Peralta 
to  city  limits  bet  Hoi 
den  and  Haven. 

Horton,  NW  fm  Peral- 
ta to  city  limits  bet 
Hubbard  and  Holden. 

Hubbard,  NW  fm  Pe- 
ralta to  city  limits  bet 
Halleck  and  Horton. 


Hudson,  W  s  South 
Front  W  to  West  Front 
be.t  Pearl  and  First. 

North.       Street. 
952     Myrtle. 
1002    Filbert. 
1052     Linden. 
1102     Chestnut.' 
1152     Adeline. 
1202     Magnolia. 
1252     Union. 
1302     Poplar. 
1352     Kirkham. 
1402     Cypress. 
1452     Center. 
1502     Chester. 
1552     Henry.  • 

1602     Lewis. 
1652     Campbell. 
1702     Willow. 
1752     Wood. 
1802     Pine. 
1852     Cedar. 
1902     Bay. 
Huff,  fm  E  s  13th  av  E 
to  city  limits  bet  Strat- 
ton  and  Charles. 
Independence 
Square,   bet  East 
16th,   East   19th,    16th 
and  18th  avs. 
Jackson,   N  s   South 
Front  bet  Madison  and 
Alice  N  to  Lake  Mer- 
ritt. 

East.       Street. 
602     First. 
652     Second. 
702     Third. 
752     Fourth. 
802     Fifth. 
826     Sixth. 
852     Seventh. 
902     Eighth. 
952     Ninth. 
1002     Tenth. 
1052     Eleventh. 
1102     Twelfth. 
1152     Thirteenth. 
1202     Fourteenth. 
Jefferson,  N  s  South 
Front  N  to  San  Pablo 
av  bet  Clay  and  Grove. 
East.       Street. 
602     First. 
652     Second. 
702     Third. 
752     Fourth. 
802    Fifth. 


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826     Sixth. 

852     Seventh. 

902     Eighth. 

952     Ninth. 
1002     Tenth. 
1052     Eleventh. 
1102     Twelfth. 
1152     Thirteenth. 
1202     Fourteenth. 
1252     Fifteenth. 
1302     Sixteenth. 
1352     Seventeenth. 
1402     Eighteenth. 
Jefferson     Square, 
bet  5th  and  6th,  Grove 
and  Jefferson. 
Jones,    frn   San   Pablo 
av  to  Telegraph  av  bet 
Hobart  and  Charter. 
Kirkham,  N  s  South 
Front  N  to  Peralta  bet 
Poplar  and  Cypress. 

East.       Street. 

202     State. 

302     Fulton. 

402     Pearl. 

452     Eagle. 

502     Hudson. 

552     Water. 

602     First. 

652     Second. 

702     Third. 

752     Fourth. 

802     Atlantic. 

826     William. 

852     Railroad  av. 

902     Eighth. 
1002     Tenth. 
1102     Twelfth. 
1202     Fourteenth. 
1302     Sixteenth. 
1402     Eighteenth. 
1502     Twentieth. 
1602     Twenty-second. 
Knox,  W  s  Telegraph 

av  W  to  Knox  Place. 
Lafayette    Square, 
bet     10th     and     11th, 
Grove  and  Jefferson. 
Lake  Plaza,  bet  East 
15th  and  East  16th,  2d 
and  3d  avs. 
Lake  Shore  Ave- 
nue,   northward    fm 
Lake  Merritt  to  Hunt's 
Tract. 
Lake  Side  Avenue, 
along     southwesterly 
side  of  Lake  Merritt. 


Laurel  (or  Twenty- 
fifth)  fm  San  Pablo  av 
to  Grove  and  fm  Tele- 
graph av  to  Webster, 
bet  Elm  and  Sycamore. 
Lewis,  N  s  South 
Front.  N  to  Peralta 
and  Fifth,  bet  Henry 
and  Campbell. 

Bast.       Street. 

202     State. 

302     Fulton. 

402     Pearl. 

452     Eagle. 

502     Hudson. 

552    Water. 

602     First. 

652     Second. 

702     Third. 

752     Fourth. 

802  Fifth. 
Liberty,  W  s  Concord 
to  Moss,  bet  Star  and 
Pacific. 
Lincoln,  W  s  Peralta, 
W  to  West  Front,  bet 
.Seward  and  Twelfth. 

North.       Street. 
1652     Campbell. 
1702     Willow. 
1752     Wood. 
1802     Pine. 
1852     Cedar. 
1902     Bay. 

Lincoln,  E  s  Thir- 
teenth av  or  County 
Road  E  to  city  limits, 
S  of  Montgomery. 

Lincoln  Square, 
bet  Eighth  and  Ninth, 
Madison  and  Oak. 

Linden,  N  s  South 
Front,  NW  to  San 
Pablo  av,  bet  Filbert 
and  Chestnut. 

Locnst  (  or  Twenty- 
third),  fm  San  Pablo 
av  to  Grove  and  fm 
Telegraph  av  to  Web- 
ster, bet  Chester  and 
Elm. 

Logan  (  or  Thirty- 
sixth),  fm  Market  to 
Telegraph  av,  on  line 
of  northern  city  limits. 

Lydia,  W  s  San  Pablo 
av  to  Market,  bet 
Twenty-first  and  Twen- 
tv-second. 


Madison,  N  s  South 
Front,  bet  Oak  and 
Jackson,  to  Lake  Mer- 
ritt. 

Bast.      Street. 

602     First. 

652     Second. 

702     Third. 

752     Fourth. 

802     Fifth. 

826     Sixth. 

852     Seventh. 

902     Eighth. 

952     Ninth. 
1002     Tenth. 
1052     Eleventh. 
1102     Twelfth. 
1152     Thirteenth. 
1202     Fourteenth. 

Magnolia,  N  s  South 
Front,  N  to  Thirty- 
sixth,  bet  Adeline  and 
Union. 

Market  (a  division 
street  between  sur- 
veys), N  s  South  Front, 
northwesterly  to  north- 
ern city  limits. 

Merrimac  Place, 
E  s  Telegraph  av,  N  of 
Bay  place. 

Montgomery,     E     s 

Thirteenth       av,       or 
County  Road,  E  to  city 
limits,  bet  Lincoln  and 
Grant. 
Moss,    western   bound- 
ary    of     Lake      Side 
Homestead. 
Myrtle,     N    s     South 
Front,    NW     to     San 
Pablo  av,  bet  Market 
and  Filbert. 
Nineteenth,  W  s  San 
Pablo  av    to    Market, 
bet     Eighteenth     and 
Twentieth. 

North        Street. 

652     Grove. 

702     Castro. 

752     Brush. 

802     West. 

Nineteenth  Avenue 

N  fm  San  Antonio 
Creek  to  Charter,  bet 
Eighteenth  and  Twen- 
tieth avs. 


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Ninth,  W  s  East  Front 
to  Market,  bet  Eighth 
and  Tenth. 

North.       Street. 
52     Fallon. 

102     Oak. 

152     Madison. 

202     Jackson. 

252     Alice. 

302     Harrison. 

352     Webster. 

402     Franklin. 

452     Broadway. 

502     Washington. 

552     Clay. 

602     Jefferson. 

652     Grove. 

702     Castro. 

752     Brush. 

902     Market. 
Ninth     Avenue,    fm 
San  Antonio  Creek,  N 
to  Charter,  bet  Eighth 
and  Tenth  ays. 
Nolan  (or  Thirty-third) 
NEs  San  Pablo  av,E  to 
Grove,  bet  Brockhurst 
and  Brown. 
Oak,  N  s  South  Front, 
bet   Fallon   and   Mad- 
ison, N  to  Lake  Mer- 
ritt. 

Fast.       Street. 

602     First. 

652     Second. 

702     Third. 

752     Fourth. 

802     Fifth. 

826     Sixth. 

852     Seventh. 

902     Eighth. 

952     Ninth. 
1003     Tenth. 
1052     Eleventh.     ■ 
1102     Twelfth. 
1152     Thirteenth. 
1202     Fourteenth. 
Oakland     Square, 
bet  10th  and  11th,  Har- 
rison and  Alice. 
Orchard     Avenue, 
from  Summit  E  to  cr'k 
N  of  Prospect  pi. 
Pacific,  N  s  Concord 
to  Moss,  N  of  Liberty. 
Park  (or   Twenty-sev- 
enth) fm  NEs  San  Pa- 
blo  av  to  Grove,   bet 
26th  and  28th. 


Park  Avenne,  from 
East  14th  southerly  to 
Alameda  park. 
Park  Avenue,  SEfm 
East  12th  to  country 
Pearl,  W  s  South  Front 
W  to  West  Front,  bet 
Fulton  and  Hudson, 
North.       Street. 
1052     Linden. 
1102     Chestnut. 
1152     Adeline. 
1202     Magnolia. 
1252     Union. 
1302     Poplar. 
1352     Kirkham. 
1402     Cypress. 
1452     Center. 
1502     Chester. 
1552     Henry. 
1602     Lewis. 
1652     Campbell. 
1702    Willow. 
1752     Wood. 
1802     Pine. 
1852     Cedar. 
1902     Bay. 
Peralta,    N  s    South 
Front,  N  to  San  Pablo 
av,   a  division  of  sur- 
veys. 

East.       Street. 
202     State. 
302     Fulton, 
402     Pearl. 
452     Eagle. 
502     Hudson. 
552     Water. 
602     First. 
652     Second. 
702     Third. 
752     Fourth. 
802     Atlantic. 
826     William. 
852     Seventh. 
902     Division. 
934     Chase. 
966     Taylor. 
1002     Seward. 
1052     Lincoln. 
1102     Twelfth. 
1202     Fourteenth. 
1302     Sixteenth. 
1402     Eighteenth. 
1502     Twentieth. 
1602     T  wenty-second. 
Peralta  (2d)  N  sLake 
Merritt  to   Clinton,  N 
of  Brooklyn. 


Pine,  N  s  South  Front, 
N  to  Beach,  bet  Wood 
and  Cedar. 

East.       Street. 

202     State. 

302     Fulton. 

402     Pearl. 

452     Eagle. 

502     Hudson. 

552    Water. 

602     First. 

652     Second. 

702     Third. 

752    Fourth. 

802     Atlantic. 

826     William. 

852     Seventh. 

902     Division. 

934    Chase. 

966     Taylor. 
1002     Seward. 
1052     Lincoln. 
1102     Twelfth. 
1202     Fourteenth 
1302     Sixteenth. 
1402     Eighteenth. 
1502     Twentieth. 
1602     Twenty-second. 
Planey,  W  s   Concord 
to  Moss,   bet   Crystal 
and  Star. 
Plaza,   bet  East  12th, 
East  14th,  6th  and  7th 
avs. 
Plymouth  Avenue, 
NE   fm   Telegraph   av 
to     Broadway,     N    of 
Hawthorne. 
Poplar.N  s  S  Front,  N 
to  Peralta,  bet  Union 
and  Kirkham. 
Prospect,   from  W  s 
Lake  Merritt  E  to  Clin- 
ton, N  of  Peralta. 
Prospect  Place,  E  s 
Telegraph  av,  bet  Mer- 
rimac  pi  and  Orchard 
av. 
Putnam,  E  from  Park 

av,  N  of  Warren. 
Railroad  Avenue 
(or  Seventh  street)  W 
s  Market,  W  to  West 
Front,  bet  6th  and  8th. 
North.       Street. 

902     Market. 

952  Myrtle. 
1002  Filbert. 
1052     Linden. 


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1102     Chestmit. 

1152     Adeline. 

1202     Magnolia. 

1252     Union. 

1302     Poplar. 

1352     Kirkham. 

1402     Cypress. 

1452     Center. 

1502     Chester. 

1552     Henry. 

1602     Lewis. 

1652     Campbell. 

1702     Willow. 

1752     Wood. 

1802     Pine. 

1852     Cedar. 

1902     Bay. 
Rowland,  NE  s  San 

Pablo   av,   E  to  Tele- 
graph av  bet  Campbell 
and  31st. 
San  Pablo  Avenue, 
fm  junction    of    Tele- 
graph av   and    Broad- 
way NW  to  city  limits. 
Second,W  s  East  Fm't 
to  Market,  bet  1st  and 
3d,   and   W    s    Peral- 
ta  to  West  Front,  bet 
Water  and  4th. 
Second  Avenue,  fm 
San  Antonio  Creek  to 
Lake   Merritt,  bet  1st 
and  Third  avs. 
Seventeenth, W  s  San 
Pablo  av  to  Market  bet 
16th  and  18th. 

North.       Street. 

602     Jefferson. 

652     Grove. 

702     Castro. 

752     Brush. 

802  West. 
Seventeenth  Ave- 
nue, N  fm  San  Anto- 
nio Creek  to  Charter, 
bet  16th  and  18th  avs. 
Seventh,  W  s  East 
Front  to  Market  bet  6th 
and  8th. 

North.       Street. 
52     Fallon. 

102     Oak. 

152     Madison. 

202    Jackson. 

252     Alice. 

302     Harrison. 

352    Webster. 


402     Franklin. 

452     Broadway. 

502     Washington. 

552     Clay. 

602     Jefferson. 

652     Grove. 

702     Castro. 

752     Brush. 

902  Market. 
Seventh  Avenue,  fm 
San  Antonio  Creek  N 
to  Charter,  bet  6th  and 
8th  avs. 
Seward,  W  s  Peralta 
W  to  West  Front,  bet 
Taylor  and  Lincoln. 

North.       Street. 
1652     Campbell. 
1702     Willow. 
1752     Wood. 
1802     Pine. 
1852     Cedar. 
1902     Bay. 

Short,  W  s  Division  W 

to   West   Front,    N   of 
Goss. 

North.  Street. 
1852  Cedar. 
1902     Bay. 

Sixteenth,  W  s  San 

Pablo  av  to  Market,  bet 
15th  and  17th. 

North.       Street. 

552  Clay. 

602  Jefferson. 

652  Grove. 

702  Castro. 

752  Brush. 

802  West. 

902  Market. 

952  Myrtle. 

1002  Filbert. 

1052  Linden. 

1102  Chestnut. 

1152  Adeline. 

1202  Magnolia. 

1252  Union. 

1302  Poplar. 

1352  Kirkham. 

1402  Cypress. 

1452  Center. 

1602  Peralta. 

1652  Campbell. 

1702  Willow. 

1752  Wood. 

1802  Pine. 

1852  Cedar. 

1902  Bay. 


Sixteenth  Avenue, 

N  fm  San  Antonio  Crk 
to  East  21st,  bet  15th 
and  17th  avs. 
Sixth,  W  s  East  Front 
to  Market,  bet  5th  and 
7th. 

North.       Street. 
52     Fallon. 

102     Oak. 

152     Madison. 

202     Jackson. 

252     Alice. 

302     Harrison. 

352     Webster. 

402     Franklin. 

452     Broadway. 

502     Washington. 

552     Clay. 

602     Jefferson, 

652     Grove. 

702     Castro. 

752     Brush. 

902     Market. 
Sixth     Avenue,    fm 
San  Antonio  Creek  N 
to  East   20th,  bet  5th 
and  7th  avs. 
South  Front,  N  s  San 
Antonio   Creek  W   fm 
East    Front    to    Clay, 
southwesterly  fm  Clay 
to  Kirkham,  thence  W 
to   West   Front,  form- 
ing southern  boundary 
of  the  citjr. 
Spring,  W  s   Concord 
to  Moss  S  of  Summer. 
Star,  W  s  Concord  to 
Moss,  bet  Planey  and 
Liberty. 
State,  W  s  South  Front 
W  to  West  Front,  bet 
Beach  and  Fulton. 
North.       Street. 
1252     Union. 
1302     Poplar. 
1352     Kirkham. 
1402     Cypress. 
1452     Center. 
1502     Chester. 
1552     Henry. 
1602     Lewis. 
1652     Campbell. 
1702     Willow. 
1752     Wood. 
1802     Pine. 
1852     Cedar. 
1902     Bay. 


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Stratton,  fmEs  13th 
av  E  to  city  limits,  bet 
Charles  and  Huff. 

Summer,  W  s  Concord 
to  Moss  bet  Spring  and 
Corel. 

Summit,  fm  Prospect 
Place  N. 

Summit,  N  s  Mound 
S  to  Henry. 

Sycamore,     fm     San 
Pablo  av,   E   to   Tele 
graph   av.   bet  Laurel 
and  Twenty-sixth. 

Taylor.  W  s  Peralta 
W  to  West  Front,  bet 
Chase  and  Seward 

Nortb.       Street. 

1652  Campbell. 
1702  Willow. 
1752  Wood. 
1802  Pine. 
1852  Cedar. 
1902  Bay. 
Tenth,  W  s  East  Front 
to  Market,  bet  Ninth 
and  Eleventh,  and  W  s 
Market  to  Peralta,  bet 
Eighth  and  Twelfth. 

North.       Street. 

52  Fallon. 

102  Oak. 

152  Madison. 

202  Jackson. 

252  Alice. 

302  Harrison. 

352  Webster. 

402  Franklin. 

452  Broadway. 

502  Washington 

552  Clay. 

602  Jefferson. 

652  Grove. 

702  Castro. 

752  Brush. 

902  Market. 

952  Myrtle. 

1002  Filbert. 

1052  Linden. 

1102  Chestnut. 

1152  Adeline. 

1202  Magnolia. 

1252  Union. 

1302  Poplar. 

1352  Kirkham. 

1402  Cypress. 

1452  Center. 

1502  Chester. 

1552  Henry. 


Tenth    Avenue,   fm 

San  Antonio  Creek,  N 
to  East  Twentieth,  bet 
Ninth  and  Eleventh 
avs. 

Third,  W  s  East  Front 
to  Market,  bet  Second 
and  Fourth,  and  W 
Market  to  Peralta,  bet 
First  and  Fifth,  and  W 
s  Peralta  to  West 
Front,  bet  Second  and 
Fourth. 

Third  Avenue,  fm 
San  Antonio  Creek  to 
Lake  Merritt,  bet  Sec- 
ond and  Fourth  avs. 

Thirteenth,  W  s  East 
Front  to  Market,  bet 
Twelfth  and  Four- 
teenth. 

North.       Street 
52     Fallon. 
102     Oak. 
152     Madison. 
202     Jackson. 
252     Alice. 
302     Harrison. 
352     Webster. 
402     Franklin. 
452     Broadway. 
502     Washington 
552     Clay. 
602     Jefferson. 
652     Grove. 
702     Castro. 
752     Brush. 
902     Market. 


Thirteenth  Avenue 

fm  San  Antonio  Creek 
N  to  Charter,  bet 
Twelfth  av  and  Com- 
merce. 

Thirtieth,  W  s  Mar 
ket  W  to  Peralta,  bet 
Twenty  -  eighth  and 
Thirty-second. 

Thirty  -  first,  NE  s 
San  Pablo  av  E  to 
Telegraph  av,  bet  Row- 
land and  Thirty- sec- 
ond. 

Thirty  -  fourth,  W  s 
Market  W  to  Peralta, 
bet  Thirty-second  and 
Thirty-sixth. 


Thirty-second,  W  s 

Telegraph  av  W  to 
Peralta,  bet  Thirty- 
first  and  Brockhurst 
and  Thirty  -  first  and 
Thirty-fourth. 

Thirty  -  sixth,  W  s 
Market  W  to  Peralta, 
aleng  northern  bound- 
ary of  city. 

Twelfth,  W  s  East 
Front  to  Market,  bet 
Eleventh  and  Thir- 
teenth, and  W  s  Mar- 
ket to  Peralta,  bet 
Tenth  and  Fourteenth. 

Twelfth  Avenue,  fm 
San  Antonio  Creek  N 
to  East  Twentieth,  bet 
Eleventh  and  Thir- 
teenth avs. 

Twentieth,  W  s  San 
Pablo  av  to  Market, 
bet  Nineteenth  and 
Twenty-first,  and  W  s 
Market  to  W  Front, 
bet  Eighteenth  and 
Twenty-second 

Twentieth  Avenue, 
N  fm  San  Antonio 
Creek  to  East  Twenty- 
first,  bet  Nineteenth 
and  Twenty-first  avs. 

Twenty-eighth,  W  s 
Market  W  to  Beach, 
bet  Twenty  -  sixth  and 
Thirtieth.      - 

Twenty  -  first,  W  s 
San  Pablo  "av  to  Mar- 
ket, bet  Twentieth  and 
Twenty-rsecond. 

Twenty-first  Ave- 
nue, N  fm  Central 
Pacific  R.R.to  Charter, 
bet  Twentieth  and 
Twenty-second. 

Twenty-fourth,  W  s 

Market  W  to  West 
Front,  bet  Twenty-sec- 
ond and  Twenty-sixth. 

Twenty  -  second,  W 

s  San  Pablo  av  to  Mar- 
ket, N  of  Lydia  and  W 
s  Market  to  West  Front, 
N  of  Twentieth. 


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Twenty-second  Av- 
enue, fm  Central 
Pacific  R.  R.  to  East 
Twenty  -  first,  bet 
Twenty-first  and  Twen- 
ty-third avs. 

Twenty  -  sixth.  W  s 
Market  W  to  West 
Front,  bet  Twenty, 
fourth  and  Twenty 
eighth. 

Union,  N  s  South 
Front,  N  to  Peralta, 
bet  Magnolia  and  Pop- 
lar. 

Union,  N  s  Mound,  S 
to  Edward. 

Union  Place,  bet 
East  12th,  San  Anton- 
io Creek,  Commerce 
and  15th  av. 

Wallace  (or  Twenty- 
eighth)  NE  s  San  Pa- 
blo av  to  Grove,  bet 
Park  and  Alden. 

Walnut,  fm  E  s  Tele- 
graph av  E  to  Webster, 
bet  Walnut  and  Elm. 

Walton  (or  Thirty 
fifth)  fm  E  s  Market  E 
to  Telegraph  av,  bet 
Brown  and  Logan. 

Warren,  E  fm  Park 
av  bet  Franklin  and 
Putnam. 

Washington,      N    s 

South  Front  N  to  14th, 
bet  Broadway  and  Clay 

Bart.       street. 

602    First. 

652     Second. 

702    Third. 

752     Fourth. 

802    Fifth. 

826     Sixth. 

852     Seventh. 

902     Eighth. 

952     Ninth. 
1002     Tenth. 
1052    Eleventh. 
1102     Twelfth. 
1152    Thirteenth 
1202     Fourteenth. 


Washingt'nSquare 

bet  4th  and  5th, 
Washington  andBroad 
way. 
Water,  from  W  s  East 
Front  W  to  Market  bet 
South  Front  and  1st, 
and  W  s  Peralta  to 
West  Front,  bet  Eagle 
and  Second. 

Webster,  N  s  South 
Front,  N  to  20th,  bet 
Harrison  and  Franklin 

East.       Street. 

602     First. 

652     Second. 

702    Third. 

752     Fourth. 

802     Fifth. 

826     Sixth. 

852     Seventh. 

902     Eighth. 

952     Ninth. 
1002     Tenth. 
1052     Eleventh. 
1102     Twelfth. 
1152     Thirteenth. 
1202     Fourteenth. 

West,  N  fm  intersect'n 
of  5th  and  Market  to 
22d,  and  fm  26th  to  N 
city  limits. 

West    Front,    N 

South  Front,  N  to  city 
limits. 

Wilcox    Place,    bet 

Telegraph  av,  20th  and 
21st. 

William,  W  s  Peralta 
W  to  West  Front,  bet 
Atlantic  'and  R.  R.  av. 

North.       Street. 

1652  Campbell. 

1702  Willow. 

1752  Wood. 

1802  Pine. 

1852  Cedar. 

1902  Bay. 

William,  bet  San  Pa- 
blo and  Telegraph  avs, 
N  of  Frederick. 


Willow,  N  s  .  South 
Front  bet  Campbell 
and  Wood,  N  to  Beach. 

East.      Street. 

202    State. 

302     Fulton. 

402    Pearl. 

452     Eagle. 

502     Hudson. 

552     Water. 

602     First. 

652     Second. 

702     Third. 

752     Fourth. 

802     Fifth. 

826     William. 

852     Railroad  av 

902     Division. 

934     Chase. 

966     Taylor. 
1002     Seward. 
1052     Lincoln. 
1102     Twelfth. 
1202     Fourteenth. 
1302     Sixteenth. 
1402     Eighteenth. 
1502     Twentieth. 
1602     Twenty-second. 
Wood,  N  s  South Frn't 
N  to  Beach,  bet  Wil- 
low and  Pine. 
East.       Street. 

202  State. 

302  Fulton. 

402  Pearl. 

452  Eagle. 

502  Hudson. 

552  Water. 

602  First. 

652  Second. 

702  Third. 

752  Fourth. 

802  Fifth. 

826  William. 

852  Railroad  av. 

902  Division. 

934  Chase. 

966  Taylor. 

1002  Seward. 

1052  Lincoln. 

1102  Twelfth. 

1202  Fourteenth. 

1302  Sixteenth. 

1402  Eighteenth. 

1502  Twentieth. 

1602  Twenty-  second. 


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SIX  DEPARTMENTS. 

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J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  Ice,  469  Ninth  st. 


Oakland  Directory 


FOR  1876-7. 


ABBBEVIATIOITS. 

bet between        E East 

cor  corner        E  s East  side 

res resides        N North 

s side        NE North-east 

E  O East  Oakland        NW North-west 

WO West  Oakland        S South 

W  D  Co .  .  .  Western  Develop-         SE South-east 

ment  Co        SW South-west 

W  B West  Berkeley       W West 


A 

Aaron  David,  pedler,  res  855  Clay 

Abbey  Richard,  mining,  res  819  Webster 

Abbey  William  Mrs.,  res  819  Webster 

Abbott  Charles,  carpenter,  res  957  Third 

Abbott  Joseph,  res  957  Third 

Abbott  Joseph  E.,  carpenter,  res  957  Third 

Abbott  Mary  M.,  widow,  res  725  Filbert 

Abel  George,  res  S  s  Seward  bet  Pine  and  Wood 

Abele  Adam,  res  E  s  Chester  bet  W  Fifth  and  Seventh 

Abele  M.  Mrs.,  midwife,  res  E  s  Chester  bet  W  Fifth  and 

Seventh 
Able  Charles,  master  mariner,  N  s  Bristol  nr  Eighth,  W.  B. 
Abrego  Ysmael,  salesman  with  Linforth,  Kellogg  &  Co.,  (S. 

F.)  res  West  Oakland  Lodging  House 
Abrott  Carsten,  teamster,  res  cor  San  Pablo  and  Nolan 
Achard  Charles,  carriage  trimmer,  367  Eleventh 
Acheson  John,  farmer,  res  cor  Shattuck  and  University  av, 

W.  B. 
Acker  A.,  carpenter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W.  O. 
Acker  E.  M.,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills 
Ackerly  Benjamin  Bev.,  rector  St.  John's  Episcopal  Church, 

res  W  s  Adeline  between  W  Fourteenth  and  W  Fifteenth 
Adams  A.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Adams  Charles  W.0  carpenter,  res  S  s  Chase  nr  Willow,  W.O. 


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Adams  David  L.,  carpenter,  res  753  Webster 

Adams  Edson,  real  estate  (S.  F.)  res  Bay  nr  Broadway 

Adams  Frank  J.,  postmaster  Berkeley,  postoffice  and  res  W 

s  Telegraph  av  near  Fifty-first 
Adams,  George,  laborer  with  J.  Stimpson,  res  510  Seventh 
Adams  George  A.,  bookkeeper  with  Olney  &  Co.,  res  753 

Webster 
Adams  John  M.,  clerk  with  E.  H.  Hyde,  res  Knox  House 
Adams  John  B.,  bridge  superintendent  C.  P.  B.   B.,  res 

Tremont  House 
Adams  John  S.,  physician  and  surgeon,   1004  Broadway, 

rooms  12-13,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  nr  7th  av 
Adams  Mary  J.,  domestic,  N  s  Twentieth  nr  Broadway 
Adams  M.  M.  Miss,  school  teacher,  res  520  Eleventh  av,  E.O. 
Adams  Otto  N.,  horse  trainer,  res  San  Leandro  road,  three 

miles  from  E.  O. 
Adams  Bichard,  carpenter,  res  417  Seventh 
Adams  Bobert  H.,  clerk,  res  N  s  Brown  nr  Grove 
Adams  S.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  nr  Clay 
ADAMS  WTT.T.TATVT  Qmj  housemover  and  raiser,  cor  Nine- 
teenth and  Market,  res  cor  Curtis  and  Nineteenth 
Adamson  I.  N.,  grainer,  res  S  s  Chase  nr  Willow,  W.  O. 
Adamson  Margaret  Miss,  dressmaker,  461  Ninth 
Addington  D.  C,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  res  E  s 

Telegraph  av  nr  Twenty-third 
Addison  J.  B.,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  Eland 

House 
Adie  Mary  E.  Mrs.,  res  41  Valley 

AGAKD  A.  H.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  SE  cor  Ninth 
and  Broadway,  res  W  s  Alice  bet  Fifteenth  and  Six- 
teenth 
Agerter  Solomon,  laborer,  res  cor  Fifth  and  Folsom,  W.  B. 
Aheam  John  J.,  carpenter,  res  701  Washington 
Ahein  Daniel,  laborer  Western  Development  Co. 
Ahem  Peter,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Seventeenth  and  Jeffer- 
son 
Ahern  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Seventeenth  and  Grove 
Ahlert  Bobert,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Aien  Christian,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  Grove 
Aimes  John,  brakeman  C.  P.  B.  B. 
Ainsworth  A.  G.  A.,  res  NE  cor  Tenth  and  Jefferson 
Ainsworth  Fred.  W.,  stationer  (S.  F.)  res  1228  Broadway 
Ainsworth  H.  A.,  machinehand  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Ainsworth  Henry  W.,  res  661  Washington 
Ainsworth  Peter,  slipper  manufacturer  (S.  F.)  res  SE  cor 
Willow  and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 

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OAKLAND    [A]    DIRECTORY.  85 

Airly  Michael,  track  layer C.  P. K.  ft.,  res  Railroad Exhange 
Hotel,  W.  O. 

Akerly  Benjamin,  D.D.,  rector  St.  John's  Church  and  school 
director,  res  SW  cor  Adeline  and  Sixteenth 

Akerly  Ben.  M.,  clerk  with  W.  B.  Hardy,  res  NW  cor  Six- 
teenth and  Adeline 

Alameda  County  Branch  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co.  (fire, 
S.  F.)  R.  H.  Magill  manager,  H.  A.  Craig  secretary,  SE 
cor  Broadway  and  Ninth 

ALAMEDA  COUNTY  WEEKLY  GAZETTE,  Bishop  & 
Powers  publishers  and  proprietors,  911  Broadway 

Alameda  Macadamizing  Co.,  F.  E.  Weston  president,  office 
954  Broadway 

Albertson  W.  T.,  machinehand  Brooklyn  Planing  Mill,  res 
16th  av  bet  East  Fourteenth  and  East  Fifteenth,  E.  O. 

Albrecht  August  (Schroder  &  Albrecht,  S.  F.)  res  N  s  Eighth 
bet  Willow  and  Campbell,  W.  O. 

Albridge  James  H.,  engineer  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res  N  s 
Third  bet  Brush  and  Castro 

Alden  B.  W.,  teamster  with  H.  M.  Ames,  res  Ames'  Butch- 
ertown 

Alden  Charles  E.,  cigars  and  tobacco,  459  Seventh,  res  729 
Myrtle 

Alden  S.  E.,  farmer,  res  N  s  Temescal  creek  nr  Temescal 

Aldis  Edward,  shoemaker,  res  S  s  Eighth  bet  Willow  and 
CampbeU,  W.  O. 

Aldrich  Abbie  F.  Miss,  principal  Lafayette  School,  res  Man- 
sion House 

Aldrich  C.  A.,  salesman  Cal.  Pottery  and  Terra  Cotta  Wks, 
res  Russell  House 

Aldrich  William,  police  officer,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  cor 
Twentieth 

Alexander  Andrew,  carpenter  Western  Development  Co. 

Alexander  Emeline,  Mrs.,  washing,  625  Tenth 

Alexander  Henry,  clothing,  1754  Railroad  av,  W.  0. 

ALEXANDER  ISADORE,  boots  and  shoes,  845  Broadway, 
res  S  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Twenty-first  and  Twenty- 
second 

Alexander  James,  expressman,  res  S  s  Cleveland  av  nr  Tel- 
egraph av 

Alexander  L.  L.,  superintendent  Manhattan  Marble  Co.  and 
School  Director,  res  NE  cor  Summit  and  Prospect  av 

Alexander  Mary  Miss,  teacher  Lafayette  School,  res  SW  cor 
Linden  and  Eighth 

Alexander  W.  G.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Market  and 
Twelfth 


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Alger  George  C,  carpenter,  res  Ss  Fifth  bet  Myrtle  and 

Filbert 
ALLEN  &  ARTMAN  (T.  H.  Allen  and  P.  Artman)  carriage 

making  and  horse  shoeing,  908  Franklin 
Allen  B.  B.,  conductor  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  N  s  Division  nr 

Wood,  W.  O. 
Allen  B.  B.  (Lucas  &  Allen)  res  Division  bet  Wood  and 
3  Pine,  W.  O. 

-d     Allen  Bernard,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  Twenty-eighth  and 
Elbert 
Allen   Charles  A.,  saloon   and  res,  N  s  University  av  nr 

Wharf   W  B 
Allen  CM.,  res  834  Franklin  * 
t     Allen  Edward,  porter  C.  P.  R.  R. 

Allen  Elihue,  stair  builder  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res  327 
Eleventh 

<2   .  Allen  George  S.,  bookkeeper  with  N.  S.  Arnold  &  Co.  (S.F.) 
£  res  814  Fourteenth 

«i     Allen  Gilbert  P.,  boatman  Lake  Merritt  boat  house 

Allen  Hyram  E.,  student  University  of  California 
rf     Allen  James,  master  mariner,  res  202  Thirty-ninth,  E.  O. 
Allen  Lawrence,  hostler  with  Newland  &,  Pumyea,  res  426 

Seventh 
Allen  Louise  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  Grammar  School,  res 
cor  Adeline  and  San  Pablo  av 
P     Allen  Margaret,  widow,  res  S  s  Fifth  nr  Chester 
S     Allen  M.  W,  proprietor  Oakland  Carriage  Manufactory,  SE 
Eci  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin,  res  368  Tenth 

Allen  Orrin,  fireman  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Chester 

and  Henry 
Allen  P.  M.  Miss,  res  E  s  Valley  nr  Twenty-fourth 
Allen  S.  H.  (Stump  &  Allen)  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Allen  Susan,  widow.,  midwife,  res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Chester  and 

Henry 
ALLEN  TRUMAN  H.  (Allen  &  Artman,  res  702  Webster 
Allen  William,  carpenter,  res  cor  Adeline  and  San  Pablo  av 
Allen  William  A.,  res  junction  Peralta  and  Magnolia 
Allen  William  J.,  butcher,  E  s  San  Pablo  av   nr  Twenty- 
eighth,  res  SW  cor  Grove  and  Sycamore 
Allen  —  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Adeline 
Allender  George  T.,  student  University  of  California 
Alliot  E.,  hair  worker,  store  and  res  963  Franklin 
Allison  Charles,  calker,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House, 

W.  O. 
Alt  John,  painter  W.  D.  Co.,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Chester 


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OAKLAND     [A]    DIRECTORY.  87 

ALTA  HOUSE,  Joseph  M.  Steward  proprietor,  903  Wash- 
ington 
Althof  Herman  (Althof  &  Bahls,  S.  F.),  res  E  s  Linden  nr 

Tenth 
Altwater  Philip,  groceries  and  liquors  and  res  cor  Telegraph 

av  and  Forty-fifth. 
Ambrose  Frank,  tanner  with  J.  S.  Derby,  res  Fruit  Vale 
Ambrose  James,  painter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W.  O. 
AMERICAN    BAKERY,   Paul   &   Reier  proprietors,    815 

Broadway 
AMERICAN  DISTRICT  TELEGRAPH  CO.,  B.  R.  Bates 

superintendent,  Ninth  nr  Broadway 
Amerman  I.  A.,  superintendent  railway  mail  service,  res  E  s 

Poplar  bet  Tenth  and  Twelfth,  W.  O. 
Ames  Albert  N.,  carriage  painter  with  King  &  Williams,  res 

St.  Charles  Hotel 
Ames'  Butcher  Town  (Peabody's  Landing),  3  miles  NW  from 

City  Hall 
Ames  Henry  M.,  wholesale  butcher,  res  W  s  Webster  bet 

Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 
Ames  H.  M.,  1068  Market,  room  14 

Ames  John,  clerk  Police  Court,  City  Hall,  res  W  s  Broad- 
way nr  Twenty-second 
Ames  Nelson,  stock  raiser,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal 

Creek 
Amidon  John,  expressman,  res  367  Third 
Amidon  Simeon  J.,  expressman,  res  367  Third 
Amstutz  Charles  L.,  watchmaker  with  L.  P.  Berger,  res  261 

Twelfth 
Amyx  Amelia,  boarding,   University  av  nr  Humboldt  av, 

Berkeley 
Anderson  A.  E.  Mrs.,  ladies'  nurse,  res  805  Brush 
Anderson  A.  H.,  house  painter,  cor  Adeline  and  Seventh 
Anderson   Andrew,  ship  owner,   res   cor   Twenty-first  and 

Broadway 
Anderson  Chris.,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Central  Pacific 

Railroad  House,  W.  O. 
Anderson  Christina,  domestic,  1110  Myrtle 
Anderson  D.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  953  Washington 
Anderson  E.  C.  Miss,  572  Sixth 
Anderson  E.  W.  Mrs.,  teacher  Lafayette  School,  res  SE  cor 

Seventh  and  Oak 
Anderson  F.,  machine  hand  Grove-st  Planing  Mill 
Anderson  George  D.,  bricklayer,  res  W  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty- 
sixth 


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Anderson  George  W.,  expressman  with  "Whitney  &  Co.,  res 

N  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow  and  Campbell,  W.  O. 
Anderson  G.  P.,  agent  Cal.  Cracker  Co.,  res  409  Fourth 
Anderson  Gustav,  watchmaker  with  Mueller  &  Steffanoni, 

res  cor  Sixteenth  and  Clay 
Anderson  H.  A.,  carpenter  with  A.  H.  Southwick,  res  Rail- 
road Exchange  Hotel,  W.  O. 
Anderson  Harold,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Central  Pacific 

Railroad  House 
Anderson  Isaac,  res  822  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
Anderson  James,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Anderson  James  S.,  mining,  res  W  s  Brush  bet  Second  and 

Third 
Anderson  John,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co. 
Anderson  John,  tailor,  412  Seventh 
Anderson  Mary  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty-sixth 
Anderson  M.  B.  Miss,  res  W  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty-sixth 
Anderson  N.,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Anderson  Ole,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co.,  res  1056  Third 
Anderson  Peter,  sashmaker  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  cor 

Twenty-first  and  West 
Anderson  Seddie  E.  Miss,  student  University 
Anderson  Simon,  coal,  Ws  Poplar  bet  Tenth  and  Twelfth,  E  O 
Anderson  Thomas,  engineer  C.  P.  R.  R,  res  W  s  Cedar  nr 

Goss,  w;.  O. 

Anderson  William,  gentleman's  nurse,  res  710  Franklin 

Anderson  William,  sign  painter,  cor  Adeline  and  Seventh 

Anderson  W.  P  ,  res  805  Brush 

Andrade  Joseph  S.,  pressman  with  Butler  &  Bowmen 

Andrews  George,  stevedore  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  NW  cor  Twen- 
ty-second and  West 

Andrews  Granville  B.,  dairy  and  res  cor  Shattuck  and  Forty- 
sixth 

Andrews  N.  G.,  mining,  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr  Grove 

Andrews  Robert  W.,  engineer  Standard  Soap  Co.,  res  cor 
Third  and  Allston,  W.  B. 

Andrus  Jose',  laborer,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal  Crk 

Angier  Mary  Mrs.,  res  820  Twelfth 

Anselmy  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Forty- 
third 

ANTHONY  A.  G.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  res  SW 
cor  Eighth  and  Willow,  W.  O. 

Anthony  C.  V.  Rev.,  pastor  First  Methodist  Church,  res  917 
Alice 

Anthony  Mark,  laborer,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  13th  and 
14th  avs,  E.  O. 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


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OAKLAND    [A]    DIRECTORY.  89 

Anthony  William  T.,  (Macomber,  Anthony  &  Co.,  S.  F.)  res 

Mansion  House 
Antisell  A.  Mrs.,  res  Vine  nr  Pine,  Berkeleyville 
Antrim  Amos,  assistant  engineer,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Appel  Casper,  cooper,  res  N  s  Thirty-ninth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Apple  Peter,  calker,  W.  D.  Co. 
Applegarth  E.,  mining,  res  505  E  Eleventh,  E.  O. 
Applegarth  John,  farmer,  res  NW  cor  11th  av  and  E  Eleventh, 

E.  O. 
Appleton  William,  potter  Pioneer  Pottery 
Archambault E.  A.,  horseshoer  with  Sohst  Bros.,  417  Seventh 
Archer  James  Mrs.,  res  320  Fourth 

Arens  A.,  machine  man  Oakland  Planing  Mill  % 

Arhert  J.  G.,  laborer,  res  E  s  Grove  nr  Twenty-seventh 
Arlett  Benjamin,  bricklayer,  res  S  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  West 
Amies  Charles  W.  (Armes  &  DaUam,  S.F.)  res  706  Thirteenth 
Armes  E.  C,  distributer  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Armes  George  W.  (Amies  &  Dallam,  S.  F.)  res  SE  cor  Bush 

and  Thirteenth 
Armos  Frank,  carpenter,  res  Park  House,  W.  B. 
Armstrong  A.  B.,  carpenter  C.  P.  R.  R.,  res  Railroad  Ex- 
change Hotel,  W.  O. 
Armstrong  Bradley  A.,  carriage,  house  and  sign  painter  with 

James  T.  Gardiner,  res  Russell  House 
Armstrong  J.  D.,  clerk  with  P.  J.  Reilly,  res  Eureka  Hotel 
Armstrong  Robert,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 
Arnest  J.  M.,  res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Myrtle  and  Filbert 
Arnett  J.  G.,  well  borer,  res  Park  House,  W.  B. 
Arnold  A.  W.,  farmer,  res  W  s  Peralta  nr  Seward,  W.  O. 
Arnold  Harry,  res  1115  Third  av,  E.  O. 
Arnold  Patrick  H.,  salesman  with  J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.,  cor 

Ninth  and  Clay 
Arnold  Thomas  J.,  city  engineer  and  surveyor,  office  City 

Hall,  res  957  Castro 
Arps  John,  milk  dairy,  E  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty-first 
Arras  George,  laborer,  res  369  Eleventh  . 
Arthur  E.  M.,  paying  teller  (Nevada  Bank,  S.  F.)  res  NW 

cor  Twelfth  and  Castro 
Arthur  George  N.,  wagons  and  carriages,  res  819  Market 
Arthur  J.  D.  (J.  D.  Arthur  &  Son,  S.  F.)  res  NW  cor  Twelfth 

and  Castro 
ARTMAN  PHILIP  (Allen  &  Artman)  res  367  Fourth 
Arwood  Amos,  shoemaker,  res  563  E  Twelfth 
Ash  Henry,  stoves  and  tinware,  817  Broadway 
Ashburner  William,  professor  mining,  University,  res  1014 

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Ashby  James  T.,  clerk  with  W.  B.  Hardy,  959  Broadway 

Ashby  John,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 

Ashby  Mark  T.,  mining  (S.  F.)  res  W  s  College  av  nr  Asy- 
lum, Berkeley. 

Ashby  William,  res  W  s  College  av  nr  Asylum,  Berkeley 

Ashe  William  L.,  student  University 

Ashford  Joseph,  ironer  Berkeley  Laundry 

Aspam  Henry,  res  667  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 

ASSESSOR  CITY,  Joseph  M.  Dillon,  office  City  Hall 

ASSESSOR  TOWNSHIP,  Edwin  Hunt,  office  Court  House, 
room  3 

Atchinson  B.  M.,  res  603  East  Fourteenth 

Atchison  J.  H.  Mrs.,  res  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 

Atherton  William,   laborer  Transcript,    res   cor  Fifth  and 
Center,  W.  O. 

Athey  James,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Lincoln  nr  Pine,  W.  O. 

Athey  John  A.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Lincoln  nr  Pine,  W.  O. 

Atkins  George,  clerk,  res  cor  Twenty-eighth  and  West 

Atkinson  C.  E.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  cor  Chapel  and  Uni- 
versity av,  Berkeley 

ATKINSON  G.  D.,  green  grocer,  store  and  res  1216  Broad- 
way 

Atkinson  George,   clerk  C.  P.  B.  B.,  S.  F.,  res  W  s  5th  av 
bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East  Sixteenth 

Atkinson  J.  W.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Twenty-first  and  West 

Atkinson  William,  contractor  and  builder,  res  NE  cor  Har- 
rison and  Seventh 

ATTORNEY  CITY,  Henry  Vrooman,  office  City  Hall 

Atwater  Frank  H.,  student  University 

Atwell  — ,  res  907  Jackson 

Atzback  John,  compositor  Tribune,  res  Newlands  Hotel 

AUDITOR    COUNTY,    Charles   G.    Reed,    Court  House, 
room  1 

Augustus  Domingo,  laborer,  res  S  s  East  Fifteenth  bet  18th 
and  19th  avs,  E.  O. 

AULD  &  BARFRED  (Royal  I.  Auld  and  Edward  A.  Bar- 
fred)  stationers,  457  Ninth 

AULD  ROYAL  I.  (Auld  &  Barfred)  and  clerk  Post  Office, 
res  E  s  Clay  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth 

Austin  A.  C,  machinist  W.  D.  Co.,  res  E  s  Wood  bet  At- 
lantic and  William,  W.  O. 

Austin  Marcus  E.,  broker,  res  376  E.  Fourteenth.  E.  O. 

Avary  William,  teamster,  res  Evoy  av  nr  Adeline 

Averill   David,   teamster,    res  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Wood  and 
Willow 

Avert  Carl,  shipwright  C.  P.  B.  B.,  res  Railroad  Exchange 


Try  Stephen  Smith's  system  of  collecting  Rents,  917  Broadway 


Try  Gordon's  Ice  Cream.   It  is  the  best  and  cheapest.  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND  [A]    DIRECTORY.  91 

Ayers  Charles  W.,  real  estate,  res  W  s  Jefferson  bet  Fif- 
teenth and  Sixteenth 

AYERS  C.  W.,  propr  Willow  Grove  Park,  N  s  University 
av  bet  3d  and  5th,  W.  B.,  res  E  s  7th  bet  Bristol  and 
Delaware,  W.  B. 

Ayers  D.M.,  horse  jockey,  res  Forty-second  nr  Telegraph  av 

Ayers  Ransom  G.,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  SE  cor  Jeffer- 
son and  Sixteenth 

Ayers  William  H.,  pipemaker,  res  N  s  Twenty-eighth  nr 
Myrtle 


B 

Baal  Lena,  domestic,  N  s  Seventh  nr  Brush 
Babbitt  Salmon  M.,  res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Twentieth 
BABCOCK  &  DOUGLAS  (Lafayette  M.  Babcock  and  Nath- 
an S.  Douglas)  plumbing,  sheet  iron  and  tin  workers, 

460  Twelfth 
BABCOCK  &  GOULD  (George  Babcock  and  Henry  Gould) 

proprietors    Oakland    City    Flouring    Mills,    413-415 

Third 
Babcock  Amanda  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Railroad  av  bet  Filbert  and 

Linden 
BABCOK  GEORGE  (Babcock  &  Gould)  res  N  s  Tenth  bet 

Poplar  and  Kirkham 
Babcock  George  L,   music  teacher  Home  School,  res  N  s 

Caledonia  av  nr  Telegraph  av 
Babcock  George  W.,  contractor,  res  SE  cor  East  Sixteenth 

and  Eleventh  av,  E.  O. 
BABCOCK  HENRY  C,  proprietor  Humboldt  Hotel,  W  s 

Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal  Creek. 
Babcock  Herman  P.,  physician,  office   and  res  NW    cor 

Washington  and  Tenth 
Babcock  John  H.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty- 
eighth 
BABCOCK  LAFAYETTE  M.  (Babcock  &  Douglas)  res  N  s 

Thirtieth  bet  Adeline  and  Chestnut 
Babcock  Newell  H.,  tinner  with  Babcock  &  Douglas,   res 

NW  cor  Thirtieth  and  Chestnut 
Babcock —  Mrs.,  teacher  and  res  Golden  Gate  Academy 
Babue  David,  farmer,  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal  creek 
Bachelder  Phares  J.,  house  builder,  res  719  Ninth 
Bachelder  William  K.,  carpenter,  res  813  Castro 


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WOODWARD  &  TAGGART,  460  and  462  Eighth  street. 
92  OAKLAND    [B]    DIRECTORY. 

BACHMAN  JOHN,  proprietor  Germania  Garden  Restau- 
rant and  res,  cor  Union  and  Strawberry  Creek  (Berk- 
eley) 
Backenbach  George,  laborer,  res  Union  Hotel,  E.  O. 
Backus  Peter,  wines  and  liquors,   801  Broadway,  res  462 

Fifth 
Bacon  F.  M.,  millwright  Pacific  Jute  Manufacturing  Co,  res 

SE  cor  Seventh  av  and  East  Eleventh,  E.  O.  , 
Bacon  H.  D.,  res  NE  cor  Ninth  and  Oak 
BACON  JAMES  H.,  confectioner,  965  Broadway,  res  409 

Ninth 
Bacon  John  E.,  contractor,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Kirkham, 

WO 
Bacon  Truman  F.,  physician  (S  F)  res  SW  cor  Seventeenth 

and  Clay 
Bacon  William,  confectioner,  res  409  Ninth 
Bacon  Wrilliam  F.,  clerk  with  W.  B.  Hardy,  res  359  Ninth 
Bader  Henry  F.,  compositor  Tribune,  res  235  Stevenson,  SF 
Badger  C.  M.  Mrs.,  res  1008  West 
Badger  David,  mining,  res  S  s  Golden  Gate  av  nr  Elm 
Badger   Thomas  W.,   proprietor  Badger's   Grand    Central 

Park,  res  bet  7th  and  9th  avs  and  East  Eighth  and  East 

Tenth,  E  O 
Badger  William  G.,  agent  Hallet  &  Davis  pianos,  res  Fruit 

Vale  av 
Badger's  Grand  Central  Park,  bet  7th  and  9th  avs  and  East 

Eighth  and  East  Tenth,  E  O 
Bafor  Charles,  plasterer,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Bagge  C.  L.  E.,  farmer,  res  SW  cor  Peralta  and  Fourteenth, 

WO 
Bagge  Thedore  F.  (C.  J.  King  of  Wm.  &  Co.,  S  F)  res  SE 

cor  Center  and  Railroad  av 
Baggs  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-seventh  nr  Grove 
Bagley  Julia,  domestic,  NE  cor  Jackson  and  Lake 
BAGLIN  JAMES,  groceries  and  liquors,  store  and  res  cor 

Alden  and  San  Pablo  avs 
Bahls  J.  F.  W.  (Althof  &  Bahls,  S.  F.)  res  E  s  Linden  nr 

Tenth 
Bailey  Alex.  H.,  student  University 
Bailey  Clara  V.,  res  W  s  Chestnut  nr  Twenty-second 
Bailey  Frank,  stableman  Mills'  Seminary 
Bailey  G.  C,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Bailey  James,  res  464  Third 

Bailey  James,  nurseryman,  res  1115  Third  av,  E.  O. 
Bailey  J.  N.,  street  contractor,  res  NW  cor  6th  av  and  East 

Sixteenth,  E.  O. 


STEPHEN  SMITH— for  Choice  City  Lots— 917  Broadway. 


Drink  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.    Agency,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND     [  £  ]    DIRECTORY.  93 

Bailey  Lizzie  Mrs.,  res  804  Tenth 

BAILEY  ROBERT  S.,  proprietor  bar  steamer  El  Capitan, 

res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Chester 

Bailey  S.  A.,  clerk  with  F.  L.  Courvoisier,  res  NW  cor  Web- 
ster and  Eighth 

Bailey  Thomas  W.,  U.  S.  gauger,  res  858  Clay 

Bailey  "William  H.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Delaware  nr  Tenth, 
W.  B. 

Bailey  William  I.,  res  675  Fifth 

Bailey  W.  T.,  foreman  Oakland  Daily  Transcript,  res  368 
Fifth  * 

Bailey  W.  W.,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  522 
Eighth 

Baily  Charles  A.,     secretary,    res  W  s   Telegraph   av    nr 
Charter 

Baily  John,  clerk,  res  NW  cor  Twelfth  and  Broadway 

Bainort  P.,  res  565  Second 

Baird  Samuel,   carpetlayer  with  Starkweather  &  Son,   res 
Central  Pacific  Hotel 

Baker  &  Hogan  (E.  W.  Baker  and  J.  H.  Hogan)  photogra- 
phers, Broadway  bet  Thirteenth  and  Fourteenth 

Baker  A.  F.,  contractor,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Grove 

Baker  Alfred  S.,  grainer,  res  £>  s  Eleventh  nr  Castro 

Baker  A.  S.  Mrs.,  dressmaking,  1068  Broadway 

Baker  Charles,  shipwright  WT.  D.  Co 

Baker  Charles  W.,  painter,  res  956  Franklin 

Baker  Charles,  clerk,  res  777  Fourteenth 

Baker  Con,  res  558  Sixth 

Baker  E.  W.  (Baker  &  Hogan)  res  Centerville 

BAKER  H.  Y.  (Chase  &  Baker)  and  postmaster,  res  E  s 
Wood  nr  Twelfth,  W  O 

Baker  J.  C.  Rev.,  res  777  Fourteenth 

Baker  John,  boot  and  shoemaker,  1104  Broadway,  res  E  s 
Telegraph  av  nr  Twentieth 

Baker  Justus,  laborer,  res  608  Fourth 

Baker  L.  B.,  picture  dealer,  res  765  Fifth 

Baker  Lizzie  J.  Miss,  res  777  Fourteenth 

Baker  Mark  Sibley,  picture  dealer,  res  765  Fifth 

Baker  Nathan,  res  NW  cor  Twelfth  and  Poplar,  W.  O. 

Baker  Orrin  V.,  machinist,  res  S  s  Short  nr  Pine,  W.  O. 

BAKER  PETER,   groceries,    provisions   and   liquors,    823 
Broadway,  res  363  Fiftn  T 

Baker  Silas,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Twenty-fifth  bet  Telegraph  av  |  £ 
and  Broadway 

Baker  T.  R.,  whitener,  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twenty-sixth. 

Baker  William,  res  1123  Eleventh  av,  E.  O. 


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94  OAKLAND     [  B  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Baker  William,  tanner,  res  Eastern  Hotel 
Baker  — ,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Broadway 
Baker  — ,  collector  U.  S.  Mint,  res  1068  Broadway 
Balderams  H.   L.,   laborer,   res  E   s  Telegraph  av,   North 

Temescal 
Baldwin  Clifton,  carpenter,  res  517  Ninth 
BALDWIN  DAVID  M.,  physician,  1059  Broadway,  res  1160 

Alice 
Baldwin  M.  A.,  mining  superintendent,  res  cor  Tenth  and 

Washington 
Baldwin  S.  F.,  student,  res  930  Adeline 
Baldwin  S.  F.  Mrs.,  res  930  Adeline 
Baliran  J.,  baker  with  J.  Mallet,  res  617  Broadway 
Ball  Charles  H.,. engineer  C.  P.  K.  K.  Co.,  res  N  s  Chase 

bet  Willow  and  Campbell,  W.  O. 
Ball  E.  M.  Miss,  res  N  s  Chase  bet  Willow  and  Campbell, 

W.  O. 
Ball  Francis,  master  mariner,  res  W  s  Clay  nr  Sixteenth 
Ball  Hattie  H.  Miss,  res  N  s  Chase  bet  "Willow  and  Camp- 
bell, W.  O. 
Ball  Horace  W.,  clerk  (S.  F.),  res  N  s  Chase  bet  Willow  and 

Campbell,  W.  O. 
Ball  John  A.,  president  Ball's  Sweeping  Dredge  Co.,  office 

461  Ninth,  res  Sycamore  nr  Telegraph  av 
Ball  B.  C,  architect,  res  1012  Adeline 
Ball  Thomas  A.,  insurance  (S.  F.),  res  715  Tenth 
Ball  Thomas  M.,  compositor  Daily  Evening  Tribune,  res 

SW  cor  Clay  and  Sixteenth 
Ball's  Sweeping  Dredge  Co.,  461  Ninth 
Ballantyne  William,  painter,  res  1109  Franklin 
Ballard  George,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Willow,  W.  O. 
Ballard  George,  laborer  W.   D.   Co.,  res  Goss  bet  Willow 

and  Wood,  W.  O. 
Ballard  George  A.,  res  S  s  Goss  nr  Willow,  WT.  O. 
Bollard  James  W.,  saloon,  SE  cor  Pine  and  Bailroad  av,  res 

S  s  Chase  nr  Willow,  W.  O. 
Ballard  L.  A.  Miss,  res  531  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 
Ballard  S.  K.,  bookkeeper,  res  531  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 
Ballow  W.  N;  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Twenty-eighth  and  Myrtle 
Balmforth  Kalph,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Balzer  John,  shoemaker,  713  Broadway,  res  Overland  House 
Bamford  William,  physician,  657  East  Twelfth,  res  East  Fif- 
teenth bet  12th  and  13th  avs 
Bancroft  William  H.,  magnetic  physician,  921  Broadway 
Bangle  &  Chase  (Bransom  Bangle  and  George  Chase)  house 

and  sign  painters,  SE  cor  East  Twelfth  and  12th  av,  E.O. 

Iusure  your  houses  with  Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon  is  the  pioneer  Ice  man,  469  Ninth  St.,  Oakland 


OAKLAND     [  £  ]    DIRECTORY.  95 

Bangle  Alice  Mrs.,  res  SW  cor  11th  av  and  East  Nineteenth, 
E.  O. 

Bangle  Bransoin  (Bangle  &  Chase)  res  SE  cor  East  Six- 
teenth and  10th  av,  E.  O. 

BANGLE  E.,  carriage  painter,  801-803  East  Twelfth,  E.  O. 
res  cor  6th  av  and  East  Eighteenth,  E  O 

Bangle  Phoebe  Mrs.,  res  1352  Sixth  av,  E  O 

Bangs  Frank,  res  TV  s  Castro  nr  Sixteenth 

Bankhead  &  Sons  (Malcolm,  Hugh  and  David  Bankhead) 
furniture,  auction  and  commission,  811  Broadway 

Bankhead  David  (Bankhead  &  Sons)  res  752  Castro 

Bankhead  Hugh  (Bankhead  &  Sons)  res  752  Castro 

Bankhead  Malcolm  (Bankhead  &  Sons)  res  752  Castro 

Bankhead  Malcolm  B.,  tinsmith  with  James  Dalziel,  752 
Castro 

Bankhead  TV.  J.,  helper  Oakland  Planing  Mill 

Banks  James,  porter  CPRR 

Banks  John  TV.,  cook  with  Viscovich  &  Donahue,  res  419 
Tenth 

Banks  Edward,  piledriver  C  P  E  B,  res  Bailroad  Exchange, 
TVO 

Banks  Charles  TV.,  clerk  (Wells,  Fargo  &  Co,  S  F)  res  NW 
cor  Telegraph  av  and  Walton 

Bannatyne  James  J.,  res  56  Seventh 

Banner  Paul  K.,  bell  boy  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Baptist  Church,  NE  carlOth  av  and  East  Fourteenth,  E.  O. 

BARBAGELATA  F.  &  CO.  (F.  Barbagelata)  hardware, 
crockery  and  glassware,  1070  Broadway 

BARBAGELATA  FRANK  (F.  Barbagelata  &  Co.)  res  606 
Third 

BARBER  E.  T.,  physician  and  surgeon,  room  9  Cosmopoli- 
tan Hotel,  res  856  Brush 

Barbour  W.  A.,  A.  B.,  instructor  chemistry  University 

Barfield  John  F.,  student  University,  res  Humboldt  Hotel 

BARFRED  EDWARD  A.  (Aulcl  &  Barfred)  res  E  s  Clay  nr 
Sixth 

Barker  Alfred,  grainer,  res  N  s  Spring  nr  San  Pablo  av 

BARKER  FRANK,  furniture,  468  Eighth,  res  470  Eighth 

Barker  James  L.,  hardware  (S  F)  res  1103  Third 

Barker  John  P.,  bookkeeper  with  Charles  L.  Taylor,  res  cor 
Bay  pi  and  Telegraph  av 

Barker  Joshua,  grocer,  cor  Prospect  av  and  Webster 

Barker  Lucy  Mrs.,  res  912  Harrison 

Barker  Matthias,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twenty-fourth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Barker  S.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  NW  cor  Third  and  Brdwy 


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Barker  Timothy  L.,  grocer  (S.  F.)  res  950  Myrtle 

Barklicruse  Frederick  C,  carpenter,  res  557  Sixth 

Barley  G.  W.,  carpenter,  res  363  Ninth 

Barley  James,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Barlian  Edward,  hostler  with  Mark  McKimmons,  613-615 

Broadway 
Barnes  Charles  D.,  machinist,  res  410  Third 
Barnes  George  B.,  blindmaker  Pioneer  Mills,  res  410  Third 
BARNES  H.  W.,  doors,  windows,  blinds,  sash  weights,  etc., 

Second  bet  Broadway  and  Washington,  res  East  Oakland 
Barnes  Kichard,  hostler  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Barnes  Thomas,  laborer,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Third 
Barnes  William  C,  bookkeeper,  res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Filbert 

and  Linden 
BARNETT  E.,  fancy  and  staple  dry  goods,  825  Broadway 
Barnett  John,  painter  with  C.  B.  Butherford,  res  523  Eighth 
Barnhard  George,   carpenter  C.  P.  B.  R.,  res  S  s  Goss  nr 

Pine,  W  O 
Barnstead  A.  D.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood, 

WO 


H.  W.  BAENES, 

Manufacturer  ana  Dealer  in 


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BLINDS.  TRANSOMS.  Etc 

OFFICE  and  WAREHOUSE,  640,  642,  644   SECOND  ST., 

Bet.  Broadway  and  Washington. 

Manufactory  and  Branch  Store,  Brooklyn  Planing  Mills, 

Cor.  East  Twelfth  and  Commerce,  East  Oakland. 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broad-way,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


All  sizes  Refrigerators  and  Ice  Chests  for  sale  at  Gordon's. 

OAKLAND    [B]     DIRECTORY.  97 

Barnum's  Kestaurant,  Pagg  &  Malacarne  proprs,  SE  cor 
Broadway  and  Seventh 

Barratt  A.,  bootmaker  with  H.  Hauschildt,  res  1048  Broad- 
way 

Barrett  Alex.  P.,  butcher,  res  N  s  William  bet  Cedar  and 
Bay,  W  O 

Barrett  Charles,  spice  mnfr,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Caledonia 

Barrett  D.  W.,  upholsterer  with  E.  Hook,  res  Center  nr 
Seventh 

Barrett  George,  hostler  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

Barrett  George  H.,  farmer,  res  S  s  Eighth  nr  Linden 

Barrett  J.,  teamster  with  Freemen  &  Jaffe 

Barrett  John,  brakeman  CPEE,  res  Oakland  Wharf 

Barrett  Patrick,  butcher,  res  510  Fifth 

Barrett  Thomas,  carriage  painter  with  F.  L.  Galindo,  res 
cor  13th  av  and  East  Fourteenth,  E  O 

BARKLLIS  N.  DIEGO,  Italian  Consul  (S  F)  res  N  s  Lake 
bet  Jackson  and  Madison 

Barrows  Thomas,  agent  Victor  Sewing  Machine,  res  Web- 
ster extension  nr  Broadway 

Barry  David,  gardener,  res  1022  West 

Barry  John,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-third  and  Telegraph 
av 

Barry  Mary,  domestic,   W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Twenty-fourth 

Barry  Michael,  carpenter,  res  1022  West 

Barry  M.  S.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  West 

Barry  William,  res  W  s  Market  nr  Twenty-first 

Barstow  Anson,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  nr  Linden 

Barstow  D.  P.,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  NW  cor  Market  and 
Eighteenth 

Barstow  Joseph,  res  E  s  Harrison  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seven- 
teenth 

BARSTOW  S.,  (Sarpy,  Barstow  &  Co.)  res  cor  Eighteenth 
and  Filbert 

Bartells  Byron,  clerk  with  B.  F.  Schunhoff,  462  Seventh 

Bartels  Charles,  barber,  457  Seventh,  res  752  Brush 

Bartels  Jurgen  Henry,  driver  Oakland  Brewery,  res  S  s 
Twenty-first  bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av 

Bartels  William,  upholsterer  with  E.  Hook,  res  815  Castro 

Barthwell  James,  blacksmith,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  bet  Market 
and  West 

BARTER  GEORGE  W.,  editor  and  publisher  Brooklyn  Vi- 
dette,  NE  cor  13th  av  and  East  Fourteenth,  E  O 

Bartlett  Harry  E  ,  driver  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  W  s 
Kirkham  nr  Twelfth,  W  O 

BARTLETT  HOUSE,  B.  Meacham,  proprietor,  473  Seventh 

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Bartlett  J.  J.,  carpenter,  res  C  P  Railroad  House,  W  O 
Bartlett  Maria  P.,  seamstress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Bartlett  Pliny  (Contra  Costa  Laundry  Association)  res  SW 

cor  Eighth  and  Wood,  W  O 
Bartlett  Samuel,  carpenter  C  P  E  K,  res  Railroad  av  nr  Pine, 

WO 
Bartlett  William  C,  editor  S  F  Bulletin,  res  N  s  Prospect 

Place  nr  Broadway 
Bartling  Clara  Miss,  student  University 
BARTLING  WILLIAM  (Bartling  &  Kimball,  S  F)  res  719 

Fourteenth 
Barton  Richard,  watchmaker  Cal  Watch  Co,  res  Park  House, 

WB 
Basham  — ,  res  E  s  Market  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 
Bashford  Coles  A.,  student  University 
Bassett  Alonzo,  stonecutter,  res  1117  "West 
Bassett  A.  S.,  house  painter,  res  1005  Franklin 
Bassett  Frederick  W.,  blacksmith,  res  1117  West 
Bassett  John  W.,  carpenter,  res  1117  West 
Bassett  Joseph,  res  W  s  Fruit  Yale  av  nr  East  Fourteenth, 

Fruit  Vale 
Bassett  P.  C,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  East  Twentieth  and 

7th  av,  E  0 
Bassett  Robert,  canvasser,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  20th 

and  21st  avs,  E  O 
Bastian  F.,  blacksmith  W  T>  Co 

Batchelder  D.  W.,  carpenter,  res  Soracco  House,  W  O 
Batchelder  Timothy,  master  mariner,  res  W  s  Harrison  nr 

Eighth 
Bateman  A.,  miner,  res  718  Fifth 

Bateman  L.,  clerk,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Seventeenth 
Bateman  LaMonte,  res  962  Clay 
BATES  B.  R.,  superintendent  American  District  Telegraph 

Co,  Ninth  nr  Broadway,  res  514  Tenth 
Bates  Charles  D.,  contractor,  res  E  s  5th  av  bet  East  Tenth 

and  East  Eleventh,  E  O 
Bates E.  J.,  farmer,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 
Batstone  James,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Taylor  between  Cedar 

and  Pine,  W  O 
Batterman  Christopher  S.,  student  University 
Battey  Hannah,  domestic,  cor  Eighth  and  Jefferson 
Battles  John,  res  cor  Seventeenth  and  Kirkham,  W  O 
Battles  William,  upholsterer,  res  359  Third 
BAUDER  CHRIS.  &  CO.  (Chris.  Bauder  and  George  Yawart) 

proprietors  Golden  Star  Hotel,  838  Broadway 
BAUDER  CHRIS.  (Chris.  Bauder  &  Co)  res  838  Broadway 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs,  469  Ninth  st. 


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Baudin  J.  P.,  foreman  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res  605  Tenth 

Bauer  C,  wines  and  liquors,  866  Broadway 

Bauer  John,  laborer,  res  415  Seventh 

Bauerle  J.,  res  NW  cor  Grove  and  Fourth 

Baum  Jacob,  switchman,  res  Russell  House 

Bauman  John,    carpenter,    res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Filbert  and 

Linden 
Baxley  George  W.,  farmer,  res  SE  cor  Third  and  Madison 
Baxley  John  W.,  laborer  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  329 

Third 
BAXTER  HOUSE,  J.  B.  Baxter  proprietor,  Baxter  Station 

San  Pablo  av 
BAXTER  J.  B.,  proprietor  Baxter  House,  Baxter  Station 

San  Pablo  av 
BAXTER  STATION,  J.    B.  Baxter  proprietor,  W  s  San 

Pablo  av  north  Temescal  creek 
Baxter  William  S.,  clerk  Assay  Office,  res  810  Webster 
BAY   NURSERY,  James  Hutchison  proprietor,    SE  cor 

Fourteenth  and  Washington 
Bayerque  J.  B.  Mrs.,  res  222  Eleventh 
Bayles  William  H.,  clerk  with  J.   S.   Crosley,  res  NW  cor 

Twelfth  and  Broadway 
Bayley  George  B.,  res  W  s  Castro  nr  Sixteenth 
Baylis  Harry  E.,   sashmaker  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,    res 

Overland  House 
Baylis  H.  A.,  carpenter,  res  Overland  House 
Baylis  Joseph,  teamster,  res  N  s  Lydia  nr  Market 
Beach  Carrie  Miss,  res  926  Myrtle 
Beach  Henry,  res  913  Fifth  av,  E  O 
Beach  Ida  Miss,  res  926  Myrtle 
BEADELL  CHARLES  G.,  carpenter .  and  builder,  res  cor 

Second  and  University  av,  W  B 
Beal  John,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Third 
Beal  Moses  H.,  carpemer,  res  W  s  Cedar  nr  Goss,  W  O 
Beale  William  T.,  furniture  (S  F)  res  S  s  Logan  nr  Grove 
Beam  Charles,  porter  Centennial  Hotel,  res  S  s  Twelfth  nr 

Oak 
Bean  Archibald  E.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  West  nr  Twenty- 
first 
Bean  Daniel,  engraver  with  Weston  &  Welch,  res  Union 

Hotel 
Bean  Joseph,   gardener,  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescel 

Creek 
Bear  Abraham,  switchman  CPER,  res  807  Washington 
Bear  E.,  fireman  CPER,  res  Railroad  av  nr  Campbell, 

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Bear  Saul,  res  Kelsey  House 

Beard  Thomas  K.,  student  University 

Beardsley  George  R.  (Swineborne  &  Beardsley)  office  907 

Broadway 
Beaton  H.  "A.,  inspector  lumber  (S  F)  res  N  s  Railroad  av 

nr  Bay,  W  O 
Beatty  John,  drayman,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  West 
Beauchamp  Isabella  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Nineteenth 
Beaudoin  F.,  umbrella  repairer,  613  Broadway 
BEAUDRY  &  McAVOY  (L.  M.  Beaudry„and  H.  McAvoy) 

undertakers;  835  Broadway 
BEAUDRY  L.  M.,  livery  and  sale  stable,  NE  cor  Broadway 

and  Seventh  (and  Beaudry  &  McAvoy)  res  860  Brush 
Bechdel  Nelson  A.,   foreman  round  house  C  P  R  R,    res 

eighth  bet  Willow  and  Wood,  W  O 
BECHT  GEORGE  J.,  manager  with  Joseph  Becht,  res  SE 

cor  Fourteenth  and  Webster 
BECHT  JOSEPH,  plumbing,  gasfitting  and  gasfixtures,  1014 

Broadway,  res  SE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Webster 
BECHT'S   SALOON,  Leopold   Selna    proprietor,    SE    cor 

Eleventh  and  Broadway 
Beck  Gottlieb,  gardener,  W  s  Castro  nr  Sixteenth 
Beck  Thomas,  gardener,  res  cor  Fourteenth  and  Filbert 
BECK  WILLIAM  (Simon  &  Beck)  res  652  Harrison 
Becker  A.  0.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Bancroft  way  nr  Telegraph  av, 

Berkeley 
Becker  Charles,  hostler,  res  S  s  Forty-fifth  nr  San  Pablo,  av 
BECKER  FRED  (Marquardsen  &   Becker)    res    Stewart's 

Hotel 
Becker  George  F.,  A.  B.,  lecturer  metallurgy,  University, 

res  Bancroft  way  nr  Telegraph  av,  Berkeley 
Becker  William,  tanner  with  G.  F.  Crist 
Becket  J.  H.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Beebe  Charles  W.,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  916  Myrtle 
Beebe  Edwin  L.,  carrenter,  res  366  Ninth 
Beebe  Edwin  E.,  carpenter,  res  366  Ninth 
Beebe  Follen,  res  NE  cor  Harrison  and  Seventh 
Beebe  Franklin,  atty-at-law,  954  Broadway,  res  SE  cor  Fif- 
teenth and  Market 
Beebe  James,  farmer,  res  cor  Cleveland  and  Telegraph  avs 
Beeby  Robert   J.,   harnessmaker  with  James  Lentell,  res 

Telegraph  road  bet  Thirty-ninth  and  Fortieth. 
Beeching  Robert  A.,  student  University 
Beel  S.  Mrs.,  res  378  Ninth 
Beers  George  A.,  printer  with  Butler  &  Bowman,  res  Eureka 

Hotel 

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Beeston  William  H.,  gardener,  res  N  s  Short  nr  Bay,  W  O 
Beggs  Theodore,  cook  with  N.  Williams,  res  Cosmopolitan 

Hotel 
Begin  Joseph,  butcher,  res  N  s  University  av  nr  First,  W  B 
Behen  Michael,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Fourteenth  bet  Franklin 

and  Webster 
Behen  Michael,  stableman  Lexter  Stable 
Behlow  William,  clerk  (S  F)  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Tem- 

escal  Creek 
Behrens  George  H.,  clerk  (Crane  &  Brigham,  S  F)  res  Pier- 
son  nr  Chase,  W  O 
Behrman  Claus,  laborer,  S  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Beier  Paul,  laborer,  res  W  s  College  av  nr  Asylum,  Berkeley 
Beisel  Louis,  tanner  with  G.  F.  Crist,  res  768  Twelfth,  E  0 
Beitzel  J.,  butcher,  res  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  19th  and 

20th  avs,  E  O 
Belcher  Frederick  P.,  tracks,  (office  S  F)  res  1143  Myrtle 
Belden  Edward,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Kirkham, 

WO 
Belden  E.  S.,  reporter  (S  F)  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Evoy  av 
Belden  Frank  E.,  mailing  agent  Signs  of  the  Times,  res  NW 

cor  Eleventh  and  Castro 
Belfrage  Robert,  butler,  cor  Moss  and  Telegraph  av 
Belinge  Stephen,  carpenter,  res  725  Myrtle 
Bell  Fannie  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Castro  nr  Sixteenth 
Bell  George,  carpenter,  res  Evoy  av  nr  Adeline 
Bell  Hugh  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Bell  John,  teamster,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
Bell  Munford  W.,  clerk,  res  1006  Webster 
Bell  Samuel,  mail  agent  CPEE,  res  Tremont  House 
Bell  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Bellars  W.  T.,  carpet  beating,  res  361  Ninth 
BET ,T .CHAMBERS  JAMES  (Groves  &  Bellchambers)  res 

Shell  Mound  Park 
Belle  View  Nursery,  S.  Nolan  proprietor,  S  s  Brown  nr  Tel- 
egraph av 
Bellemeaur  Leon,  res  Washington  Hotel 
Bellermann  Emil,  bookkeeper   (S  F)  res  Summer  nr  San 

Pablo  av 
Bellingall  P  W,  custom  house  broker  (S  F)  res  W  s  Filbert 

nr  Eighteenth 
Belloir  Peter,  conductor  C  P  R  R,  res  W  s  Chestei  bet 

Tenth  and  Eleventh,  W  O 
BELMONT  LIVERY  AND  SALE  STABLE,  James  Brown 

proprietor,  804-808  Broadway 
Belz  John,  laborer,  res  510  Second 


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Belzer  John,  shoemaker,  res  Overland  House 

Beman  Mary  E.,  clairvoyant  physician,  res  NW  cor  East 

Fifteenth  and  8th  av,  E  O 
Bemis  L.  H.  Mrs.,  res  910  Filbert 
BEMIS  ORLANDO  (Prescott  &  Bemis),  res  cor  11th  av  and 

East  Nineteenth,  E  O 
Benbow  John,  mining,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  nr  Grove 
Bendel  Herman  (Tillman  &  Bendel,  S  F),  res  NE  cor  Alice 

and  Third 
Benedict  M.  P.  Mrs.,  dressmaker  and  res  E  s  Grove  nr 

Sycamore 
Benedict  Newton,  insurance  broker,  res  E  s  Clinton  av  nr 

East  Twenty-fourth,  E  O 
Benham  John  A.,  contractor,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Twen- 
ty-third 
Bending  Annie,  domestic,  W  s  Market  opp  Eleventh 
BENITZ  BLOCK,  NE  cor  Broadway  and  Tenth 
Benjamin  Isaac,  student  University  of  California 
Benner  Frederick  M.,  melter  U  S  Mint  (S  F),  res  SE  cor 

Sixteenth  and  West 
Bennett  Alfred  E.,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Jackson  and  Third 
Bennett  G.  W.,  stewart  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House,  W 

O 
Bennett  James,  blacksmith,  res  406  First 
Bennett  James,  laborer,  res  N  s  Delaware  nr  Sixth,  W  B 
Bennett  J.  P.,  bookkeeper,  res  S  s  Eleventh  nr  Brush 
Bennett  O.  D.,  machine  hand  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  cor 

Fifth  and  Brush 
Bennett  Robert  H.,  commission  merchant,  res  114  Eleventh 
Bennet  — ,  capitalist,  res  Blake  House 
Bennison  Andrew,  clerk  with  E.  D.  Block  &  Co.,  res  856 

Brush 
Bennison  Edward,  res  856  Brush 
BENNISON  GEORGE  E.  (E.   D.   Block   &   Co.)  res   856 

Brush 
Bennison  William,  clerk  with  E.  D.  Block  &  Co.,  res  951 

Broadway 
Benson  B.  F.  M.,  bookkeeper  with  Bowen  Bros.,  res  962  Clay 
Benson  George,  carpenter  W  D  Co 
Benson  Henry  A.,  farmer,  res  956  West  Twelfth 
Bentley  LellieE.,  teacher  Franklin  Grammar  School,  res  cor 

10th  av  and  East  Fifteenth,  E  O 
Bentley  M.  A.  Mrs.,  res  SW  cor  Eighteenth  and  Castro 
Bentley  W.  D.,  dairy,  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal  Creek 
BENTLEY    WILLIAM     R.,   proprietor    The    Centennial 

Boarding  Hotel,  NE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Clay 

Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Eastern  Cider  Company,  469  Ninth 


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Benton  Abijali  K.,  clerk  Post  Office,  res  S.s  Sixteenth  bet 
San  Pablo  av  and  Clay 

BENTON  JOHN  ELIOT,  postmaster,  res  S  s  Sixteenth 
bet  San  Pablo  av  and  Clay 

Benton  Joseph  A.  Kev.,  res  S  s  Hawthorne  bet  Telegraph  av 
and  Broadway 

Benton  Mary  F.  Miss,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Benz  F.  M.,  tanner  and  currier  with  G.  F.  Crist,  res  cor 
22d  av  and  East  Twelfth,  E  O 

Benzon  A.  F.,  merchant  (S  F),  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Cypress, 
WO 

Berard  Achille,  laborer,  res  775  Myrtle 

BERARD  ALFRED,  French  laundry,  308  Tenth 

Bercluff  Rinda,  domestic,  NE  cor  Sixteenth  and  Jefferson 

Berenkamp  E.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  409  Ninth 

Beretta  G.,  collector  (S  F)  res  S  s  Seward  nr  Wood,  W  O 

Berg  Morris  (Lutz  &  Berg)  res  663  Washington 

BERGER  JOHN,  French  hotel  and  restaurant,  Willow  Grove 
Park,  W  B 

BERGER  J_i.  P.,  watchmaker  and  jeweler,  967  Broadway,  res 
Seventh  nr  Center 

Berger  Matthias,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Lin- 
den 

Bergner  August,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 

Berit  Jules,  fish  pedler,  res  416  Second 

Be'rit  Peter,  fish  and  poultry,  res  421  Second 

Berkeley  Farm  House,  Thomas  11 .  Searle  proprietor,  W  s 
Daney  nr  University  Grounds,  B 

Berkeley  Hotel,  Mrs.  A.  M.  Marchand  proprietor,  cor  Ban- 
croft way  and  Humboldt  av,  B 

BERKELEY  LAUNDRY,  Charles  Partenscky  proprietor, 
N  s  Twelfth  nr  Kirkham,  W  O 

Berkeley  Real  Estate  and  Water  Works,  F.  Chappellet 
agent,  S  s  Seventh  nr  Washington 

Berkeley  Ville  Association,  F.  Chappellet  agent,  S  s  Seventh 
nr  Washington 

Bermingham  Edward,  watchman  City  Market,  res  829  Frank- 
lin 

Bermingham  John,  stoker,  res  junc  Peralta  and  Magnolia 

Bernamayou  Peter,  gardener,  res  N  s  East  Fourteenth  nr 
30th  av,  E  O 

Bernard  Henry,  student  University 

Bernard  Noel,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Second 

Bernstein  Edward,  dry  and  fancy  goods,  813  Broadway,  res 
cor  Fourth  and  Alice 

Bernstein  Julius,  clerk  with  E.  Bernstein,  res  418  Fifth 


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Berrose  Louis,  driver  San  Pablo  av  R  R,  res  San  Pablo  av 

nr  Adeline 
Berry  Charles,  res  56  Seventh 
Berry  David,  saddle  and  harness  maker,  res  SE  cor  First 

and  Broadway 
Berry  Hamilton,  seaman,  res  618  Fifth 
Berry  H.  V.,  night  clerk  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Berry  J.  H.,  waiter  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Berry  John,  res  Peralta  nr  Eighth,  W  O 
Berry  Theresa  Mrs.,  res  524  Sixth 

Berry  William,  carpenter,  res  E  s  "Wood  nr  Taylor,  W  O 
Berry  William,  porter  CPEK 

Berry  W.  L.,  printer  (S  F)  res  N  s  Division  nr  Wood,  W  O 
Berry  W.  O.  M.  (Treadwell  &  Co,  S  F)  res  938  Filbert 
Berryman  Claus,  driver  with  Shakespeare  &  Walter 
Bertoni  Francisco,  porter  with  Ghirardelli  &  Petar,  res  607 

Sixth 
Bertram  Joseph,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Bertschy  Lanie  Miss,  res  1143  Myrtle 
Besenthal  Adolph,  cook  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Besenthal  Ernest,  cook  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Bessette  Gabriel,  teamster  with  Remillard  &  Bros. 
Besting  Fred,  blacksmith  C  P  R  B,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Wil- 
low, W  O 
Beswick  Nathaniel,  rancher,  res  West  End  Hotel 
Beswick  W.  G.,  carpenter,  res  West  End  Hotel 
Betancue  Joseph  F.,  carpenter,  res   S  s  Bay  pi  nr  Tele- 
graph av 
Beterman  Theodore,  laborer  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  cor 

First  and  Broadway 
Bets  Henry,  laborer,  res  726  Myrtle  > 

Bettman  J»  J.  commission  merchant  (S  F)  res  513  Tenth 
Bettman  J.  J.  Mrs.,   millinery,  1000    Broadway,    res   513 

Tenth 
Betts  Orrington,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr  Grove 
Betts  Peter  M.,  carriage-spring  maker,  res  711  Filbert 
Betts  WiUiam  M.  president  Betts'  Springs  Co  (S  F)  res  1110 

Myrtle 
Betz  Henry,  laborer  Taylor  &  Co,  res  726  Myrtle 
Betz  Louis,  clerk  with  George  Bloom,  res  cor  Seventh  and 

Franklin 
Betz  Louisa  Miss,  milliner  with  Mrs.  J.  J.  Bettman 
Beveredge  Horatio,  res  56  Seventh 
Bevill    Camille    C.    Mme.,    teacher  French    and    German 

Mills'  Seminary 
Bibber  C.  R.  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Chester  nr  Third 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon  delivers  lee,  Soda  and  Cider.     Depot  469  Ninth 


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Bice  John  W.,  resident  graduate  University,  Berkley 

Biddle  Anna  Mrs.,  res  615  Tenth 

Bidleman  Enoch  G.  liquor  dealer  (S  F)  res  SW  cor  5th  av 

and  East  Fifteenth,  E  O 
Bidwell  H.  C.  stockbroker  (S  F)  res  SE  cor  Twentieth  and 

Broadway 
Biedenweg  August,  bookkeeper  with  Jacob  Samm,  res  611 

Clay 
Bieler  Andrew,  baker  with  C.  F.  Hampel,  res  761  East  Four- 
teenth 
Bien  Morris,  student  University 
Bierce  Albert,  U  S  Mint  (S  F)  res  1162  Market 
BIGELOW  ELIJAH,  real  estate,  housebroker  and  collector, 

900  Broadway,  res  1155  Brush 
BIGEIjOW  THADDEUS  B.,  real  estate,   housebroker  and 

collector,  900  Broadway,  res  1157  Jefferson 
Biggs  T.  P.,  oysterman  with  N.  Williams,  res  Cosmopolitan 

House 
Bigley  Lola,  seamstress,  754  Eighth 
BIGNAMI  LOUIS,  proprietor  Venician  Gardens  and  Saloon, 

574^576  Seventh 
Billings  Frank  D.,  engineer  CPEE,  res  Goss  bet  Cedar  and 

Pine,  W  O 
Billings  Herbert,  porter  with  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  cor  Cale- 
donia av  and  Grove 
Billings  Tobias,  res  cor  Grove  and  Caledonia  av 
Bills  R.  A.  Miss,    principal  Preparatory  Department  Mills 

Seminary 
Biltz  Raymond,  piano  tuner,  res  359  Fourth. 
Bingham  H.  M.  Mrs.,  res  518  Tenth 
Bingley  R.  C,  res  NE  cor  Seventeenth  and  West 
Birch  Catherine  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  SE  cor  East  Twelfth 

and  11th  av 
Birch  John,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  East  Twelfth  and  11th  av 
Bird  Bridget,  widow,  res  E  s  Chestnut  nr  First 
Bird  Edward,  bellboy  Tubbs  Hotel 
Bimie  Robert,  copyist,  res  270  Seventh  r 

Bischoff  George  W.,    jeweler  with  W.  Wilson,    res  Eland 

House 
BISHOP  &  POWERS   (A.  W.  Bishop  and  O.  B.  Powers) 

publishers  and  proprs  Oakland  Daily  Transcript,   911 

Broadway 
BISHOP  A.   W.  (Bishop  &  Powers)  911  Broadway 
Bishop  Daniel  L.,  student  University 
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Bissmark  Charles,  cook  with  David  Wemmer,  res  473  Eighth 

Bittencurte  M.  S.,  gardener  Pagoda  Hill,  Temescal 

Bivins  B.  F.,   mining  (S  F)  res  Pryal's  lane  nr  University 

av,  Berkeley 
Bixby  Levi  R.,lcarpenter,  res  E  s  Brush  nr  Twentieth 
Bixby  Levi  S.,  bookkeeper.,  res  E  s  Brush  nr  Twentieth 
Black  A.  H.,   clerk,  res  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Wood  and  Willow, 

WO 
Black  George,  clerk  with  Chase  &  Baker,  res  S  s  Lincoln  nr 

Wood,  W  O 
Black  H.  J.,  carriage  painter  with  King  &  Williams,  res  cor 

Franklin  and  Eleventh 
Black  John  L.,  merchant,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal 

Creek 
Black  Joseph,  bookkeeper  with  J.  Lusk&  Co.,  res  Temescal 
Black  Josiah,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twenty-ninth  nr  San  Pablo 
Blacklock  Walter,  res  362  First 
Blackman  William  H.,  painter,  res  411  Ninth 
Blackman  — ,  physician,  res  1116  Alice 
Blackson  John,  porter  CPKK 
Blackwood  Jane  Mrs.,  res  959  Washington 
Blackwood  W.  C,   machinist,   res  SE  cor  7th  av  and  East 

Eleventh,  E  O 
Blair  Charles,  commercial  agent,  res  Tremont  House 
Blair  Curtis  M.,  patternmaker,  res  E  s  Henry  bet  West  Fifth 

and  Seventh 
Blair  David,  insurance  agent,  res  122  Eleventh 
BLAIR  GEORGE   M.,    propr   Grove-street  Planing  Mill, 

res  325  Eleventh     - 
Blair  Walter,  capitalist,  res  The  Centennial 
Blais  Henry,  hostler  San  Pablo  R  R,  res  cor  Park  and  San 

Pablo  avs  • 

Blaison  Charles,  clerk  with  G.  Cattanco,  res  W  s  Telegraph 

av  nr  Temascal  Creek 
Blake  George  F.,  policeman,  res  715  Fifth 
Blake  House,  Mrs.  Blake  proprietor,  W  s  Washington  bet 

Eleventh  and  Twelfth' 
Blake  John,  grainer  with  C.  B.  Rutherford,  res  362  Third 
Blake  M.  K.,  res  W  s  Washington  bet  Eleventh 

and  Twelfth 
Blakeslee  Helen  S.  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  N  s 

Edwards  nr  Telegraph  av 
Blakeslee  S.  V.  Rev.,  res  N  s  Edwards  nr  Telegraph  av 
Blakie  G.  W.,  carpenter,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
Blanchard  A.  F.,  salesman  with  F.  Barbagelata,  res  Octavia 

nr  Union,  S  F 


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Blanchard  James,  engineer  CPRE,  res  W  s  Campbell  nr 

Eighth,  W  O 
Blankman  Harry,  clerk  with  N.  S.  Martin  (S  F)  res  Tubbs' 

Hotel 
Blankman  Joseph,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
BLETHEN  &  TERRY  (James  E.  Blethen  and  estate  of  V. 

P.  Terry)  proprietors  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  NW  cor 

Broadway  and  First 
Blethen  Charles,  millman,  res  Overland  House 
Blethen  Edward,  millman,  res  Overland  House. 
BLETHEN  JAMES   E.    (Blethen  &  Terry)  res  568  East 

Fourteenth 
Bliss  Theodore,  stevedore,  res  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  West 
Bliss  W.  C,  carpenter,  res  963  Franklin 
Bliss  "William  C,  with  Cal.  Bridge  Co,  res  N  s  Caledonia  av 

near  Telegraph  av 
Bliven  James  I.,  soda  manufacturer,  NE  cor  Thirteenth  and 

Franklin 
BLOCK   E.   D.   &  CO.  (Emanuel  D.  Block  and  George  E. 

Bennison)  dry  and  fancy  goods,  951  Broadway 
BLOCK  EMANUEL  D.  (E.  D.  Block  &  Co.)  res  515  Geary, 

SF 
Block  Joseph,  clerk  with  Sinilow   &    McLaurin,    res    379 

Eleventh 
BLOOM  GEORGE,  groceries  and  liquors,    951   Franklin, 

res  953  Franklin 
Blote  William,  collector  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  res  458 

Eight 
Blow  Walter  W.,  res  SW  cor  Harrison  and  Fifth 
Blue  Daniel,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 
BLUETT  WILLIAM  H.  (Dunham  &  Bluett)  res  SW  cor 

Jefferson  and  Sixteenth 
Blyth  William  A.,  student  University 
Boalt  John  H.,  atty-at-law,  410  Montgomery  (S  F)  res  1003 

Twelfth 
BOARD  OF  EDUCATION,  B.  E.  Cole  president,  City  Hall 
BOARD  OF  HEALTH,  George  E.   Sherman  health  officer 

and  city  physician,  City  Hall 
BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS   (county)  Isham  Case  presi- 
dent, County  Court  House,  room  5 
Boardman  Charles  T.,  draughtsman  with  W.  F.  Boardman, 

res  NE  cor  7th  av  and  East  Sixteenth 
BOARDMAN  F.  W.,  civil  engineer,  812  Broadway,  res  SW 

cor  Twelfth  and  Campbell,  W  O 
Boardman  William,  clerk  with  W.  F.  Boardman,  res  NE  cor 

Seventh  and  East  Sixteenth 

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BOARDMAN  WILLIAM  F.,  civil  engineer,  812  Broadway, 
res  NE  cor  7th  av  and  East  Sixteenth,  E  O 

Bock  Charles,  carriagemaker  with  Sohst  Bros,  res  357  Eighth 

Bockelmann  John  H.,  fresco  painter  with  Van  Embergh  & 
McGovern,  res  Thirteenth  bet  Broadway  and  Washington 

Bockins  Charlotte  Miss,  student  University 

Bockins  John,  carpenter,  res  414  Sixth 

Bocqueraz  Peter,  wholesale  wines  and  liquors,  822  Broad- 
way, res  561  Second 

Bodell  John,  teamster  W  D  Co,  res  467  Fourth 

Bodette  Jose,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal 

Bogart  John  M.,  broker  (S  F)  res  N  s  Walton  nr  Telegraph  av 

Bogner  August,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Bohlscheid  Anthony,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Grove  nr  Twenty- 
seventh 

Bohn  Andrew,  driver  with  Raffo  Bros,  res  517  Fourth 

Boice  Charles  De  S.,  collector  (S  F)  res  W  s>  Poplar  bet 
Tenth  and  Twelfth,  W  O 

Bolam  Charles  H.,  watchmaker  California  Watch  Co,  res 
Park  House,  W  B 

Bolles  Amos,  contractor  and  builder,  res  N  s  East  Twenty- 
fifth  nr  7th  av 

Bollinger  John  C,  real  estate  agent,  res  1156  Webster 

Bolser  George,  painter,  res  658  Grove 

Bolton  George,  bartender  with  J.  W.  Ballard,  res  SE  cor 
Wood  and  William,  W  O 

Bolton  James  W.,  carriage  painter  with  E.  Bangle,  res  Man- 
sion House,  E  O 

Bolton  Sarah  Miss,  student  University 

BOLTON  WILLIAM,  physician,  real  estate,  notary  public 
and  member  Board  of  Health,  N  s  Railroad  av  bet 
Wood  and  Pine,  res  NW  cor  Wood  and  William 

Bomgard  Solomon,  tailor,  res  416  Third 

Bon  J.  B.,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Thirty-seventh 

Bond  Frederick,  teamster,  res  807  Alice 

Bones  S.  W.,  conductor  CPEE,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 

Bones  W.  D.,  brakeman  C  P  R  R,  res  Alameda 

Bonetti  Anton,  confectioner  with  Miley  &  Laage,  res  Union 
Flag 

Boniface  Sara  Miss,  teacher  Lafayette  School 

Bonifield  James  T.,  stevedore  (S  F)  res  NE  cor  Twelfth  and 
Willow 

Bonjour  Henry,  carpenter,  res  617  Sixth 

Bonn  F.  Rev.,  pastor  German  Methodist  Church,  res  S  s 
Brown  nr  West 

Bonney  Charles  W.,  carpenter,  res  717  Tenth 

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Bonney  Franklin  J.,  student  University 

Boogar  Philip,  capitalist,  res  862  Franklin 

Boop  John  D.,  doorkeeper  U  S  Mint  (S  F)  res  W  s  Henry 

bet  West  Fifth  and  Seventh 
Booth  James  A.,  collector  Transcript,  res  916  Harrison 
Booth  Edward,  student  University 
Booth  George  E.,  engineer  CPKE  Co,  res  NWcor  Seward 

and  Willow,  W  0 
Bordwell  Walter  T.,  student  University  of  California 
Borein  Peter  R.,  deputy  county  treasurer  and  tax  collector, 

W  s  Broadway  bet'Fourtli*  and  Fifth,  res  NW  cor  Fifth 

and  Alice 
Borie  L.  S.,  res  513  Eleventh 

Borland  Archie,  stocks,  res  cor  Merrimac  and  Broadway 
Borland  James,  carpenter,  res  cor  Twenty-first  and  Filbert 
Bornand  P.  E.,  teacher,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Forty- 
fourth 
Borelle  J.,  tailor,  shop  and  res  373  Eleventh 
Bortree  David,   shipwright,  res  N  s  William  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar,  W  O 
Bosch  John,  laborer,  res  Central  Pacific  Bailroad  House, 

WO 
Boslee  C.  Mme.,  milliner,  464  Tweltth 
Boslee  James,  milliner,  464  Twelfth 
Bost  John  W.,  surveyor,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Grove 
Boswell  William  H.,  sawyer  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  373 

First 
Boswell  — ,  clerk,  res  503  Eleventh 

Botts  Charles  T.,  atty-at-law,  res  NW  cor  Tenth  and  Jackson 
Boucher  Anna  M.  Mrs.,  res  1011  Brush 
Boudar  — ,  teacher  French,  res  258  Eighth 
Bouge  Mary  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  813  East  Fourteenth 
Boullet  L.  Mrs.,  res  404  Fifth 

Bourgin  Peter,  gun  and  locksmith,  660  Washington 
Bouton  Hart,  foreman,  res  SW  cor  Sixteenth  and  Kirkham, 

WO 
Bouton  M.  D.,  engineer,  res  N  s  Short  nr  Cedar,  W  O 
Bouton  W.  S.,  bookkeeper  with  G.  M.  Blair,  res  W  s  Filbert 

nr  Twenty-eighth 
Bovyer  Alice  M.,  student  University 
Bowen  Bros.  (Pardon  M.  and  Charles  E.  Bowen),  groceries, 

467  Twelfth 
Bowen  Charles  E.  (Bowen  Bros.),  res  cor  Sutter  and  Polk, 

SF 
Bowen  James,  laborer,  res  cor  Union  and  Twenty-eighth 
Bowen  P.  M.  (Bowen  Bros.)  res  1165  Clay  cor  Fourteenth 

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Bowen  Thomas  W.,  mining,  res  N  s  Fffth  bet  Webster  and 

Harrison 
Bowen  Walter  R.,  clerk  with  Bowen  Bros.,  res  SWcor  Four- 
teenth and  Clay 
Bowen  William,  groceries  and  res  NW  cor  Delaware  and 

San  Pablo  av 
Bowers  Fred.  C,  waiter  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 
Bowers  Mary,  widow,  res  777  Myrtle 
Bowers  S.  T.,  bricklayer,  res  563  Sixth 
Bowers  Warren  O.,  engineer  0  P  R  R  Co,  res  W  s  Campbell 

bet  Railroad  av  and  William 
Bowie  G.  W.,  atty-at-law,  859  Broadway,  res  Grand  Central 

Hotel 
Bowman  Charles  H.,  clerk  C  P  R  R,  res  1  Pine,  W  O 
Bowman  George  F,  real  estate  agent,  res  E  s  4th  av  bet  East 

Fifteenth  and  East  Sixteenth 
BOWMAN  HENRY,  druggist,  913  Broadway,  res  NE  cor 

Grove  and  Ninth  streets 
Bowman  Isaac  H.  (Butler  &  Bowman)  res  830  Myrtle 
Bowman  Jerry,  barber  with  G .  W.  Meyers,  res  Alta  House 
Bown  John,   farmer,   res  W  s  Park  bet  Alameda  and  East 

Oakland 
Bowser  Samuel,  bootblack,  res  464  Seventh 
Bowser  Samuel,  laborer,  res  Minna  nr  Telegraph  av 
Boyce  Daniel,  cook  Alta  House,  res  903  Washington 
BOYCE  S.  B.  (Mix  &  Boyce)  res  128  Sixth  (S  F) 
Boyck  John,  plasterer,  res  cor  Forty-ninth  and  Telegraph  av 
Boyd  John  E.,  San  Francisco  and  Berkeley  Express,  res  Es 

Sixth  bet  Delaware  and  Bristol,  West  Berkeley 
Boyer  Albert,   clerk  with  Tharsing  &  Lake,  res  S  s  Eighth 

bet  Pine  and  Cedar 
Boyer  E.  A.,  carpenter,  res  717  Sixth 
Boyer  James  W.,  clerk  (S  F)  res  Tremont  House 
Boyers  — ,  school  teacher,  res  411  Twelfth 
Boyington  Samuel,  painter,  res  509  Eighth 
Boyle  Charles  C,  carpenter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
Boyle  Mary  Miss,  compositor,  res  832  Jefferson 
Boyle  Mary  Mrs.,  res  832  Jefferson 
Boyle  Patrick,  laborer,  res  nr  Cal  Watch  Co's  Mnfry,  West 

Berkeley 
Boyle  Patrick,  gardener,  res  N  s  East  Fourteenth  nr  30th  av 
Boynton  C.  A.,   carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  Over- 
land House 
Boynton  Ira,  carpenter,  res  Ws  Market  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth 
Brackus  J.,  laborer,  res  cor  Thirty-fourth  and  San  Pablo  av 


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OAKLAND     [  B  ]    DIRECTORY.  Ill 

Bradfield  J.  E.  Miss,  housekeeper,  SW  cor  Madison  and 

Fourth 
Bradford  A.  B.,  carpenter,  res  Washington  Hotel 
Bradford  Abrani  C.  Jr.,    student,    res  W  s  Broadway  nr 

Twentieth 
Bradford  A.  S.,  coachman  with  D.  Hanshaw  Ward 
Bradford  E.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Twentieth 
Bradford  George  H.,  res  1099  Third 

Bradford  James,    pile  driver   C  P  R  R,    res  Kailroad  Ex- 
change, W  O 
Bradford  Louisa  Miss,  student  University 
Bradford  M.  E.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Twentieth 
Bradford  Oscar,  carpenter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Bradhoff  Henry,  driver  Shakespear  &  Walter 
Bradley  C.  H.,   wines  and  liquors,  802  Broadway,   res  Win- 

throp  House 
Bradley  Charles  T.,  photo  printer  with  Dunham  &  Lathrop, 

res  Alameda 
Bradley  C.  L.,  fireman  C  P  BR,  res  SE  cor  9th  av  and  East 

Tenth 
Bradley  Cornelius  B.,  vice-principal  Oakland  High  School 

res  E  s  Franklin  nr  Seventeenth 
Bradley  H.  P.,  engineer  C  P  R  R,  res  NE  cor  East  Eleventh 

and  Twelfth  av 
Bradley  James,  laborer,  res  Central  House 
Bradley  J.  W.,  clerk  with  Bart.  Morgan 
Bradley  Maria  Mrs.,  res  358  Fourth 
Bradley  Mary  C.  Mrs.,  teacher  Irving  Grammar  School,  res 

E  s  Franklin  nr  Seventeenth 
Bradley  Thomas,  plasterer  res  321  Eleventh 
Bradley  Thomas,  tinsmith  with  James  Dalziel,  res  358  Fourth 
Bradley  William,  engineer  C  P  R  R,  res  Cedar  bet  Seventh 

and  Eighth,  W  O 
Bradshaw  D.  P.,  res  W s  Telegraph  av  one  mile  S  fm  Univer- 
sity 
Bradshaw  John,  hostler  Telegraph  av  R  R  stables 
Bradshaw  Michael,  laborer  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Evoy 

av  and  Lusk 
Bradt  Hugh,  carpenter,  res  1021  Franklin 
BRADWAY  JOSEPH   R.  (Reilay  &  Bradway)  physician, 

1059  Broadway,  res  1113  Jefferson 
Brady  Dennis,  laborer,  res  E  s  Henry  nr  Fifth 
Brady  John,  painter,  res  W  s  Linden  bet  Second  and  Third 
Brady  Joseph,  res  Mansion  House,  E  O 
Brady  Terrence,  gasfitter  with  G.  L.  Lynde,  res  812  Castro 
Bragdon  C.  A.,  watchman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 


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Bragg  Elizabeth,  student  University 
Braillard  H.  E.,  butcher,  res  836  Broadway 
BRAINARD  &  FULLER,  (J.  M.  Brainard  and  A.  M.  Ful- 
ler) carpenters  and  joiners,  1110  Broadway 
Brainard  G.  W.,  clerk,  res  323  Fifth 
BRAINARD  J.  M.  (Brainard  &  Fuller)  res  Thirteenth  bet 

Broadway  and  Washington 
Braley  A.  M.,  watchman  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Evoy 

av  and  Lusk 
Bralley  Patrick,  barber,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  nr  West 
Braman  Jason  J.,  physician,  res  cor  Sixth  and  Delaware, 

WB 
Bramlett  P.  F.  Mrs.,  domestic  NE  cor  Seventeenth  and 

Grove 
BRANDSTETTER   JOSEPH,  baker  and  confectioner,   908 

Broadway 
Brandt  B.  L.,  painter  (S  F)  res  Kelsey  House 
Brandt  L.,  upholsterer,  res  466  Sixth 
Brandt  K.  Mrs.,  dressmaking,  res  466  Sixth 
BRANNAN  DANIEL,  proprietor  Pioneer  Pottery,  office 

313  Battery  (S  F)  res  cor  East  Twelfth  and  17th  av 
Brannan  Mary  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Lydia  nr  West 
Branquinho  M.  E.,  restaurant,  679  East  Twelfth 
Branson  Ware,  sailmaker,  res  737  Filbert 
Brarens  Frederick,  carpenter,    res  cor  University  av  and 

Second,  W  B 
Braun  0.  H.  F.,  cashier  with  B.  Davidson  &  Co.  (S  F)  res 

NW  cor  Kailroad  av  and  Kirkham 
Braun  Emil,  engraver,  res  264  Eleventh 
BRAUN  F.  D.,  wines  and  liquors,   469  Sixth,  res  SW  cor 

Sixth  and  Franklin 
Braun  Julia  Mrs.,  teacher  music,  res  264  Eleventh 
Bray  Bosa,  domestic,  SW  cor  Madison  and  Fourth 
Bray  W.  A.  (W.  A.  Bray  &  Bros.,  S  F)  res  NE  cor  Julia  and 

East  Fourteenth,  Fruit  Vale 
BRAYTON  A.  P.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Brayton  M.  E.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Alice  bet  Sixteenth  and  Sev- 
enteenth 
Brearty  Daniel,  blacksmith  with  Davison  Bros.,  res  E  O 
Brearty  Francis  J.  (Van  Voorhies  &  Brearty)  atty-at-law,  859 

Broadway,  room  7,  res  366  Eighth 
BREDHOFF  CHARLES,  proprietor  Washington  Brewery, 

res  663  Sixth 
Breen  Patrick,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty -filth  nr  Broadway 
Breen  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  379  Fifth 
Bregers  C.  W.,  butcher,  729  Fifth,  res  cor  Myrtle  and  Third 

Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


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Brehn  Rudolph  W.  (woodturner,  S  F)  res  N  s  Thirteenth 

bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W  O 
Bremler  Herrmann,  clerk  with  A.  Lippmann 
Brendel  Fred.,  laborer  Oakland  Water  Co,  res  Golden  Star 

Hotel 
Brendel  George,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mills 
Brennan  Daniel,  car  cleaner  C  P  R  R,  res  Lewis  bet  Third 

and  Fifth 
Brennan  Donald,  plasterer,  res  N  s  Third  bet  Filbert  and 

Linden 
BRENNAN  JAMES  &  JOHN,  livery  stable,  S  s  University 

av  nr  Second,  W  B 
BRENNAN  JAMES   (James    &   John   Brennan)   res   cor 

Second  and  University  av,  W  B 
Brennan  James,  carriagewasher  Dexter  Stable 
Brennan  John,  driver  with  Palmer  &  Cole 
BRENNAN  JOHN  (James  &  John  Brennan)  res  cor  Second 

and  University  av,  W  B 
Brennan  Phoebe,  domestic,  NW  cor  Tenth  and  Madison 
Brennan  Thomas,  res  cor  Second  and  University  av,  W  B    ' 
Brennan  William,  plasterer,  res  709  East  Twelfth 
Brennan  William,  car  repairer  C  P  R  R,  res  Lewis  bet  Third 

and  Fifth 
Brenson  John,  teamster,  res  N  s  Twenty-seventh  nr  West 
Brentano  Max  A.,  res  316  Third 
Brereton  Daniel  M.,  salesman  with  J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co,  res 

cor  Webster  and  Eleventh 
Bresenham  John,  laborer,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
Brett  John  R.  Mrs.,  res  667  Twelfth 
Breuer  Henry,  bookkeeper  with  Kramm  &  Dieves,  res  NE 

cor  Ninth  and  Broadway 
Brewer  Anton,   woodcarver   C  P  R  R,  res  S  s  William  bet 

Pine  and  Cedar.  W  O 
Brewer  J.  H.  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  578  Thirteenth 
Brewster  Christina  Mrs.,  res  SW  cor  Caledonia  and  Tele- 
graph avs 
Brewster  Delia  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  West 
Brewster^  Ferdinand  T.    gauger  Internal   Revenue   Office, 

(S  F)  res  1019  Brush 
Brezill  John,  groceries,  SW  cor  Lydia  and  West 
Brice  Alfred,  with  E.  F.  Kohler,  res  857  Chester 
Bridge  Thomas,  farmer,  res  Fruit  Yale  av 
Bridgeman  Caleb  B.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Third  bet  Filbert 

and  Linden 
Bridgeman  C.    D.,    carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,    res 

Third  bet  Filbert  and  Linden 


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Bridgeman  Edward  C,  blind  maker  Pioneer  Planing  Mills, 

res  1006  Third 
Bridgeman  W.  C,  helper  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Bridges  W.  II.,  brakeman,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
Brier  Columbus,  real  estate,  res  N  s  Charter  nr  Telegraph  av 
BRIER  K.  W.,  principal  Clasical  and  English  School,  res 

cor  West  and  Nolan 
Briggs  David  M.,  sticker  hand,  res  N  s  Seward  nr  Wood, 

W  O 
Briggs  Edward  K.,  wood  carver  W.  D.  Co.,  res  28  Geary, 

rear  (S  F) 
Briggs  William  H.,  music  teacher,  res  519  Eighth 
Briggs  William  L.,  carpenter,  res  734  Linden 
Brigham  CO.,  provisions,  res  1019  Oak 
BRINCKMANN  EDWARD  (Koenig  &  Brinckmann)  472 

Seventh 
Brink  Marcellus,  hatter,  925  Broadway,  res  S  s  Fourteenth 

bet  Brush  and  West     ■ 
Briones  Bros.  (G.  and  R.  Briones)  barbers,  844  Broadway 
Briones  C,  driver  Felton  Engine  Co.  No.  2,  res  257  Eighth 
Briones  Gabriel  (Briones  Bros.)  res  257  Eighth 
Briones  J.,  barber  with  Briones  Bros,  res  257  Eighth 
Briones  Louisa  Mrs.,  res  257  Eighth 
Briones  R.  (Briones  Bros.)  res  257  Eighth 
Brittain  George  R.,  upholsterer  with  Chris.  Schreiber,  res 

cor  Thirteenth  and  Washington 
Britto  Loring,  machinist,  res  813  East  Fourteenth 
Britton  John  A.,  collector  City  Gaslight  Co.,  res  323  Fifth 
BROAD  CHARLES  A.,  boots  and  shoes,  952  Broadway,  res 

319  Eleventh 
Broadhead  J.  F.   (W.  H.   Broadhead  &  Co,  S  F)  res  353 

East  Twelfth  . 
Broadway  and  Telegraph  Avenue  Railroad  Co.,  J.  S.  Emery 

president;  Geo.  Y.  Lo wren  secy;  J.  W.  Knox  treasurer; 

office  Wilcox  block 
Broadway  Block,  W  s  Broadway  bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth 
Broadwell  Melvin  L.,  carpenter  Pionerr  Planing  Mills,  res 

522  Eighth 
Broaie  James  A.,  steward,  res  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Madison  and 

Jackson 
Brock  George  W.,  butcher  Guptil's  Market,  res  E  s  Tele- 
graph av  nr  Twenty-third 
Brockhage  J.  F.,  searcher  records  (S  F)  res  S  s  Eighteenth 

bet  Brush  and  West 
Brockhurst  Samuel,  res  772  Tenth 
Brockway  C.  M.  Mrs.,  res  161  Seventh 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  Ice,  469  Ninth  st. 


OAKLAND    [£]    DIRECTORY.  115 

Brockway  F.  F.,  resE  s  Bushnell  nr  University  av,  W  B 

Brodriek  Ann,  domestic,  res  NW  cor  Sixteenth  and  Clay 

Broderick  Patrick,  laborer,  res  813  Filbert 

Brodt  A.  W.,  teacher,  res  W  s  Curtis  nr  Twenty-first 

Brogan  Michael,  stableman  Fashion  Livery  Stable 

Brogan  Thomas,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Lewis  and  Third 

Bromley  Charles,  clerk  with  Gosso  &  May,  res  765  Jackson 

Bromley  J.  L.,  res  361  Fifth 

Bromley  Thomas  L.,  student  University,  res  361  Fifth 

Bromley  William  L.,  student  University,  res  361  Fifth 

Bromley  William  P.,  captain  stmr  Transit,  res  NE  cor  6th 

av  and  East  Tenth 
Bronson  Fred.  E.,  student  University,  res  W  s  Chester  nr 

Telegraph  av 
Bronson  Russell,  res  369  Fifth 
Broodway  John  (Chilton   &   Broodway),  res   SE   cor  East 

Twelfth  and  11th  av 
Brook  Harry,  clerk,  res  S  s'Caledonia  av  nr  Grove 
BROOKLYN  AND  FRUIT  VALE  R.  R.  CO.,  E.    C.  Ses- 
sions president,  E.  A.  Heron  secretary  and  treasurer, 
J.  V.  Webster  superintendent,  office  462  Eighth 
BROOKLYN    BREWERY,    Welcher   &  Westerman    pro- 
prietors, SW  cor  18th  av  and  East  Fourteenth 
BROOKLYN  DINING  ROOM,  William  H.  Emerson  pro- 
prietor, NE  cor  East  Eleventh  and  13th  av 
BROOKLYN  ENGINE  CO.  No.  1.,  706  East  Twelfth 
Brooklyn  Lumber  Yard,  James  Larue  proprietor,  cor  14th 

av  and  East  Eleventh 
Brooklyn  Manufacturing  Co.,  Northey&McGrath proprietors, 

801-803  East  Eleventh 
BROOKYN  PLANING  MILL,  Power  &  Ough  proprietors, 

cor  East  Fourteenth  and  14th  av 
BROOKLYN  TANNERY,  G.  F.  Crist  proprietor,  NW  cor 

Slst  av  and  East  Twelfth 
BROOKLYN    VEDETTE,    George   W.    Barter    editor   and 

publisher,  NE  cor  13th  av  and  East  Fourteenth 
Brooks  Frank,  deputy  recorder,  res  713  Tenth 
Brooks  James  M.,  cigars  and  tobacco,  851  Broadway,  res 

Cosmopolitan  House 
Brooks  L.  M.,  clerk,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Brooks  W.  E.,  dentist  with  Lefevre  &  Beeves,  res  Central 

Block 
Brooks  — ,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Campbell  nr  Eighth,  W  O 
Brother  Frank,  coachman,  754  Eighth 
Brothers  Carrie  B.,  res  171  Third 
Brothers  Tilly,  res  171  Third 


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Brough  C.  A.  Mrs.,  res  768  Twelfth 

Brousaou  Simon,  res  W  s  Webster  nr  Twenty-third 

Brower  A.  B.,  baker  with  N.  Williams,   res   Franklin   bet 

Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth 
Brown  Abraham  C,  capitalist,  res  cor  Telegraph  av  and 

Brown 
BROWN  ABRAHAM  C.  Jr.  (Brown  Bros.),  res  cor  Tele- 
graph av  and  Brown 
Brown  Adeline  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Twelfth  nr  Center,  W  O 
Brown  Agnes  Mrs.,  res  NW  cor  Curtis  and  Twentieth 
Brown  Arthur,  superintendent  B  and  B  construction  CPK 

R,  res  1031  Filbert 
BROWN  BROS.  (Fred.  T.,  Abraham  C.  jr.  and  George  T. 

Brown)  groceries,  provisions  and  general  merchandise, 

NW  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Brown 
Brown  Bowman  Rev.,  res  869  Washington 
Brown  Brice,  gardener,  res  W  s  Union  nr  Twenty. eighth 
Brown  Charles,  bookkeeper  with  Welcher  &  Westerman,  res 

SW  cor  18th  av  and  East  Fourteenth 
Brown  Charles  L.,  student  University 
Brown   Christopher,    stableman    with    James   Brown,    res 

Golden  Star  Hotel 
Brown  Dudley  C,  tailor  with  S.  Francis,  res  510  Fifth 
Brown  E.  C,  carver  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  Eland  House 
Brown  Ed.  A.,  salesman  with  L.  P.  Berger,  557  Clay 
Brown  Elam  C.,  student  University 
Brown  Elisha  S.,  res  510  Fifth 

Brown  Ellen,  domestic,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  Market 
Brown  Eugene  E.,  student  University 
Brown  Ferdinand,  saloon,  res  815  Franklin 
Brown  Francis,  laborer  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Fifth  bet  Center  and 

Chester,  W  O 
Brown  Francis  A.,  carpenter,  res  806  East  Twelfth 
BROWN  FRED.  T.  (Brown  Bros.)   res  cor  Telegraph  av 

and  Brown 
Brown  George,  res  East  Thirty-fourth  nr  14th  av,  Lynn 
Brown  George  H.,  tinsmith  with  O.  C.  Kirk,  res  315  East 

Twelfth 
BROWN  GEORGE  T.  (Brown  Bros.)  res  cor  Telegraph  av 

and  Brown 
Brown  G.  R.  A.,  wharfmaster,  res  1015  6th  av,  E  O 
Brown  Harvey  S.,  atty-at-law,  res  940  Filbert 
Brown  Henry,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Henry  nr  Fifth 
Brown  Hugo,  waiter,  res  S  s  Twelfth  nr  Center,  W  O 
Brown  J.,  laborer,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
Brown  James,  laborer  W  D  Co 

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BROWN  JAMES,  propr  Belmont  Livery  and  Sale  Stable, 

804-808  Broadway,  res  416  Fifth 
Brown  James  B.,  hotelkeeper,  res  509  Eighth 
Brown  J.  L.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Brown  John,  laborer,  res  W  s  17th  av  bet  East  Twelfth  and 

East  Fourteenth 
Brown  John,  laborer  W  D  Co 
Brown  John  A.,  porter  S  F  Post  Office,   res  S  s  Third  bet 

Center  and  Chester 
Brown  John  F.,  res  cor  13th  av  and  East  Thirty-second,  Lynn 
Brown  John  F.,  printer,  res  NE  cor  East  Tenth  and  8th  av 
Brown  John  Q.,  student  University 
Brown  Joseph,  cigars  and  tobacco,  store  and  res  670  East 

Eleventh 
Brown  K.  S.,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Brown  Lewis  W.,  student  University 
Brown  Maria,  widow,  ladies'  nurse,  res  655  Madison 
Brown  Mary  B.,  res  NW  cor  Fourteenth  and  Oak 
Brown  O.  D.,  conductor  C  P  B  E,  res  714  Filbert 
Brown  R.  G.,  res  W  s  Jackson  bet  Seventeenth  and  Durant 
BROWN  S.  A.,  propr  Dexter  Livery  Stables,  NE  cor  Har- 
rison and  Twelfth 
Brown  Susan  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth 
Brown  Thomas  H.  lather,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  nr  Kirkham 
Brown  Walter  C,  res  NW  cor  Fourteenth  and  Oak 
Brown  W.  H.,  clerk  U  S  Quartermaster  (S  F)  res  SW  cor 

Thirteenth  and  Willow,  W  O 
Brown  William  C,  patternmaker,  res  N  s  Third  bet  Chest- 
nut and  Adeline 
Brown  William  C,  clerk  C  P  R  R,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
Brown  William  F.,  watchmaker  and  jeweler,  867  Broadway, 
res  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Webster 

S.  A.  BROWN. 


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Brown  William  H.,  paper  hanger  with  C.   L.  Taylor,  res 

14th  av.  EO 
Brown  Winsor  L.,  student  University 
Brown  W.  O.,  with  W  D  Co,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
Brown  W.  Q.,  clerk  CPEE,  res  E  s  Filbert  nr  West  Tenth 
Browne  Eva  L.  Miss,  student  University 
Browne  Henry  E.,  bookkeeper  with  Burner  &  Young,  res 

316  Tenth 
Browne  J.  Ross  Mrs.,  res  Pagoda  Hill,  Temescal 
Browne  Spencer  C,  stock  broker  (S  F)  res  Pagoda  Hill, 

Temescal 
Browne  William,  salesman  with  J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.  (S  F) 

res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Myrtle  and  Filbert 
BROWNING  BENJAMIN,  agent  Victor  Sewing  Machine, 

466  Twelfth 
Brozer  Lena,  domestic,  613  Tenth 

Bruce  A.,  tinsmith  with  M.  De  La  Montanya,  res  S  s  Thir- 
teenth nr  Washington 
Bruce  George,  steward  The  Centennial 
Bruce  Henry,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  N  s  Atlantic  bet  Pine 

and  Cedar,  W  O 
Bruguiere  John,  saddler,  res  571  Twelfth 
Bruguiere  L.  G.,  mining,  res  571  Twelfth 
Bruhns  William,  tanner  with  G.  F.  Crist,  res  cor  22d  av  and 

East  Twelfth 
Brun  Patrick,  fireman  C  P  RE,  res  Railroad  Exchange, W  O 
Brunei-  — ,  res  460  Fifth 

Brunges  Frederick,  groceries,  res  563  East  Fifteenth 
Bruning  Annie  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Lewis  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 
Bruning  Bros,  (H.  F.  and  J.  H.  Bruning)  confectioners,  833 

Broadway 
Bruning  Henry  F.  (Bruning  Bros.)  res  833  Broadway 
Bruning  John  H.  (Bruning  Bros.)  res  833  Broadway 
BRUNJE  JOHN  A.  (Helmke  &  Brunje)  res  NW  cor  Twen- 
ty-first and  Broadway 
BRUNJES  FREDERICK  (H.  Turn  Suden  &  Co.)  res  East 

Fifteenth  bet  11th  and  12th  avs 
Bruzoni  Francisco,  gardener,  res  cor  Thirteenth  and  Wood 

WO 
Bry  Frederick,  clerk  with  E.  F.  Kohler,  res  854  Chester,  W  O 
Bryan  Archie  C,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Henry  bet  West  Fifth 

and  Seventh 
Bryan  John,  laborer  W  D  Co 
Bryant  A.  S.,  lumber,  res  663  Third 
Bryant  Daniel  S.,  merchant  (S  F)  res  NW  cor  Telegraph  av 

and  Sycamore 


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Bryant  Eleanor  F.  Miss,  student  University 
Bryant  Emma  G.  Miss,  student  University 
Bryant  Fred,  jailor,  res  County  Court  House,  rear 
Bryant  George,  teamster,  res  W  s  6th  av  bet  East  Seven- 
teenth and  East  Eighteenth 
Bryant  Octavia  Mrs.,  res  216  Eighth 
Bryant  R.  M.,  carpenter  and  boarding  house,  cor  Chapel 

and  Bancroft  way,  Berkeley 
Bryant  William  M.,  wood  dealer,  res  710  Brush 
Brydges  H.  W.,  brakeman  CPKR,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  ,0 
Bryen  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twelfth  nr  Kirkham,  W  O 
Bryson  James,  boiler  maker,  res   Central  Pacific  Railroad 

House,  W  O 
Bryson  John,  laborer  W.  D.  Co 
Bryson  Peter,   teamster  with  W.   Laidlaw,  res  Brush  bet 

Sixth  and  Seventh 
Bryson  W.,  ticket  collector  C  P  R  R  steamers,  res  461  Ninth 
Buchanan  Alexander,  fireman  C  P  R  R,  res  Railroad  Ex- 
change Hotel,  W  O 
Buchanan  Augustus  N.,  student  University 
Buchanan  James,  mining,  res  SW  cor  Caledonia  and  Tele- 
graph av 
Buchanan  P.   G.  Rev.,  res  W  s  Chapel  nr  University  av, 

Berkeley 
Buck  A.  D.,  carpenter,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel,  W  O 
Buck  C.  P.  H.,  commercial  agent,  res  S  s  Logan  nr  Grove 
Buck  Elmer,  apprentice  with  A.  Gemmell 
Buck  Ephraim  W,  physician  and  surgeon,  res  1011  Webster 
Buck  Joshua  S.,  engineer,  res  E  s  10th  av  bet  East  Four- 
teenth and  East  Fifteenth 
Buckelew  J.  B.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Brown  nr  West 
Buckhout  A.  H.,  bricklayer,  res  NW  cor  Sixteenth  and  Jef- 
ferson 
Buckhout  Emily  L.  Miss,  student  University 
Buckius  Valentine,  res  W  s  Brush  nr  Seventeenth 
Buckley  H.  F.,  farmer,  res  1168  Eighth  av,  E  O 
Buckley  Mary  S.,  Cook,  N  sMerrimac  nr  Telegraph  av 
Buckner  Mary,  domestic,  963  Clay 
Buddemer  Louis  H.,  gasfitter,  res  673  Tenth 
Buehren  Augustus  H.,  watch  maker  and  jeweler,  1005  Broad- 
way, res  8th  av  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth,  E  O 
Buehren  Mary  E.  Miss,  milliner,   1005  Broadway,   res  8th 

av  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth,  E  O 
Buehren  William  Rev.,  pastor  First  German  Presbyterian 
Church,  res   WT   s   Eighth  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eigh- 
teenth, E  O 


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120  OAKLAND     [B]    DIRECTORY. 

Buel  D.  E.,  mining,  res  918  Filbert 

Buel  Harriet,  widow,  res  363  East  Twelfth 

Buel  Harriet  E.  Miss,  teacher  Swett  School,  res  East  Twelfth 
bet  7th  and  8th  avs 

Buelna  Anicito,  res  830  East  Twelfth 

BUFFETT  CHARLES  C.  (Durham  &  Buffett)  res  19  Tay- 
lor (S  F) 

Buford  — ,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Broadway 

Bugbee  Charles  L.,  (S.  C.  Bugbee  &  Son,  S  F)  res  N  s  Fif- 
teenth bet  San  Pablo  av  and  Clay 

Bugbee  George  E.,  sampler  U  S  appraisers  store  (S  F)  res 
E  s  Wood  bet  Taylor  and  Chase,  W  O 

Bugbee  S.  W.  (Torrey  &  Bugbee)  res  641  Harrison  (S  F) 

Buggy  Thomas,  laborer  W  D  Co 

BUHSEN  DIEDRICH,  groceries,  wines,  liquors  and  crock- 
ery, 1801  Railroad  av,  res  1802  Willow 

Buhsen  N.  D.,  clerk  with  D.  Buhsen,  res  SW  cor  Bailroad 
av  and  Pine,  W  O 

Bulkley  K.  A.  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Alice  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fif- 
teenth 

Bullard  — ,  broker,  res  408  Thirteenth 

Bullock  John  C,  tinsmith,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Cedar, 
WO 

Bullock  William,  tinsmith  with  J.  C.  Bullock,  res  S  s  Goss 
bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W  O 

Bumbaugh  Albert,  painter,  res  729  Eighth 

Bumbaugh  Charles  M.,  painter,  res  729  Eighth 

Bumbaugh  Edwin,  painter,  res  729  Eighth 

Bunce  H.  A.,  carpenter  and  builder,  cor  Bristol  and  Second, 
WB 

BUNDOCK  &  BRO  (Henry  and  Samuel  Bundock)  proprie- 
tors East  Oakland  Stoneware  Pottery,  cor  18th  av  and 
East  Twelfth 

BUNDOCK  HENRY  (Bundock  &  Bro)  res  cor  13th  av  and 
East  Thirty-third,  Lynn 

BUNDOCK  SAMUEL  (Bundock  &  Bro)  res  cor  18th  av  and 
East  Twelfth 

Bundy  William,  brakeman  CPEE 

Bunker  I.,  wines  and  liquors,  S  s  Railroad  av  bet  Pine  and 
Cedar 

Bunn  Edward,  engineer  C  P  R  R,  res  Baxter  House  ' 

Bunnell  E.  F.,  dentist,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 

Bunnell  George  W.,  A.M.,  professor  Greek  and  Literature, 
University 

Bunton  James,  laborer  W  D  Co,  res  Taylor  nr  the  Bay 

Burbank  George,  bookkeeper,  res  Alta  House 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt,  917  Broadway 


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OAKLAND    [  ]}  ]    DIRECTORY.  121 

Burbank  Lester,  shoemaker,  res  1097  Third 
Burchard  John  L.,  Indian  agent,  res  1161  Franklin 
Burcher  Robert,  teamster  with  Samuel  Heywood,  res  cor 

Fifth  and  Folsom,  W  B 
Burell  A.  "W.,  carpenter,  res  318  Third 
Burge  Frank  J.,  res  W  s  6th  av  bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East 

Sixteenth 
Burgelin  Louis  (Vogelsanger  &  Burgelin)  res  S  s  Fourteenth 

nr  Kirkhani,  W  O 
Burgermier  Anton,  laborer  with  Kunkel  Bros 
Burges  B.  F.,  marker  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Burgess  J.  C,  carpenter,  res  701  Washington 
Burgiss  Robert  M. ,  furniture,  717  Broadway,  res  514  Fourth 
Burhans,  W.  S.,  capitalist,  res  955  Fifth  av  E  O 
Burk  Hannah,  domestic,  S  s  Nineteenth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Burk  John,  plasterer,    res  W  s  Center  nr  Tenth  av,   W  O 
Burk  P.  F.,  laborer,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Twenty-second 
Burk  Thomas,  laborer,  res  E  s  Grove  nr  Twenty-seventh 
Burk  William,  laborer  C   P  R  R,   res  Railroad  Exchange 

Hotel,  W  O 
Burke  Edward,  horsetrainer  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Burke  Francis  G.,  broker,   res  W  s  Linden  bet  Eighth  and 

Tenth 
Burke  Frank,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Burke  John,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Burke  Thomas,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Burke  W.  C,  student  University  of  California 
Burke  William  jr.,  painter,  res  cor  Wood  and  Lincoln,  W  O 
Burke  — ,  mechanic,  res  West  End  Hotel 
Burkhart  Frederick,  switchman  C  P  R  R,  res  E  s  Lewis  bet 

Third  and  Fifth 
Burkhart  Frederica  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  462  Sixth 
BURLESON  C.  M.  (Mather,  Milbury  &  Co.)  res  955  Jack- 
son 
Burley  Dudley,  laborer  W  D  Co. 

Burlingame  Lyman  S.,  sash  and  doormaker  Brooklyn  Plan- 
ing Mill,  res  767  East  Twelfth 
Burlson  Kate,  domestic,  S  s  Goss  nr  Wood,  W  O 
Burmaster  John,  teamster  with  Weston  &  Welch 
Burnell  James  H.,  brewer,  res  1061  Grove 
Burner  &  Young  (J.  D.  Burner   and  Lewis   Young)  brick 

contractors  and  dealers  in  brick,  foot  of  Franklin 
Burner  John  D.  (Burner  &  Young)  res  W  s  Filbert  nr  Twen- 
ty-sixth 
BURNHAM  O.  H.  (Burnham,   Standeford  &  Co.)  res  1017 
Madison 


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BURNHAM,  STANDEFORD   &  CO.  (O.  H.  Burnham,  D. 
W.  Standeford  and  W.  N.  Miller)  proprs  Oakland  Plan- 
ing Mill,  NW  cor  Washington  and  First 
Burnham  William  S.,  clerk  with  W.  S.  Wilkinson,  res  cor 

Seventeenth  and  San  Pablo  av 
'Burns  Aaron,  stock  broker  (S  F)  res  1014  Twelfth 
gurns  A.  M.,  harbor  commissioner  (S  F)  res  cor  University 

av  and  Pryals  lane,  Berkeley, 
Burns  B.,  waiter  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Burns  Charles  F.,  conductor  C  P  RE,  res  E  s  Henry  bet 

Seventh  and  Eighth,  W  O 
Burns  George  W.,  capitalist,  res  cor  Twelfth  and  Washing- 
ton 
Burns  H.  R.,  porter  C  P  R  R 
Burns  James,  car  cleaner  C  P  R  R 

Burns  James,    laborer,  res   S  s  East  Twentieth  bet  Thir- 
teenth and  Fourteenth  avs 
Burns  John,  blacksmith  with  King  &  Williams,  res  Frank- 
lin bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh 
Burns  John,  cook  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
Burns  Sylvester  barber  (S  F)  res  805  Brush 
Burns  Thomas,  laborer  with  Palmer  &  Cole 
BURNS  THOMAS  R.,  news  and  stationery  stand,  SW  cor 
Seventh  and  Broadway,  res  W  s  Valley  bet  Twenty-third 
and  Twenty-fourth 
BURNS,  WHITMAN  &  GARDINER  (Wm.  S.  Burns,  Wm. 
W.  Whitman  and  James  T.  Gardiner)   groceries   and 
crockery,  1001  Broadway 
BURNS  WILLIAM  S.  (Burns,  Whitman  &  Gardiner)  res 

E  s  Webster  nr  Fourteenth 
Burns  — ,  res  220  Fifth 
Burpee  L.  J.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  bet 

Broadway  and  Telegraph  av 
Burpee  S.  A.,  deputy  Township  Assessor,  Court  House 
Burrage  Charles  D.,  student  University 
BURRELL  ALFRED  W.,  president  Cal.  Bridge  and  Build- 
ing Co,  res  Telegraph  av  nr  Plymouth  av 
Burrell  A.  W.,  special  policeman,  res  N  s  Third  bet  Web- 
ster and  Harrison 
Burrell  Henry  H.,  expressman,  cor  Eleventh  and  Broadway, 

res  junction  Market  and  San  Pablo  av 
Burris  John  F.,  teacher  Calif ornia  Military  Academy 
Burroughs  S.  E.,  apothecary  with  J.  W.  Tucker,  res  Wilcox 

Block 
Burson  —  Mrs.,  seamstress,  res  461  Ninth 
Burt  Adelia  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Elm  nr  San  Pablo  av 


Try  Stephen  Smith's  system  of  collecting  Rents,  917  Broadway 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon  is  the  pioneer  Ice  man,  469  Ninth  st.,  Oakland 


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Burtchaell  George  T.,   plumber  with  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res 

Stewart's  Hotel 
Burtsell  John  M.,  broker  (S  F)  res  912  Filbert 
Bush  Alexander,  laborer  CPRK,  res  Railroad  Exchange 

WO 
Bush  David,  carpenter,  res  460  Fifth 
Bush  Edward,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Elm  nr  Grove 
Bush  Stephen,  Berkeley  Planing  Mill  and  res  cor  Second  and 

Bristol,  W  B 
Bush  —  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Twenty-eighth  nr  West 
Bushell  Edward  A.,  signpainter,  472 Twelfth,  res  462  Twelfth 
Bushell  Edward  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  462  Twelfth 
Busse  C.  C,  barber  with  Classen  &  Trost,  res  834  Clay 
Buswell  Elbridge  G.,  bookkeeper  with  Farwell  &  Garrigan, 

res  SW  cor  Washington  and  Eleuenth 
Bute  Peter,  oysterman  with  N.  Williams,  res  Barker  House 
Butler  &  Bowman  (John  S.   Butler  and  Isaac  H.  Bowman) 

job  and  book  printers,  568  Ninth 
Butler  C.  C.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  opp  Jefferson 
Butler  James,  smoother  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  cor  Four- 
teenth and  Peralta,  W  O 
Butler  James  H.,  sawyer  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  cor  Forty- 
second  and  Telegraph  av 
Butler  J.  H.,  sawyer,  res  Forty-second  nr  Telegraph  av 
Butler  John  S.  (Butler  &  Bowman)  res  830  Myrtle  bet  Fifth 

and  Seventh 
Butler  Joseph  L.,  painter,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
Butler  P.  B.,  laborer,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
BUTTERFIELD  A.  J.  (Tinkham  &  Butterfield)  res  NW  cor 

Grove  and  Thirteenth 
Butterfield  Edgar,  clerk  CPKE,  res  260  Eighth 
Butters  Charles,  student  and  telegraph  operator  University 
Button  F.  L.,  assistant  instructor  mathematics  University  of 

California,  Berkeley 
Button   Orando,  foreman  Pioneer    Planing  Mills,  res  670 

Second 
BUTZ  PHILIP,  wines  and  liquors,  850  Franklin 
Buzzo  T.  W.,  miner,  res  259  Twelfth 
Bynon  A.  A.,  agent  Johnson's  Cyclopedia,  res  NE  cor  10th 

av  and  East  Tenth 
Byrne  Charles  A.,  res  1061  Grove 
Byrne  James  W.,  student  University 
Byrne  Peter,  atty-at-law,  res  963  Railroad  av 
Byrne  Mohn,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  773  Sixth 
Byrns  John  B.,  engineer  C  P  R  R,  res  E  s  Lewis  bet  Third 

and  Fifth 


OAKLAND  TKEBUNE--largest  circulation  in  Alameda  Co. 


Woodward  &  Taggart — Desirable  Business  Property  for  Sale. 


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Cabrera  Juan,  laborer,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av,  North.  Temescal 
CADOGAN  J.  J.  (Cadogan,  Smith  &  Co.)  res  733  Linden 
Cadogan  Patrick,  clerk  with  Cadogan,  Smith  &  Co.,  res  733 

Linden 
CADOGAN,  SMITH  &  CO.  (J.  J.  Cadogan,  W.  H.  Smith 

and    Gilbert    Clements),    groceries,    crockery,   wines, 

liquors,  etc.,  SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Broadway 
Cady  Edward,  bricklayer,  res  461  Sixth 
Cady  "William  J.,  butcher  with  J.  F.  Smith,  res  W  s  Brush 

nr  Seventeenth 
Caffery  John,  plumber  with  John  Spencer,   res  Tenth  bet 

Broadway  and  Franklin 
Caflesh  Leonard,    pastry  cook  with  R.    Pfister,    res   1054 

Broadway 
Cahal  John,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Cahill  John,  plumber  with  John   Spencer,    res   West  nr 

Twenty-eighth 
Cahill  Leander,  res  817  Market 
Cahill  P.,  waiter  Tubb's  Hotel 
Cahill  Ruth  Mrs.,  physician,  res  817  Market 
CAHN  PHILIP  P.,  wines  and  liquors,  saloon  and  res  462 

Sixth 
Cain  Dennis,  laborer,  res  612  Fifth 

Caine  James  E.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Brush  nr  Seventeenth 
Caine  Lizzie,  domestic,  760  Tenth 

Caldwell  Albert,  mining  superintendent,  res  367  East  Twelfth 
Caldwell  Edwin,  mining,  res  367  East  Twelfth 
Caldwell  John,*  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Caldwell  R.  E.,  brakeman  C  P  R  R  Co 
Caley  Viola,  housekeeper,  N  s  Twelfth  nr  West 
Calhoun  Robert,  proprietor   Overland   Oyster  House,  NW 

cor  First  and  Webster 
CALIFORNIA.  BRIDGE  AND  BUILDING  CO,  Frank  E. 

Cotton  superintendent,  office  SW  cor  Second  and  Grove 
California  Cracker  Co.,  G.  P.  Anderson  agent,  409  Fourth 
CALIFORNIA    FIRE    AND    WATER    PROOF    PAINT 

CO.,  Mack  Webber  president,  A.  B.  Cummins  secretary, 

T.  R.  Posey  manager,  956  Broadway 
CALIFORNIA   MILITARY  ACADEMY,  David  McClure 

principal,  NE  cor  Prospect  and  Telegraph  avs 
CALD70RNIA      POTTERY      AND      TERRE       COTTA 

WORKS,  Miller  k  Winsor  proprietors,  cor  East  Twelfth 

and  Park 


STEPHEN  SMITH—for  Choice  City  Lots— 917  Broadway. 


Ice  Cream  made  to  order  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 

OAKLAND     [  0  ]    DIRECTORY.  125 

CALIFORNIA  SALOON,  William  Kohler  proprietor,  832 

Broadway 
Calkin  Everell  F.,  clerk  with  W.  B.  Hardy,  res  S  s  Durant 

bet  Franklin  and  Webster 
Call   Frank,    harnessmaker  with  F.    A.    Marsten,    res  357 

Eighth 
Call  Jonas,  capitalist,  res  955  Fifth  av,  E  O 
Call  Mattie  C.  Miss,   teacher  Irving  Grammar  School,  res 

Mansion  House 
Callaghan  Con.,  driver  with  Palmer  &  Cole 
Callaghan  Jeremiah,  plasterer,  res  321  Sixth 
Callaghan  John,  laborer,  res  cor  Myrtle  and  Third 
Callaghan  Maria  Mrs.,  res  704  Franklin 
Callaghan  Patrick,  blacksmith,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad 

House,  W  O 
Callaghan  Patrick,  flagman  C  P  R  R,  res  SE  cor  Alice  and 

Third 
Callahan  Bridget,  domestic  Blake  House 
Callahan  John,  laborer,  res  W  s  Myrtle  bet  Second  and  Third 
Callahan  Martin,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Brush 
Callahan  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  E  s  West  nr  Twenty -second 
Callany  Edward,  lather,  res  cor  Second  and  University,  W  B 
Callen  Ann,  domestic,  E  s  Adeline  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Calnan  Jane,  saloon,  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Kirkham,  W  O 
Calvat  Placide,  cook  with  J.  Marquis,  res  461  Ninth 
Camden  Charles,  mining,  res  814  Tenth 
Cameron  Duncan,  real  estate,  res  661  East  Twelfth 
Camilloni  &  Co.   (G.  Camilloni  and  A.  Selna)  fish,  11  City 

IVIarket 
CamiUoni  G.  (Camilloni  &  Co.)  res  235  Vallejo  (S  F) 
Cammel   Charles,  machinist   C  P  R  R,    res  Railroad  Ex- 
change, W  O 
Cammett  C.  W.,  carpenter  C  P  R  R,  res  W  O 
Camp  W.  C,   dial  painter  Cal  Watch  Co,  res  cor  Delaware 

and  Seventh,  W  B  . 
Campbell  &  Carrigan  (E.  H.  Campbell   and  M.   Carrigan) 

wines  and  liquors,  461  Seventh 
Campbell  &  Spiars  (A.  Campbell  and  Frank  Spiars)  oyster 

and  chop  house,  19-23  City  Market  * 
Campbell  A.  (Campbell  &  Spiars)  res  NE  cor  Eleventh  and 

Broadway 
Campbell  A.  B.,   foreman  City  Hall  Livery  Stable,  res  N  s 

Fourteenth  nr  Clay 
Campbell  A.  L.,  carpenter,  res  Stewarts  Hotel 
Campbell  Alexander,  atty-at-law,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr 

Seventeenth 

OAKLAND  TRIBUNE— People's  Paper—best  Advertiser. 


Wood-ward  &  Taggart — Desirable  Residence  Property  for  Sale. 


126  OAKLAND    [  Q  •]    DIRECTORY. 

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Campbell  Alexander,  atty-at.law,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Campbell  Alexander,   real  estate,   res  N  s  Caledonia  av  nr 

Grove 
Campbell  Alex.  J.,  student  University 

Campbell  Andrew,  res  E  s  "Webster  bet  Sixteenth  and  Sev- 
enteenth 
Campbell  Andrew,    foreman   with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,    res  cor 

Evoy  av  and  Lusk 
Campbell  B.  J.,  clerk  with  N.  Gallagher,  res  NE  cor  Twenty- 
fourth  and  Telegraph  av 
Campbell  Colin,  atty-at-law,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Sev- 
enteenth 
Campbell  Daniel,    carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,    res 

Washington  Hotel 
Campbell  Edward,  laborer,  res  S  s  Bay  pi  nr  Broadway 
Campbell  Edward,  saloon,  res  836  Clay 
Campbell  Ed.  H.  (Campbell  &  Carrigan)  461  Seventh 
Campbell  Edward  M.,  clerk  postoffice,  res  358  Seventh 
CAMPBELL  F.  M.,   city  superintendent  public   schools, 

room  2,  City  Hall,  res  NW  cor  Fifth  and  Market 
Campbell  Harvey,  carpenter,  NW  cor  Castro  and  First 
Campbell  H.  C,  atty-at-law,  res  W  s  Harrison  bet  Fifteenth 

and  Sixteenth 
Campbell  James,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Campbell  James  D.,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Fifth  and  Linden 
Campbell  John,  laborer  Oakland  Gaslight  Co,  res  Twenty- 
sixth  nr  Broadway 
Campbell  John,  foreman  mason  CPRR,  res  Goss  nr  Pine, 

WO 
Campbell  K.  A.  Mrs.,  teacher  Lafayette  School,  res  NE  cor 

Webster  and  Seventeenth 
Campbell  Martin,  res  Goss  nr  Pine,  W  O 
Campbell  Mary,  domestic  Blake  House 
Campbell  M.  M.,  brakeman  CPRE,  res  Grand  Western 

Hotel,  W  O 
Campbell  Moses,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  Goss  nr  Pine,  W  O 
Campbell  Norman,  carpenter,  res  732  Linden 
Campbell  Peter,  carpenter,  res  517  Ninth 
Campbell  Bodger,  laborer,  res  Thirtieth  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Campbell  Thomas,  laborer  C  P  B  E,  res  Goss  nr  Pine,  W  O 
Campbell  Thomas  C,  plasterer,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Center, 

WO 
Campbell  W.  S.,  capitalist,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Campton  George,   carpenter,   res  Central  Pacific  Railroad 

House,  W  O 
Camron  William  W.,  capitalist,  res  1218  Oak 


Insure  your  houses  with  Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway. 


Best  Ice  Cream  Freezers  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 

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Canary  John,  res  319  Fifth 

Canavan  Peter,  painter,  res  nr  junction  Campbell  and  Per- 

alta,  W  O 
Cane  George,  laborer,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Brown 
Canfield  L.  Mrs.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Canfield  R.  B.,  mining  engineer,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Canning  James,  capitalist,  res  463  Thirteenth 
Canning  James,  plasterer,  res  W  s  Wood  nr  Lincoln,  W  O 
Canning's  Block,  SW  cor  Thirteenth  and  Broadway- 
Cannon  Annie,  domestic,  SW  cor  Sixteenth  and  Grove 
Cannon  Edward  M.,  solicitor  Victor  Sewing  Machine  (S  F) 

res  Railroad  rv  nr  Union 
Cannon  Thomas,  plumber  with  J.  A.  C.  Macdonald,  res  676 

Fifth 
Cannon  — ,  res  N  s  East  Fourteenth  nr  Twenty-seventh  av 
Cantin  J.  P.,  stockbroker,  res  919  Adeline,  W  O 
Canty  W.  S.,  watchman  W.  D.  Co 

Cantz  Charles,  laborer,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Hobert 
Capbell  John,  teamster  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Evoy 

av  and  Lusk 
Capell  James  R.,  bookkeeper  with  Reilay  &  Bradway,  res 

1171  Eighth  av,  E  O 
Capell  William  R.,  joiner  Brooklyn  Planing  Mill,  res  1171 

Eighth  av,  E  O 
CAPITAL    SALOON,    Herman  Drucker  proprietor,   1055 

Thirteenth  av,  E  O 
Caplice  Mary,  domestic,  124  Eleventh 
Carbury  Thomas,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  Oakland  Wharf 
Card  William  M,,  farmer,  res  Bay  nr  Broadway 
Card  — ,  expressman,  res  Alta  House 
Carden  William  C,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Magnolia 
Care  Martin  T.,  tailor  with  J.  Carter,  res  559  Seventh 
Carey  Calvin,  carpenter,  res  856  Clay 
Carey  Clarence  A.,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  bet  Brush 

and  West 
Carey  George,  carrier  News,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  bet  Brush 

and  West 
Carey  John,  gardener,  res  E  s  13th  av  bet  E  Seventeenth 

and  East  Eighteenth 
Carey  M.  A.,  carrier  with  H.  C.  Hollub,  855  Broadway 
Carey  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Carey  William,  laborer,  res  601  Franklin 
CARL  &  CO.  (Charles  Carl  and  O.  Lincoln)  real  estate  and 

stock  brokers,  922  Broadway 
CARL  CHARLES  (Carl  &  Co.)  922  Broadway 
Carlan  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Mechanic's  Hotel 

Oakland  Tribune — best  Advertising  Medium  in  the  City. 


Woodward  &  Taggart — Homes  on  the  Installment  plan. 


128  OAKLAND     [  0  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Carleton  A.  B.,  teamster,  res  N  s  Seward  nr  Wood,  W  O 

Carleton  C.  A.,  hack  driver,  res  269  Ninth 

Carleton  George  H.,  police  officer,  City  Hall,  res  SW  cor 
Twelfth  and  Washington 

Carleton  Henry  E.,  farmer,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temes- 
cal  Creek 

Carleton  John  A.,  sawyer,  res  N  s  Seward  nr  Wood,  W  O 

Carley  G.  H.  Mrs.,  res  856  Clay 

Carlisle  Daniel,  contractor  and  builder,  res  363  Ninth 

Carlson  Conrad,  laborer,  res  E  s  College  av  nr  Asylum, 
Berkeley 

Carlton  Charles,  hackman  with  Newland  and  Pumyea,  res 
462  Seventh 

Carlton  George,  police  officer,  res  Blake  House 

Carlton  Horace  P.,  principal  Durant  School,  res  The  Cen- 
tennial House 

Carlyle  Samuel,  bricklayer,  res  French  Hotel,  W  B 

Carmady  Mary  Mrs.,  res  570  Sixth 

Carman  Frank  D.,  carpenter  CPE  B,  res  cor  Cedar  and 
Goss  W  O 

CARMICHAEL  &  NIXON  (C.  Carmichael  and  Bobert  B. 
Nixon)  contractors  and  builders,  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Frank- 
lin and  Webster 

CARMICHAEL  CHARLES  (Carmichael  &  Nixon)  res  Pa- 
cific House 

Carnall  Nathan  C,  student  University 

Carnall  Sallie  Miss,  student  University 

Carnell  Henry,  res  410  Tenth 

Carney  Jeremiah,  barkeeper  Winthrop  House,  res  409 
Seventh 

Caro  Charles,  salesman  with  A.  Lippmann,  res  519  Jessie 
(SF) 

Caro  Samuel,  cigars  and  tobacco,  res  823  Filbert 

Carothers  J.  T.,  collector  Oakland  Ferry  (S  F)  res  W  s  Ches- 
ter nr  Fifth 

Carpenter  Charles,  bookkeeper,  res  659  Franklin 

Carpenter  M.  A.  Mrs.,  res  916  Eighth 

Carpenter  William  C,  steward,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  bet 
Broadway  and  Telegraph  av 

CARPENTER  WILLIAM  H.  JR.,  proprietor  Contra  Costa 
Livery  and  Sale  Stable,  foot  Broadway 

Carpentier  H.  W.,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  254  Third 

Carr  Laurence,  carpenter,  res  219  Tenth 

Carr  L.  M.  Miss,  domestic,  760  Eleventh 

Carr  Michael,  boilermaker,  res  NW  cor  16th  av  'and  East 
Twelfth 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon  delivers  Ice,  Soda  and  Cider.     Depot  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND     [0]    DIRECTORY.  129 

Carrick  D.  S.  (Hayes,  Carrick  &  Co.)  res  NE  cor  12th  av 
and  East  Fifteenth 

Carrick  J.  W.,  capitalist,  res  753  Eighth 

Carrigan  Ann,  domestic,  W  s  4th  av  bet  East  Sixteenth  and 
East  Seventeenth 

Carrigan  Michael  (Campbell  &  Carrigan)  res  SW  cor  Wash- 
ington and  Eighth 

Carrigan  William,  deckhand  stmr  El  Capitan,  res  S  s  East 
Sixteenth  bet  5th  and  6th  avs 

Carrique  E.  T.,  agent  State  Investment  and  Insurance  Co, 
462  Eighth,  res  NW  cor  Washington  and  Ninth 

Carroll  Ann,  domestic,  Lake  N  end  Madison 

Carroll  Annie,  res  834  Clay 

Carroll  George,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  Oak- 
land House 

Carroll  George  W.,  machinist  CPRE,  res  S  s William  bet 
Wood  and  Willow 

Carroll  Henry  W.,  student  University 

Carroll  John,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 

Carroll  Martin,  laborer,  res  W  s  Center  bet  Sixth  and  Seventh 

Carroll  Patrick,  laborer,  res  N  s  West  Fifth  bet  Filbert  and 
Linden 

Carroll  Richard  W.,  hostler  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

Carroll  Wesley,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 

Carruthers  William,  fireman  Oakland  Gas  Co,  res  Overland 
House 

Carswell  John  D.,  res  1065  Fifth  av,  E  O 

Carter  Alfred  T.,  clerk  with  It.  G.  Huston,  res  cor  Univer- 
sity Grounds  and  Humboldt  av,  Berkeley 

Carter  Benjamin  H.,  canvasser,  res  S  s  Golden  Gate  av  nr 
Elm 

Carter  Bernard,  pastry  cook  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Carter  C.  W.  Mrs. f  res  Knox  House 

Carter  Ethern  I.,  hostler  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

Carter  George,  fireman  Overland  Mills,  res  Overland  House 

Carter  James  A.,  carpenter,  res  957  Franklin 

Carter  John,  tailor,  466  Eighth,  res  W  s  Linden  nr  Eight- 
eenth 

Carter  John,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  SE  cor  Ninth  and  Clay 

Carter  Mary,  waiter  Mechanics'  Hotel 

Carter  Thomas,  tailor  with  J.  Carter,  466  Eighth 

Carter  William  N.,  blacksmith  and  res  junction  Magnolia 
and  Peralta 

Carteron  Edward,  patternmaker,  res  620  Fifth 

Cartright  A.  D.,  res  771  Fourteenth 

Cary  F.  M.,  painter  with  J.  E.  Howe,  res  466  Third 


OAKLAND  TRD3UNE~largest  circulation  in  Oakland. 

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130  OAKLAND     [  (]  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Cary  James,  laborer,  res  Fourteenth  nr  East  Thirty-fourth 

Cary  L.  H.,  physician,  res  916  Eighth 

Casassa  Andrew,  clerk  with  Eaffo  Bros.,  res  671  Broadway 

Casavan  Alphonse,  teamster  with  Beniillard  Bros. 

Case  Annie,  domestic,  W  s  Chester  nr  Ninth,  W  O 

Case  Charles,  bookkeeper,  res  E  s  Broadway  bet  Seven- 
teenth and  Eighteenth 

Case  Elijah,  president  Great  Eastern  Con  G  &  S  M  &  M  Co, 
res  E  s  Broadway  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth 

Case  Isham,  res  W  s  Twelfth  av  bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East 
Sixteenth 

Casey  Jeremiah,  harnessmaker,  res  727  Fifth 

Casey  John,  laborer,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 

Casey  John,  blacksmith  with  Michael  Casey,  res  SW  cor 
Telegraph  av  and  Twenty-first 

CASEY  MICHAEL,  horseshoer  and  farrier,  408  Seventh, 
res  SW  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Twenty-first 

Casey  Thomas  C,  contractor,  res  SE  cor  Durant  and  Bdwy 

Casey  W.  J.,  porter  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Cashman  Michael,  farmer,  res  E  s  Daney  nr  University  av, 
Berkeley 

Caspard  Jacob,  res  577  Second 

Cass  — ,  painter,  res  669  Webster 

Cassedy  James,  boarding,  W  s  San  Pablo  av,  North  Temescal 

Casses.  Joseph,  res  Overland  House 

Cassidy  &  Lough  (Edward  Cassidy  and  Harry  Lough) 
butchers,  800  Broadway 

Cassidy  Edward  (Cassidy  &  Lough)  res  SE  cor  Broadway 
and  Fourth 

Cassidy  Bernard,  teamster  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Evoy 
av  and  Lusk 

Cassidy  John,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel. 

Castera  Adele  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Fourth  bet  Grove  and  Castro 

Castello  A.  E.,  atty-at-law,  828  Broadway 

Castello  G.  Mrs.,  res  408  Seventh 

Castello  James,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Castle  Andrew,  hostler  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

Castro  B.  Mrs.,  res  310  Seventh 

Castro  Frank,  laborer  with  Taylor  &  Co.,  res  NE  cor  Twen- 
ty-eighth and  Grove 

Castro  Frances,  laborer,  res  E  s  Grove  nr  Twenty-seventh 

Castro  Lena,  domestic,  963  Clay 

Castro  Luis,  county  surveyor,  County  Court  House,  room  4, 
res  San  Leandro 

Caswell  C.  C.,  clerk  with  S.  A.  Perry  &  Co.,  res  843  Broad- 
way 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


For  biliousness  drink  Eastern  Cider.     Gordon,  agt,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND    [0]      DIRECTORY.  131 

Caswell  Mason  P.  (Maloon<fc  Caswell)  res  S  s  Twenty-second 
nr  Market 

Cather  John,  watchman  Mills'  Seminary 

Cather  J.  P.  J.,  accountant,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Twen- 
ty-third and  Twenty -fourth 

Cather  Sarah,  widow,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Twenty-third 
and  Twenty-fourth 

Catlin  Brant  T.,  clerk  naval  office  Custom  House  (S  F)  res 
W  s  Linden  nr  Eighth 

Cattaneo  Giuseppe,  restaurant  and  garden,  W  s  Tele- 
graph av  nr  Temescal  Creek 

Cattell  J.  E.,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Henry 

Catton  Fred.  E.,  cashier  (S  F)  res  E  s  Poplar  bet  Tenth 
and  Twelfth,  West  Oakland 

Caulfrod  John,  res  Fourteenth  av  nr  East  Nineteenth 

CAVAGNARO  F.  (Clivio  k  Cavagnaro)  res  E  s  Broadway 
bet  Third  and  Fourth 

Cavanah  Edward,  laborer,  res  960  Castro 

Cavanaugh  Martin,  laborer,  res  N  s  Twenty-seventh  nr  West 

Cavanaugh  Martin,  gardener,  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Charter 

Cavanaugh  Martin  L.,  carpenter,  res  cor  Birch  and  Napa, 
Temescal 

Cavasso  Isidpre,  collector,  res  5  Locust 

Cavell  H.,  Red  Star  Tea  Store,  465  Sixth,  res  NE  cor  Four- 
teenth and  Clay 

Cavell  Sarah,  ladies'  employment  office,  res  NE  cor  Four- 
teenth and  Clay 

Caverly  John,  cashier  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Caverly  Orin,  shoemaker,  res  S  s  East  Thirty-second  nr  13th 
av,  Lynn 

Caverly  Orin  E.,  clerk  with  Steere  &  Colby,  res  N  s  East 
Fifteenth  bet  12th  and  13th  avs 

Cavero  Joseph,  groceries,  store  and  res  SE  cor  Myrtle  and 
Third 

Cawlan  Thomas,  boilermaker  W  D  Co,  res  Charter  Oak 
Hotel,  W  O 

Ceasor  Samuel,  laborer,  res  702  Brush 

Cecil  S.  W.,  sashmaker  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  960  Clay 

CENTENNIAL  M.  E.  CHURCH,  J.  H.  Wythe  Jr.,  pastor, 
W  s  Campbell  nr  Taylor,  W  O 

CENTENNIAL  (THE),  William  R.  Bentley  propr,  NE  cor 
Fourteenth  and  Cary 

CENTRAL  BLOCK,  SE  cor  Twelfth  and  Broadway 

CENTRAL  HOUSE,  James  O'Connell  propr,   415  Seventh 

Central  Land  Co.  (The)  C.  T.  H.  Palmer  president,  F.  B. 
Haswell  secretary,  954  Broadway 


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Central  Pacific  House,  Edward  F.  K.  Keid  propr,  NE  cor 

Eleventh  and  Webster 
Central  Pacific  Eailroad  House,  F.  Leonhard  propr,  NE  cor 

Bay  and  William,  W  O 
CENTRAL  SALOON,  Charles  G.  Wirth  propr,   321  East 

Twelfth 
Cerf  Aaron,  merchant,  res  263  Fourth 

Cerini  Frank,  junk  (SF)  resNW  cor  Twenty-sixth  and  Market 
Chabot  A.,  president  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,   res  Tubbs 

Hotel 
Chabot  Bemi,   superintendent  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  res 

277  Eighth 
Chadman  Joseph,  miller  (S  F)  res  N  s  Temescal  Creek  nr 

Chalfant  John  E.,  res  981  5th  av,  E  O 

Chalmers  Kobert,  teacher,  res  Vermont  nr  Telegraph  av 

Chamberlain  E.  W.,  foreman  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  W  s 

Center  nr  Seventh 
Chamberlain  John,  clerk,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  6th  and 

7th  avs 
Chamberlain   Philo   B.,    secretary  Dredging  Co.,    res  N  s 

Sycamore  nr  Grove 
Chamberlain  Silas,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  W  s 

Broadway  nr  Twentieth 
Chamberlain    William  H.,    student    University,    res    411 

Twelfth 
Chamberlin  Alfred  M.,  sashmaker  Pioneer  Planing  Mills, 

res  960  Clay 
Chamberlin  Ransom,  res  S  s  Bancroft  way  nr  Humboldt  av, 

Berkeley 
Chamberlin  Robert,  laborer  W.  D.  Co. 
Chamberlin  William,  with  Oakland  Furniture  Warerooms, 

res  610  Fourteenth 
Chambers  &  Constable  (John  H.  Chambers  and  William 

Constable)  Star  Bakery,  NE  cor  Twenty-fourth  and  Tel- 
egraph av 
Chambers  Frederick,  tinsmith  with  0.  C.  Kirk,  res  315  East 

Twelfth 
CHAMBERS  GEORGE  (Gladding,  McBean  &  Co)  res  Chi- 
cago 
Chambers  John  H.   (Chambers  &   Constable)  res  NE  cor 

Twenty-fourth  and  Telegraph  av 
Champion  A.  D.  A.,  res  312  Tenth 
Champlin  Samuel  A.,  housemover,  res  Twenty-second  nr 

Market 
Chanaron  H.,  barber  with  E.  Mosca,  res  571  Fifth 


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Chance  John,  fireman  CPRK,  res Railroad Exchange,  W O 

Chandler  Simeon,  res  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Thirty-ninth 

Chandler  S.  M.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Alice  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fif- 
teenth 

Chantereau  E.,  capitalist,  res  816  Washington 

Chapfield  James,  carpenter,  res  418  Third 

Chapin  C.  A.,  stockbroker,  res  763  Eighth 

Chapin  J.  B.,  tinsmith,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Chapin  Samuel  A.  jr.,  student  University 

Chapman  Benjamin,  watchmaker  California  Watch  Co,  res 
cor  Fifth  and  Folsom,  W  B 

Chapman  Charles  D.,  painter,  res  269  Fifth 

Chapman  James,  machinist,  res  835  Clay 

Chapman  J.  F.,  res  SW  cor  9th  av  and  East  Eleventh 

Chapman  Melvine,  painter,  res  269  Fifth 

Chapman  Thomas  B.,  brakeman  C  P  R  R,  res  W  s  Lewis 
bet  First  and  Third 

Chapman  William  H.,  student  University 

Chapman  —  Mrs.,  res  315  Second 

Chappellet  F.,  president  Pacific  Stone  Co,  agent  Berkeley 
Ville  Association  and  Berkeley  Real  Estate  and  Water 
Co,  S  s  Seventh  bet  Broadway  and  Washington,  res 
Berkeley  Ville 

Chapplain  John  D.,  contractor  and  builder,  res  E  s  Grove 
nr  Sycamore 

Chaquett  E  ,  machinist,  res  S  s  Railroad  av  nr  Filbert 

Charles  — ,  proprietor  Piedmont  Dairy,  res  Forty-second  nr 
Telegraph  av 

Charleston  William  S.,  student  University 

Charlington  Nettie,  seamstress,  res  Blake  House 

Charlton  Frank,  tailor,  res  424  Third 

Charpontier  Pauline,  groceries  and  liquora,  612  Franklin 

Charpontier  Peter,  res  612  Franklin 

Chart  John,  capitalist,  E  s  Union  bet  University  av  nr  Ban- 
,  croft  Way,  Berkeley 

CHARTER  OAK  HOTEL,  W.  M.  Hall  proprietor,  S  s  Rail- 
road av  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W  O 

Chartrand  Louis,  wines  and  liquors,  saloon  and  res  617 
Broadway 

CHASE  &  BAKER  (Jerry  A.  Chase  and  Henry  Y.  Baker) 
groceries,  N  s  Railroad  av  bet  Wood  and  Pine,  W  O 

Chase  Andrew  K.,  salesman  with  Kohler,  Chase  &  Co,  res 
824  Myrtle 

CHASE  CHARLES  E.,  proprietor  Grand  Western  Restau- 
rant, N  s  Railroad  av  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W  O 

Chase  E.  J.,  policeman,  City  Hall 

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Chase  Elbridge  G.,  res  Nolan  cor  West 

Chase  George  (Bangle  &  Chase)  res  202  East  Ninth 

CHASE  J.  A.  (Chase  &  Baker)  res  S  s  Goss  nr  Pine,  W  O 

Chase  Joseph  P.,  laborer,  res  cor  Fourth  and  Addison, W  B 

Chase  Mose,  master  mariner,  res  202  East  Ninth 

Chase  R.  Hilton,  physician  and  surgeon  (S  F)  res  411  Twelfth 

Chase  W.  F.,  res  411  Twelfth 

Chauche  A.  G.,  res  NW  cor  Alice  and  Seventh 

Chauvet  Louise  Mrs.,  res  Forty-eighth  nr  Shattuck 

Cheesbro  Henry  S.,  res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Twenty-first 

Cheminant  A.  S.,  deputy  County  Becorder,  res  cor  Oak  and 

and  Pacific  av,  Alameda 
Cheney  Lemuel  W.,  student  University 
Chenoweth  John,  barkeeper  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Chere  Alfred,  laborer  with  Shakespear  and  Walter,  res  804 

Jefferson 
Cherry  Ernest  E.,   clerk  with  Sanford,  Kelsey  &  Co,  res 

Eland  House 
Chester  Charles,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Adeline  bet  Fifth  and 

Seventh 
Chevuntin  Francis,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Chick  A.  C,  Stocks  (S  F)  res  S  s  Short  nr  Cedar  av  W  O 
Chick  Orra  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Forty-ninth  nr  Telegraph  av 
CHIEF   ENGINEER  FIRE   DEPARTMENT,  M.  De  La 

Montanya,  City  Hall 
CHIEF  OF  POLICE,  D.  H.  Band,  office  City  Hall 
CHILD   EDWARD,  contractor  and  builder,    456   Eighth, 

room  15 
Childs  Andrew  J.,  solicitor,  res  E  s  Filbert  nr  Thirtieth 
Childs  George  W.,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Linden 
Childs  J.  W.,  res  727  Fourth 
Chilton  &  Broodway  (Arthur  Chilton  and  John  Broodway) 

fruit  and  vegetables,  SE  cor  East  Twelfth  and  11th  av 
Chilton   Arthur    (Chilton   &   Broodway)   res   SE  cor  East 

Twelfth  and  11th  av 
Chinese  Christian  Association  School,  905  Webster 
Chi  Phi  House,  Alonzo  M.  Grim  treasurer,  W  s  Daney  nr 

University,  Berkeley 
Chisholm  Duncan,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Third  bet  Lewis  and 

Peralta 
Chisholm  P.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Choquette  Cleophase,  teamster  with  Remillard  &  Bros 
Chouches  C,  farmer,  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal  Creek 
Christenson  Jiergen,  groceries,  store  and  res  Telegraph  av 

bet  Twenty-fourth  and  Twenty-fifth 
Christian  Frank,  brakeman  C  P  C  R,  res  Oakland  Wharf 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Eastern  Cider  Company,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND    [  0  ]    DIRECTORY.  135 

Christian  Henry  W.,  printer  Bulletin  (S  F)  res  N  s  Walton 

nr  Telegraph  av 
Christy  Samuel  B.,  instructor  chemistry,  University 
Chubbuck  Charles  E.,  real  estate  agent,  res  E  s  San  Pablo 

av  nr  Hobart 
Chung  Kee,  Oakland  Co.  Cigar  Manufacturing,  466  Seventh 
Chung  Lee,  laundry,  413  Seventh 
Chung  Wah,  laundry,  SE  cor  First  and  Webster 
Church  Gideon,  gardener,  res  N  s  East  Twenty-third  bet 

Twenty-first  and  Twenty-second  avs,  E  O 
Church  J.  W.,  custom  house  officer  (S  F)  res  N  s  Fifteenth 

nr  Market 
Church  of  the  Advent  (Episcopal)  SW  cor  17th  av  and  East 

Fourteenth 
Church  Roderick,  deputy  tax  collector,  res  267  Eighth 
Church  W.  L.,  copyist  with  county  recorder,  res  cor  Tenth 

and  Washington 
Cilley  Scott  F.,  clerk  with  Steere  &  Colby,   res  SE  cor  13th 

av  and  East  Twelffh 
Cinclle  George,  plasterer,  res  709  East  Twelfth 
CITY  ASSESSOR,  Joseph  M.  Dillon,  office  City  Hall 
CITY  ATTORNEY,  Henry  Vrooman,  office  City  Hall 
CITY  CLERK,  H.  Hillebrand,  office  City  Hall,  room  4 
CITY  COUNCIL,  James  Dods  president,  City  Hall 
CITY  ENGINEER,  Thomas  J.  Arnold,  office  City  Hall 
CITY  HALL,  NW  cor  Fourteenth  and  San  Pablo  Road 
CITY  HALL  LIVERY  STABLE,  W.  A.  Richards  proprie- 
tor, N  s  Fourteenth  W  of  City  Hall 
CITY   LICENSE    COLLECTOR,  J.  J.  Porter,    office    City 

Hall,  room  5 
City  Market  Exchange,    Peter  E.    Cooney   manager,    422 

"  Twelfth 
CITY  MARSHAL,  Perry  Johnson,  City  Hall,  room  5 
CITY  PHYSICIAN,  Dr."G.  E.  Sherman,  office  City  Hall 
CITY  POUND,  George  Taylor  master,  office  cor  "Twenty- 
eighth  and  Market 
CITY    SUPERINTENDENT   PUBLIC    SCHOOLS,  F.  M. 

Campbell,  office  City  Hall 
CITY  TREASURER,  H.  Hillebrand,  office  city  Hall  room  4 
CITY  WHARFINGER,  William  Harwood,  office  City  Hall 
Civel  Martha*  Mrs.,  res  806  Alice 
Clancey  William,  stableman  with  L.  M.  Beaudry 
Clancy  Bridget,  domestic,  704  Eighth 
Claren  Edward,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Twentieth 
Clark  Alfred,  boilermaker  C  P  R  R,  res  Soracco  House,  W  O 
Clark  Alvia  K.,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  717  Tenth 


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Clark  Charles  K.,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  N  s  Prospect  av  nr 

Broadway 
Clark  Daniel,  whitener,  res  710  Franklin 
Clark  Edward,  painter,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Grove 
Clark  Ezra,  agent,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Jefferson 
Clark  Foster  T.,  livery  stable,  1066  Thirteenth  av,  res  Union 

Hotel,  E  O 
Clark  Frank,    boilermaker,    res    Central    Pacific   Kailroad 

House,  W  O 
Clark  George,  foreman  boilermaker  W  D  Co,  res  S  s  Goss 

bet  Wood  and  Pine,  W  O 
Clark  Helen  Miss,  folder  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Clark  Henry,  whitener,  res  710  Franklin 
Clark  Henry  H.,  compositor  with  Butler  &  Bowman,  res  469 

Tenth 
Clark  Horace,  freight  clerk  C  P  R  R,  foot  of  Broadway 
Clark  Hugh,  plasterer,  res  W  s  Valley  nr  Twenty-fourth 
Clark  James,  groceries  and  liquors,  store  and  res  SE  cor 

Filbert  and  Fifth 
Clark  Katie  Miss,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Nineteenth 
Clark  Levi,  painter,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  West 
Clark  Lizzie,  domestic,  SW  cor  Clay  and  Seventeenth 
Clark  Maggie  Mrs.,  res  480  Second 
Clark  Marion,  res  463  Fourth 

Clark  Matilda,  domestic,  S  s  Hobart  nr  Telegraph  av 
Clark  M.  B.,  music  teacher,  res  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Forty- 
third 
Clark  M.  C.  Mrs.,  music  teacher,  res  Sixteenth  nr  Jefferson 
Clark  R.  A.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  Kirkham 
Clark  Rachel,  dressmaker,  res  N  s  Temescal  nr  Telegraph  av 
Clark  Rebecca,  dressmaker,  res  N  s  Temescal  nr  Telegraph 

av 
Clark  Richard  N.,  porter  C  P  R  R,  res  907  Willow 
Clark  Sarah  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  N  s  Temescal  nr  Tele- 
graph av 
Clark  Thomas  B.,   clerk  IT.    S.    Sub-Treasurer   (S  F)  res 

NE  cor  Eleventh  and  Castro 
Clark  Thomas  H.,  atty-at-law,  res  Ns  Sixteenth  nr  Jefferson 
Clark  Walter,  carriagemaker,  res  S  s  Charter  bet  San  Pablo 

and  Telegraph  avs 
Clark  W.  B..  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Clark  William,  hostler  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Clark  William  D.,  brass  founder,  res  769  Twelfth 
Clark  Xenos  Y.,  student  University 

Clark  — ,  engineer  C  P  R  R,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and  Wil- 
low, W  O 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs,  469  Ninth  st. 

OAKLAND    [0]    DIRECTORY.  137 

i 

Clark  — ,  sliipjoiner  C  P  B  B,  res  Cedar  nr  Bailroadav,WO 
Clarke  Edwin  A.,   messenger   London  and  San  Francisco 

Bank  (S  F)  res  NW  cor  West  Fifth  and  Filbert 
Clarke  J.  B.,    assistant  instructor  mathematics   University 
Clarke  John,  turner  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  Magnolia  nr 

Third 
Clarkson  George  F.,  driver,  res  701  Washington 
Clasbey  Delia,  domestic,  W  s  Broadway  nr  Twentieth 
CLASSICAL  AND  ENGLISH  SCHOOL,  K.  W.  Brier,  prin- 
cipal, basement  First  Presbyterian  Church,  N  s  Thir- 
teenth bet  Franklin  and  Webster 
Classon  &  Trost  (John  Classon  and  Gustavus  A.  Trost)  hair- 
dresser, 1010  Broadway 
Classon  John  (Classon  &  Trost)  res  1010  Broadway 
Clausen  August,  shipwright,  W  D  Co 
Clavelot  A.,  sawfiler,  411  Seventh 
Clay  Frederic,  res  S  s  Market  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth 
Clay  Henry,  res  N  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  19th  and  20th  avs 
Clayton  C.  F.,  marker  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Clayton  Charles,  merchant  (S  F)  res  N  s  Fifteenth  bet  Brush 

and  Castro 
Clayton  J.  E.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Brown  nr  West 
Clayton  William,  cabinetmaker  with  E.  Hook,  res  517  Ninth 
Clear  Thomas,  fireman  Oakland  Gaslight  Co.,  res  358  Ninth 
Cleary  Michael  (McCusker  &  Co.,  S  F)  res  912  Clay 
Clement  Lewis M.,  civil  engineer  C  PEE,  res  1013  Twelfth 
Clement  — ,  res  212  Eleventh 
CLEMENTS  GILBERT  (Cadogan,   Smith  &  Co.)  res  NW 

cor  Seventh  and  Washington 
CLERK  CITY,  H.  Hillebrand,  office  4  City  Hall 
CLERK  COUNTY,  Charles  G.  Eeed,  County  Court  House, 

room  1 
Cleveland  CD.,  marblerubber  Manhattan  Marble  Co,  res 

Fifth  bet  Grove  and  Castro 
Cleveland  Charles,  res  663  Grove 
Clever  Louis,  res  410  Tenth 
Cleverly  C.  C,  jeweler,  res  N  s  Caledonia  av  nr  Telegraph 

av 
Cleverly  H.  C,  watchmaker,  958  Broadway 
Clibborn  Percy  J.,  bookkeeper  (S  F),  res  317  Eleventh 
Clifford  Frank  P.,  watchmaker   Cal   Watch  Co,  res  Park 

House,  W  B 
Clifford  John,  laborer,  res  W  s  Chester  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 
Clifford  Joseph,  foreman  C  P  E  E,  res  E  s  Lewis  nr  First 
Clifton  William  G.,  bookkeeper  with  C.  E.  Lewis  &  Co.,  res 
954  Broadway 

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Climo  A.,  carpenter,  res   Central  Pacific   Railroad  House, 

WO 
Climo  Samuel,  carpenter,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House, 

WO 
Cline  Charles,  cook  with  Chris.  Bauder  &  Co. 
Cline  N.,  janitor,  1004  Broadway,  room  19 
Clinton  De  Witt,  carpenter  and  builder,  833  Seventh 
Clinton  Flouring  Mills,  Wiston  &  Welch  proprietors,  SW 

cor  Twelfth  av  and  East  Eleventh 
CLINTON  MARKET,  M.  Y.  Stewart  proprietor,  309  East 

Twelfth 
Clisby  Seth,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  S  s  Logan  nr  Telegraph 

av 
CLIVIO  &  CAVAGNARO  (C.  Clivio   and  F.    Cavagnaro), 

fruits,  candies,  tobacco  and  paper  bags,  920  Broadway 
CLTVIO  C.   (Clivio  &  Cavagnaro),  res  E  s  Broadway  bet 

Third  and  Fourth 
Cloeren  Edward,  brewer  Oakland  Brewery 
Clough  Alton  H.,  clerk  (S  F)  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Wood 
Clough  James,  carpenter,  res  Humboldt  House 
Clough  James  P.,  mining,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Wood 
Clough  Mary  L.,  copyist   Signs   of    the  Times,  NW   cor 

Eleventh  and  Castro 
Clough  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  Humboldt  Hotel 
Clow  A.  B.  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  S  s  Caledonia 

av  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Grove 
Clow  Amelia  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  S  s  Caledonia 

av  nr  Telegraph  av 
Clow  E.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Caledonia  av  nr  Telegraph  av 
Clow  James  B.,  student  University 
Clowes  F.  B.,  student  University 
Cloyes  Came  Miss,  res  N  s  Twenty-first  nr  West 
Clus  Ernest,  laborer  with  Kunkel  Bros. 
Clymer  J.  J.,  res  1205  Franklin 

Coakly  John,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  First  and  Chestnut 
Coan  James,  blacksmith  C  P  R  R,  res  cor  Twenty-second 

and  West 
Coates  Thomas,  deckhand  steamer  Louisa,  res  518  Sixth 
Coates  William  D.,  mining  broker  (S  F)  res  SW  cor  Nine- 
teenth and  Telegraph  av 
Cobb  Charles  T.,  carpenter,  res  562  Seventh 
Cobb  George  D.,  deputy  County  Recorder,  res  High  nr 

Central  av,  Alameda 
Cobb  R.  S.,  watchman  W.  D.  Co 

Cobbledick  James,  hardwood  lumber,  res  177  East  Twelfth 
Coburn  T.,  farmer,  res  E  s  College  av  nr  Asylum,  Berkeley 


Try  Stephen  Smith's  system  of  collecting  Rents,  917  Broadway 


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OAKLAND    [  0  ]    DIRECTORY.  139 

Coby  Peter,  laborer,  res  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  13th  and 

14th  avs 
Cochran  — ,  res  S  s  Railroad  av  bet  Chester  and  Henry 
Cochran  A.  H.,  painter,  res  1114  Tenth  av,  E  O 
Cochran  Jesse  F.,  signpainter,  res  E  s  Myrtle  nr  Twenty- 
fourth 
Cochrane  Charles,  bookkeeper,  res  Alta  House 
Cockley  Daniel,  laborer,  res  X  s  Fifteenth  nr  Market 
Coe  John  F.,  collector,  921  Broadway,  res  946  Adeline 
Coe  Theodore  H.,  bookkeeper  Oakland  Gaslight  Co,  res  SW 

cor  Eighth  and  Campbell 
Coe  — ,  plumber,  res  W  s  Campbell  nr  Eighth,  W  O 
Coffee  &  Furst  (M.  H.  Coffee  and  H.  Furst)  dry,  fancy  and  i 

furnishing  goods  and  boots  and  shoes,  837  Broadway  § 

Coffee  Michael  H.  (Coffee  &  Furst)  res  516  Fifth 
Coffey  William  M.,  salesman  with  E.  H.  Hyde,  res  456  Eighth 
Coffin  Frank,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Sixteenth 
Coffin  Fred.  S.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Lincoln  nr  Pine,  WO  5 

Coffmann  T.,  pedlar,  res  615  Sixth  I  p 

Cogan  William,  carpenter  W.  D.   Co,  res  N  s   Eighth  bet  :  & 

Wood  and  Willow  S- 

Coggeshall  Frederick  R.,  bookkeeper  with  W.  &  M.  Ever-  i  ©* 

son,  res  San  Pablo  nr  Temescal  I  3 

Coggshall  Frederick  C,  fanner,  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Tern-    <g 

escal  creek 
Cogswell  James  P.,  real  estate,  res  1116  West 
COHEN  ANNIE,  fancy  dry  goods,  N  s  Bailroad  av  nr  Pine, 

res  Soracco  House,  W  O 
Cohen  James,  laborer,  res  S  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Cohn  David  S.,  student  University 
Cohn  Elken  Rev.,  res  Kelsey  House 
Cohn  Julius,  peddler,  res  521  Sixth 
Cohn  Samuel,  clerk  with  Mellis  Bros,  res  875  Broadway 
Coindre  Fannie  Mrs.,  fruits,  669  Broadway 
Colburn  Edward  S.,  stocks  (S  F)  res  SW  cor  Campbell  and 

Twelfth,  W  O 
Colburn  Jacob  S.,  clerk  with  Christian  Schreiber,  res  SW  cor 

Campbell  and  Twelfth,  W  O 
Colby  F.  A.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  NW  cor  Fourth  and  Webster 
Colby  Hiram  H.  (Steere  k  Colby)  res  X  s  East  Seventeenth 

bet  Fifth  and  Sixth  avs,  E  O 
Colderwick  Frederick,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  N  s  Atlantic 

bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W  O 
COLE  &  RALSTON  (Wm.  J.  Cole  and  H.  H.  Ralston)  im- 
porters and  dealers  coal  and  proprietors  Oakland  Feed 

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Cole  L.  G.,  capitalist,  res  W  s  Webster  nr  Twenty-second 

Cole  Lydia  Mrs.,  res  838  Market 

Cole  Marie  D.,  student  University 

Cole  Eector  E.,   dentist  and  president  Board  Education, 

1055  Broadway,  res  SE  cor  Adeline  and  West  Tenth 
Cole  William,  miller  with  Sarpy,  Barstow  &  Co,  res  563 

Second 
Cole  William  A.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Franklin  and  Third 
COLE  WILLIAM  J.  (Cole  &  Ralston)  res  NW  cor  Moss  av 

and  Webster 
Colebach  Joseph,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-fifth  nr  Broadway 
Coleman  John,  laborer   C  P  R  R,   res  Twenty-eighth  nr 

Broadway 
Coleman  John  W.,  stockbroker  (S  F)  res  754  Eighth 
Coleman  Martin,  laborer  W  D  Co 
Coleman  Patrick,  laborer  W  D  Co 
Coleman  Thomas  S.,  mining,  res  10  Pine,  W  O 
Coleman  Willis  B.,  carpenter  Enterprise  Mills 
Colfer  John,  clerk  with  James  Larue 
Colgett  John,  gardener,  res  S  s  Fourteenth  nr  Filbert 
Colen  Henry,  car  repairer  CPKR,  res  Railroad  Exchange 

Hotel,  W  O 
Collard  John,  carpenter,  res  Temescal  nr  Telegraph  av 
College  Hall,  A.  C.  Dietz  proprietor,  NE  cor  Harrison  and 

Twelfth 
Collie  John,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Eleventh  bet  Castro  and  Brush 
Collier  Jacob,  carpenter  W  D  Co 
Collier  John,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  Railroad  av  bet  Center 

and  Chester 
Collins  Lyman  P.,  salesman  Florence  S  M  Co.  (S  F)  res  cor 

Pine  and  Seward,  W  O 
Collins  Albert  F.,  wholesale  produce,  res  NW  cor  Durant 

and  Jackson 
Collins  Albert  W.,  Manager  Cal.  Watch  Co,  res  E  s  Madi- 
son bet  Ninth  and  Tenth 
Collins  Dennis,  laborer,  res  167  Eighth 
Collins  E.  G.,  widow,  res  E  s  Chester  nr  Third 
Collins  Frank,  barber  with  James  Washington,    res  1010 

Pacific 
Collins  George  H.,  lumber,  res  1099  Third 
Collins   Henry,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  Railroad  Exchange 

Hotel,  W  O 
Collins  John,  res  E  s  7th  av  bet  East  Sixteenth  and  East 

Seventeenth 
Collins  Nora  Mrs.,  res  cor  Market  and  Eighteenth 
Collins  P.  M.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  nr  Grove 

STEPHEN  SMITH—for  Choice  City  Lots— 917  Broadway. 


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Collins  Samuel,  laborer,  res  601  East  Twelfth 
Collins  Solomon,  bricklayer,  res  Prospect  av  nr  Telegraph  av 
Collins  Thomas,  hackman  with  S.   Harris,  res  408   Thir- 
teenth 
Collischonn    Charles,    clerk,    res  NE    cor    "Wood  and  At- 
lantic, W  0 
Collyer  Jacob,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Wood 
Colmer  Frederick  C,  carpenter,  res  Star  House 
Colson  Edward  F.,  student,  res  763  Eleventh 
Colville  Sarah  Mrs.,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  7th  and 

8th  avs,  E  O 
Colvin  James  A.,  gasfitter,  res  E  s  Chester  bet  West  Fifth 

and  Seventh 
Comes  Emanuel,  printer,  res  712  Filbert 
Comes  Trinity,  dressmaker,  res  712  Filbert 
COMMERCIAL  FIRE  INSURANCE  CO.  OF  LONDON, 

William  Hoskins  agent,  909  Broadway 
Commeseel  Herman,  res  371  Ninth 
Compamna  &  Co.  (Rocco  Compamna  and  Albert  Girolami) 

saloon,  S  s  Forty-seventh  nr  Shattuck  av 
Compamna  Rocco  (Compamna  <fe  Co.)  res  S  s  Forty-seventh 

nr  Shattuck  av 
Compton  H.  K.,  brakeman  C  P  E  E,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
Conboy  Mary  Mrs.,  res  cor  Filbert  and  Twenty-second 
Cond  Francis,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Adeline,  W  O 
Condry  Patrick,  laborer,  res  S  s  West  nr  Seventeenth 
Cone  James,  laborer  C  P  BE,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr 

West 
Cone  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow  and  Wood, 

WO 
Cone  P.  H.,  laborer,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  Cypress,  W  O 
Congdon  Charles  H.,  student  University 
Conklin  Frank  G.  (P.  &  F.  G.  Conklin,  S  F)  res  E  s  4th 

av  bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East  Sixteenth 
Conklin  John,  laborer,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
Conley  Andrew,  laborer,  res  1122  East  Fifteenth 
Conley  Charles,  carpenter,  res  1057  13th  av,  E  O 
Conley  Francis,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Myrtle  and  Fifth 
Conley  Frank,  bookkeeper,  res  S  s  East  Eleventh  bet  9th 

and  10th  avs 
Conley  Martin,  pedlar,  res  N  s  Third  bet  Chestnut  and  Ad- 
eline 
Conley  Michael,  res  Mansion  House,  E  O 
Conley  William,  res  Third  nr  Webster 
Conlin  Edward,  blacksmith  C  P  R  R,  res  cor  Twenty-second 
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Conlon  John,  lather,  res  E  s  Linden  bet  Second  and  Third 

Conn  C.  W.,  books  and  stationery,  res  174  Sixth 

Connair  — ,  carpenter,  res  W  s  8th  av  bet  East  Twelfth  and 
East  Fourteenth 

Connell  George,  painter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 

Connell  M.  Miss,  dressmaker,  321  Twelfth 

Connell  M.  A.  Miss,  seamstress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Connell  Michael,  laborer,  res  812  Filbert 

Connelly  David,  plasterer,  res  NW  cor  Twelfth  and  Kirk- 
ham,  WO 

Connelly  Ellen,  nurse,  SW  cor  Sixth  and  Oak 

Connelly  John,  laborer  CPEE,  res  cor  Short  and  Bay,  W  O 

Conner  James,  teamster,  res  N  s  Twenty -fourth  nr  Telegraph 
av 

Conners  Cornelius,  laborer,  res  218  Sixth 

Conners  J.  Mrs.,  res  809  Webster 

Conners  William,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Conniff  Michael,  res  Mansion  House,  E  O 

Connolly  Thomas,  res  S  s  Dwight  way  nr  Telegraph  av,  B 

Connor  John,  laborer,  res  761  Castro 

Connor  L.  B.,  conductor  CPEK,  res  W  s  Chester  nr  Ninth, 
WO 

Connor  M.  A.,  nurse,  SW  cor  Market  and  Twelfth 

CONNOR  WILLIAM  B.,  boarding  and  saloon,  San  Lean- 
dro  Road  3  miles  fm  East  Oakland 

Connors  David,  teamster,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-third  and  Tel- 
egraph av 

Connors  James,  laborer,  res  Central  House 

Connors  John,  fruits  (S  F)  res  N  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Telegraph 
av      » 

Connors  John,  laborer,  res  W  s  Second  nr  University  av 

Connors  William,  laborer,  res  S  s  Charter  bet  San  Pablo 
and  Telegraph  avs 

CONRAD  B.  S.  (Logan  &  Conrad)  861J  Broadway 

CONRAD  W.  D.,  apothecary,  store  and  res  SW  cor  East 
Twelfth  and  13th  av 

Conroy  Edmund  C,  student  University 

Conroy  James,  boilermaker,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad 
House,  W  O 

Conroy  John,  car  repairer  C  P  R  R,  res  cor  Campbell  and 
Willow,  W  O 

Conroy  Thomas  J.,  student  University 

Conry  John,  with  James  Dalziel,  res  cor  West  and  Seven- 
teenth 

Constable  William  (Chambers  &  Constable),  res  NE  cor 
Twenty-fourth  and  Telegraph  av 

Insure  your  houses  with  Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway. 


Eureka  Refrigerator  the  best,  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 


OAKLAND    [  (J  ]    DIRECTORY.  143 

Contra  Costa  Laundry  Association,  Hallett,  Bartlett  &  Dal- 

ton  proprietors,  SW  cor  Kirkham  and  Fourteenth 
CONTRA  COSTA   LIVERY  AND   SALE  STABLE,  Wm. 

H.  Carpenter  jr.  proprietor,  foot  of  Broadway 
CONTRA    COSTA    WATER    CO.,   A.    Chabot   president, 

"Wm.  H.  Mea<,l  secretary  and  treasurer,  Remi  Chabot 

superintendent,  458  Eighth 
Contreras  Pedro,  teamster,  res  522  Fourth 
Convent  of  Our  Lady  of  the  Sacred  Heart,  Mother  Baptist 

lady  superior,  Webster  nr  Twenty-second 
Conway    Annie,    domestic,    W   s  Adeline    bet  Tenth  and 

Twelfth,  W  O 
Conway  Edward,   laborer  with   Samuel  Heywood,  res  E  s 

Second  nr  Addison,  W  B 
Conway  E.  J.,  laborer,  res  E  s  Second  nr  University  av, 

WB 
Conway  M.,  car  repairer  C  PEE 
Conway  Thomas,  laborer,  W  s  Lusk  nr  Evoy  av 
Coogan  Annie,  domestic,  N  s  Taylor  nr  Willow,  W  O 
Cook  Alex.  J.,  butcher,  res  1171  Eighteenth  av,  E  O 
Cook  Andrew  B.,  butcher,  res  1171  Eighteenth  av,  E  O 
Cook  B.  Frank,  res  W  s  Willow  bet  William  and  Railroad 

av 
Cook  Carroll,  atty-at-law,  535  Clay  (S  F),  res  NW  cor  Fif- 
teenth and  Madison 
Cook  Elisha  Mrs.,  res  NW  cor  Fifteenth  and  Madison 
Cook  George  W.,  clerk  (S  F),  res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Willow, 

WO 
Cook  James,  res  S  s  Fourteenth  bet  Franklin  and  Webster 
Cook  John,  master  mariner,  res  821  Washington 
Cook  P.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  469  Tenth 
Cook  Philip,  printer  Evening  Post  (S  F),  res  469  Tenth 
Cook  Robert,  N  s  East  Seventeenth  bet  5th  and  6th  avs 
Cook  W.  B.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Cook  William  F.,  saloon,  1838  Railroad  av,  res  S.s  Goss  bet 

Wood  and  Willow 
Cook  William,  student  Golden  Gate  Academy 
Coolbrith  Ina  D.  Miss,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  Jefferson 
Cooley  Henry,  surveyor,  res  S  s  Seward  nr  Willow,  W  O 
Coolidge  Charles  S.,  printer  (S  F),  res  E  s  Chestnut  nr  Tenth 
Coolidge  George  W. ,  res  E  s  Chestnut  nr  Tenth 
Coolidge  James  C,  clerk  (S  F),  res  S  s  Brown  nr  West 
Coolidge  Mary  A.  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Chestnut  bet  Tenth  and 

Twelfth 
Cooms  Henry,   stairbuilder  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res  316 

Third 


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Coon  Henry  I.,  student  University 
Cooney  John,  carpenter,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Cooney  Patrick,  carpenter,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Cooney  Peter  E.,  manager  City  Market  Exchange,  cor  Broad- 
way and  Eleventh,  res  Adeline  bet  Twenty-second  and 

Twenty-fourth 
Cooney  Peter  N.,  expressman,  res  cor  Twenty-fourth  and 

Adeline 
Coop  John,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Lydia  nr  Curtis 
Cooper  Eli  D.,  gardener,  SW  cor  Market  and  Twelfth 
Cooper  Francis,  laborer,  res  601  Third 
Cooper  Henry,  student  University,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr 

Prospect  av 
Cooper  Thomas,  laborer,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel 
Cootz  John,  laborer,  res  N  s  Twenty-seventh  nr  Grove 
Copeland  C,  porter  C  P  R  B 

Copely  A.  W.,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Forty-third 
Copp  Stephen  L.,  carpenter,  res  728  Myrtle 
Coquide  Charles,  clerk  Pacific  Jute  Manufacturing  Co 
Corbett  James,  laborer,  res  815  Filbert 
Corbett  Martin,  teamster  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe 
Corbiere  Theodore  K.,  merchant,  res  858  Jefferson 
Corcoran  Daniel,  tailor  with  M.  J.  Healy,  res  605  Harrison 
Corcoran  James,  gardener,  res  cor  Twelfth  and  Cypress 
Cordan  Antonio  C,  barber,  res  506  East  Fifteenth 
Cordell  William  A.,  carpenter  with  Carmichael  &  Nixon,  555 

Sixth 
Corder  Thomas  W.,  tallow  renderer  Peabody's  Landing,  res 

Fruit  Vale 
COKDES  HERMAN,  proprietor  Oakland  Broom  Factory, 

S  s  Sixth  nr  Broadway,   res  NW  cor  Eailroad  av  and 

Kirkham 
Corley  Thomas,  nurseryman,  res  Eedwood  av  nr  Fruit  Vale  av 
Cornall  James,  carpenter,  res  N  s  University  av  nr  Shattuck, 

WB 
Cornell  G.,  painter,  res  811  Washington 
Cornish  Thomas,  res  511  Third 
Cornor  C.  W.,  boot  and  shoemaker,   952  Broadway,  res  cor 

Franklin  and  Second 
Cornwell  Joseph  H.,  merchant,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel, 

WO 
Corr  Katie,  dressmaker,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  Grove 
Cortelyon  Cornelius,  dairy  produce,  res  807  Market 
COSMOPOLITAN  HOTEL,  J.   H.  Dodge  proprietor,  859 

Broadway 
Cossley  Howard,  porter  C  P  E  R 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


Drink  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.    Agency,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND     [  0  ]    DIRECTORY.  145 

Costello  A.  E.,  atty-at-law,  828  Broadway 

Costello  Michael,  porter,  res  763  Castro 

Costelo  James,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 

Costigan  John  H.,  clerk  CPE  R,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr 

Temescal 
Cotton  Frank  E.,  superintendent  Cal  Bridge  and  Building 

Co.,  res  NE  cor  Walton  and  Grove 
Cotton  James  L.,  student  University 
COTTON  JEROD   C,    bookkeeper   Enterprise   Mills,    res 

Walton  nr  Telegraph  av 
Cough  M.  E.,  engineer  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Coughlin  Dennis,  milkman,  res  771  Eleventh 
Coughlin  John,    tinsmith   with  M.  De  La  Montanya,   res 

Ninth  bet  Webster  and  Harrison 
Coughlin  Lizzie,  domestic,  706  Thirteenth 
Coughlin  T.  L.,  grainer,  res  NW  cor  Eighth  and  Washington 
Coughlin  John,  blacksmith  C  PEE,  res  Seventh  bet  Henry 

and  Chester,  W  O 
Coulter  William,  painter,  res  S  s  Seventh  nr  Brush 
Counter  Jacob,  res  366  Second 
COUNNY    AUDITOR,    Charles   G.  Eeed,    County   Court 

House,  room  1 
COUNTY  CLERK,  Charles  G.  Eeed,  County  Court  House, 

room  1 
COUNTY  COURT,  Stephen  G.  Nye  judge,   County  Court 

House,  room  1  second  floor 
COUNTY  COURT  HOUSE,   W  s  Broadway,   bet  Fourth 

and  Fifth 
COUNTY  RECORDER,  Thomas  A.  Smith,  County  Court 

House,  room  9 
COUNTY  SHERIFF,  H.  N.  Morse,  County  Court  House, 

room  8 
COUNTY  SUPERINTENDENT  PUBLIC  SCHOOLS,  W. 

F.  B.  Lvnch,  office  Countv  Court  House 
COUNTY  SURVEYOR,  Luis  Castro,  County  Court  House, 

room  4 
COUNTY  TAX  COLLECTOR,  Charles  E.  Palmer,  County 

Court  House,  room  2 
COUNTY  TREASURER,  Charles  E.  Palmer,  County  Court 

House,  room  2 
Coursen  E.  A.  (Lafferty  &  Coursen)  res  362  First 
Courtney  Annie,  chambermaid  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Courts  Charles,  painter,  res  E  s  Linden  nr  Twenty-eighth 
COURVOISD3R  F.  L.,  groceries  and  provisions,  NW  cor 

Eighth  and  Webster,  res  320  Eighth 


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Coutolenc  J.  H.,  butcher,  NE  cor  Jefferson  and  Third,  res 
574  Third 

Covaco  J.  S.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  412  Seventh 

Covert  Frederick,  painter,  res  E  s  Franklin  bet  Sixteenth 
and  Seventeenth 

Covert  S.  H.,  painter,  res  E  s  Franklin  bet  Sixteenth  and 
Seventeenth 

Cowan  David,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Mechanics'  Ex- 
change, W  O 

Cowan  William  H.,  carpenter  Enterprise  Mills,  res  408  Fifth 

Coward  H.  G.,  miner,  res  SE  cor  Eighth  and  Jackson 

Cowden  B.  Mrs.,  res  1011  Franklin 

Cowell  John,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  East  Eighteenth  and 
8th  av 

Cowell  Thomas,  laborer,  res  S  s  East  Seventeenth  bet  13th 
and  14th  avs 

Cowen  Benjamin  S.,  driver  with  Shakespear  &  Walter,  res 
Stewart's  Hotel 

Cowles  Edwin  W.,  student  University 

COWLEY  JAMES,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  cor  Second 
and  University,  W  B 

Cox  Charles,  machinist  W.  D.  Co 

Cox  Emil,  civil  engineer,  res  SW  cor  William  and  Pine,  W  O 

Cox  Frank  J.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Wood  bet  Atlantic  &  Wil- 
liam, W  O 

Cox  Gustavus,  civil  engineer,  res  SW  cor  William  and  Pine, 
WO 

Cox  James  W.,  warehouseman,  res  Ns  Merrimac  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Cox  John,  cook  Eureka  House 

COX  P.  M.  (McCabe  &  Cox)  res  837  Market 

Cox  Samuel,  gardener  with  A.  K.  P.  Harmon 

Cox  William  A.,  shipwright  W.  D.  Co,  res  E  s  Wood  bet 
Atlantic  and  William,  W  O 

Cox  William  A.  jr.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Wood  bet  Atlantic 
and  William,  W  O 

Cox  — ,  painter,  res  N  s  University  av  nr  Second,  W  B 

Coxhead  T.  C,  homceopathic  physician,  office  519  Tenth 

Coyle  Daniel,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co 

Coyle  John,  lather,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  nr  Kirkham 

Coyne  Michael,  car  repairer  CPKB,  res  Chester  betFifth 
and  Seventh,  W  O 

Cozzens  J.  A.  Mrs.,  res  172  Second 

Cozzens  W.  D.,  poultry,  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Thirty-second 

Crabe  George  R.,  carpenter,  res  West  Oakland  Lodging 
House 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


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OAKLAND     [0]    DIRECTORY.  147 

Crabtree  Convus  L.,  clerk  CPKR,  res  568  Sixth 

Cradock  D.  L.  Miss,  hairdresser,  res  1068  Broadway 

Craffe  Henry,  res  NW  cor  East  Sixteenth  and  20th  av 

Craft  Thomas  H.,  clerk,  res  805  Jackson 

Craig  Andrew,  salesman  Oakland  Lumber  Yard,  res  NE  cor 
Jefferson  and  Tenth 

Craig  Ellen,  laundress  The  Centennial 

Craig  H.,  res  1120  Myrtle 

Craig  Homer  A.,  secretary  Alameda  Co.  Branch  Home  Mu- 
tual Insurance  Co.  and  agent  Pacific  Mutual  Life  Insu- 
rance Co.,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth,  res  SW  cor 
Grove  and  Walton 

Craig  Randolph  R.,  hydraulic  mining  nozzles,  240  Mont- 
gomery (S  F)  res  W  s  Center  nr  Tenth 

Craig  W,  H.,  dentist,  1065  Broadway 

CRAIG  W.  P.,  treasurer  California  Fire  and  Water  Proof 
Paint  Co.,  956  Broadway,  res  SW  cor  Grove  and 
Walton 

Craigh  Elizabeth  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  Grammar  School, 
res  177  East  Twelfth,  E  O 

Craigh  Joseph,  hardwood  lumber,  res  177  East  Twelfth,  E  O 

Cramer  Adolph,  bookkeeper,  res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Twentieth 

Cramner  William  S.,  student  University,  res  cor  Chapel  and 
Bancroft  way,  Berkeley 

Crampton  Thomas,  res  1001  Franklin 

Crandell  Thomas  B.,  res  N  s  East  Eighteenth  bet  11th  and 
12th  avs,  E  O 

Crane  E.  J.,  res  W  s  Jackson  bet  Seventeenth  and  Durant 

Crane  G.  E.,  carpenter  W.  D.  Co 

Crane  George,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Cypress  nr  Fifteenth,  W  O 

Crane  James  E.,  clerk  CPEK,  res  775  Fourteenth 

Crane  James  E.,  engineer,  res  775  Fourteenth 

Crane  James  H.,  contractor,  res  W  s  Poplar  bet  Tenth  and 
Twelfth,  W  C 

Crane  Kate,  domestic,  162  Third 

Craven  A.  F.,  principal  Lincoln  Grammar  School,  res  NW 
cor  Eighth  and  Grove 

Craven  N.  R.  Mrs.,  teacher  Lincoln  Garmmar  School 

Crawford  A.  W.,  carpenter,  res  624  Second 

Crawford  Edward,  ship  carpenter  W  D.  Co.,  res  Charter 
Oak  Hotel,  W  O 

Crawford  John,  ship  carpenter  W.  D.  Co 

Crawford  J.  W.,  farming,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal 
Creek 

Crawford  O.  H.,  gardener,  Mills  Seminary 

Crawford  S.  G.,  piano  tuner,  465  Ninth 


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Crawford  "William,  paper  hanger,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Crayton  William,  coachman,  570  Eleventh 

Creaser  James,  carpenter,  res  722  Filbert 

Creed  Ann,  res  707  Fifth 

Creighton  Annie,  domestic,  cor  Taylor  and  Willow,  W  O 

Crellin  John,  Morgan  &  Co.,  (S  F)  res  1061  Oak 

Cressey  C.  J.,  banker,  res  N  s  Fourteenth  bet  Webster  and 
Harrison 

Cressey  Frank  A.,  res  N  s  Fourteenth  bet  Webster  and 
Harrison 

Crissman  J.,  res  N  s  Fourteenth  nr  Grove 

CRIST  G.  F.,  proprietor  Brooklyn  tannery,  res  cor  East 
Fourteenth  and  21st  av,  E  O 

Critcher  John  jr,  student  University 

Crocker  Anna,  domestic,  Germania  Gardens,  Berkeley 

Crocker  Winslow,  res  1169  West 

CROCKETT  J.  B.,  judge  Supreme  Court,  res  S  s  East  Four- 
teenth nr  Thirty-second  av,  Fruit  Vale 

Crockett  John,  mining  secretary,  rest  S  s  East  Fourteenth 
nr  Thirty-second  av,  Fruit  Vale  * 

Crockett  Robert,  law  clerk,  res  S  s  East  Fourteenth  nr 
Thirty-second  av,  Fruit  Vale. 

Croke  James,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twenty-fourth 

Crompton  John,  engineer  stmr  Capital,  res  E  O 

Cron  William, [butcher,  res  Ss  East  Twelfth  nr  Eighteenth  av 

Cronan  Ellen,  widow,  res  561  East  Fifteenth 

Cronin  John,  farmer,  res  Redwood  av  nr  Fruit  Vale  av 

CRONIN  J  M.;  wines,  liquors,  billiards  and  cigars,  409-411 
Twelfth 

Cronin  Stephen  D.,  groceries  and  liquors,  NE  cor  Laurel 
and  San  Pablo  av 

Cronkrite  John  W.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  NE  cor  West  Fifth 
and  Lewis 

Cronly  Maria  Mrs.,  res  SW  cor  Sixth  and  Oak 

Cropper  William  L.,  carpenter,  res  361  Ninth 

Crosby  Charles,  fireman  C  P  R  R,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Wil- 
low, W  O 

CROSLEY  J.  S.,  dairy  produce,  poultry,  fruit,  etc.,  1-3 
City  Market,  res  958  Broadway 

Cross  B.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Wood,  W  O 

Crosslin  John,  carpenter  W  D  Co 

Crosson  Mary  A.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Twenty-fifth  bet  Telegraph 
av  and  Broadway 

Croswell  Lizzie  B.  Miss,  teacher  Peralta  School 

Crouch  W.  T.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Fourteenth  nr  Grove 

Crough  John  S.,  furniture,  713  Broadway,  res  514  Fourth 

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Crow  Charles,  res  1112  Eleventh  av,  E  O 

Crowell  E.  E.,  foreman  CPEE 

Crowell  George  B.,  pressman  with  Butler  &  Bowman,  res 

603  Franklin 
Crowell  George  F.,  secretary  People's  Express,  857  Broad- 
way, res  cor  Adeline  and  Forty-first 
Crowley  Bridget,  domestic,  cor  Castro  and  Sixteenth 
Crowley  Daniel,  plumber,  res  S  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  Grove 
Crowley  James,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Second  nr  University  av, 

WB 
Crowley  James,  painter,  res  NE  cor  Eleventh  and  Franklin 
Crowley  John,  fireman  C  P  KR,  res  cor  Sixteenth  and 

Kirkham,  W  O 
Crowley  John)  laborer  W  D  Co,  res  Railroad  Exchange  Ho- 
tel, W  O 
Crowley  John,  marble  cutter  with  Robert  Farley,  res  cor 

Sixth  and  Harrison 
Crowley  Michael,  laborer,  res  711  Fifth 
Cruess  Ann  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Wood  nr  Chase 
Cruise  Jane,  domestic,  cor  Merrimac  and  Broadway 
Cruff  Thomas  A.,    clerk  with   Dam  &  Guernsey,    res  805 

Jackson 
Cruse  Patrick,  laborer,  res  615  Madison 
Cruse  "William,  foreman  W.  D.  Co.,  res  Railroad  av  nr  Pine, 

WO 
Cubery  William  M.  (Cubery  <fe  Co.,  S  F)  res  960  Eighth 
Cucatel  John,  cook  French  Hotel,  West  Berkeley 
Cuff  Thomas,  laborer,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av,  one  mile  south 

of  University 
CULHANE  G.,  groceries  and  liquors,  store  and  res  SE  cor 

William  and  Willow,  W  O 
Cullen  Ann,  domestic,  cor  Telegraph  av  and  William 
Cullen  Harry,  car  repairer  CPEE,  res  Railroad  Exchange 

Hotel,  W  0 
Cullen  Thomas,   machinist  C  P  R  R,  res  Eighth  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W  O 
Culmer  Harry,  clerk,  res  917  Myrtle 
Culmer  Horace  G.,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  917  Myrtle 
Cumberson  William,  engineer  W  D  Co,  res  Grove  bet  Wood, 

and  Pine 
Cumming  David,  student  University 
CUMMINGS  &  ROWE   (A.  Cummings  and  John  Rowe) 

Standard  Stables,  NE  cor  Railroad  av  and  Wood,  W  O 
CUMMINGS  A.  (Cummings  &  Rowe)  res  N  s  Railroad  av 

bet  Wood  and  Pine,  W  O 
Cummings  David,  plasterer,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Brown 


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Cummings  W.  T.,  telegraph  operator  CPEE,  res  642  Sixth. 
Cummins  A:  B.,  secretary  Cal  Fire  and  Water  Proof  Paint 

Co,  956  Broadway,  res  S  s  Brown  bet  Grove  and  West 
Cummins  Clara,  widow,  res  SW  cor  West  and  Brown 
Cunniff  John,  res  W  s  19th  av  bet  East  Fourteenth  and  East 

Fifteenth 
Cunningham  Joseph  A.,  conductor  CPRE,  res  S  s  Divis- 
ion nr  Wood,  W  O 
Cunningham  Margaret  Mrs.,   millinery  and  millinery  goods, 

960  Broadway 
Curley  Patrick  C,  laborer,  res  S  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Current  H.  S.,  canvasser,  res  460  Fifth 
Currier  Wallace  O.,  student  University 
Curry  John,  res  411  Seventh 

Curtain  David,  laborer,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal 
Curtis  Edward,  broommaker,  res  S  s  William  bet  Campbell 

and  Willow,  W  O 
Curtis  George  H.,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Curtis  J.  M.,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Kirkham 

and  Center,  W  O 
Curtis  John,  live  stock,  res  N  s  Walton  nr  Telegraph  av 
Curtis  Julius  E.,  harnessmaker,  res  N  s  East  Twenty-third 

bet  21st  and  22d  avs 
Curtis  Lucian  Mrs.,  res  S  s  East  Nineteenth  bet  6th  and  7th 

avs 
Curtis  Marshall,  res  779  Sixth 

Curtis  Michael,  farmer,  res  N  s  University  nr  San  Pablo  av 
CURTIS  MURRY,  pedlar,  res  825  Market 
Curtis  William  F.,  contractor,  res  E  s  Linden  nr  Twelfth 
Curtis  Winfield,  laborer,  res  770  Sixth 
CUSHING  &  RYDER  (John  Cushing  and  Andrew  Byder) 

groceries,  Nicholl  Block,  cor  Ninth  and  Washington 
Cushing  A.  D.,  engineer  CPEE,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
Cushing  Clinton,  physician  and  surgeon,  SW  cor  Ninth  and 

Broadway 
Cushing  Frank  W.,  clerk  Post  Office,  res  767  Webster 
CUSHING  JOHN  (Cushing  &  Byder)  res  S  E  cor  Franklin 

and  Fifteenth 
Cushing  Simeon  M.,  shipping  clerk  with  I.  Friedlander,  res 

808  Clay 
Cushman  George  H.,  res  763  Eighth 
Cusick  John,  laborer,  res  E  s  Chestnut  nr  Twenty-first 
Cussle  Ernest,  laborer,  res  768  East  Twelfth 
Cuthbertson  W.  J.,  draughtsman,  456  Eighth,  room  1,  res 

1025  Vallejo,  S  F 
Cutler  A.  W.,  carpenter,  res  813  East  Fourteenth 


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OAKLAND     [  J)  ]    DIRECTORY.  151 

Cutler  William,  real  estate,  res  N  s  Thirty-fourth  nr  San 

Pablo  av 
Cutting  James  R.,  conductor  CPEK,  res  E  s  Chester  nr 

Ninth,  W  O 
Cutting  Walter,  carpenter,  res  420  Fifth 


D 

D'Estrella  Theophilus,  student  University 

Dagen  Samuel  A.,  clerk  with  H.  Bowman,  res  913  Broadway 

Dager  J.  W.,  real  estate,  res  W  s  Fruit  Vale  av  nr  East 
Fourteenth,  Fruit  Vale 

Dagget  Westley,  res  N  s  East  Fifteenth  bet  5th  and  6th  avs 

Dahl  Frederick,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Telegraph 
av 

Dailey  Willbur  F.  (Earley,  Smith  &  Dailey)  1101  Broadway 

Dailey  Peter  J.,  cigars  and  news  depot,  1762  Railroad  av, 
res  W  s  Willow  nr  Chase,  W  O 

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Daingerfield  William  R.,  student  University 

Dakes  R.  H.,  carriage  painter  with  J.  T.  Gardner,  res  W  s 
Brush  nr  Twentieth 

Daley  Dennis,  stone  cutter,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 

Daley  Richard,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Market 

Daley  Thomas  B.,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Daley  Timothy,  laborer,  res  518  Sixth 

Dallam  Frank  M.,  compositor,  res  503  Eleventh 

Dallam  R.  B.  (Armes  &  Dallam,  S  F),  res  NE  cor  Grove 
and  Fifteenth 

Dallimore  William  J.,  teamster,  res  N  s  Thirty-fifth  nr  San 
Pablo  av 

Dalton  Bessie,  domestic,  S  s  Nineteenth  nr  Telegraph  av 

Dalton  John,  smoother  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  cor  Four- 
teenth and  Peralta,  WO  & 

Dalton  P.  E.  (Contra  Costa  Laundry  Association)  res  1751     jj 
Howard,  S  F  a> 

Daly  D.  D.,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O  g 

Daly  Mary,  Domestic,  N  s  William  nr  Telegraph  av 

Daly  Timothy,  laborer,  res  414  Fifth 

DALZLEL  &  MOLLER  (Robert  Dabriel  and  William  Mol- 
ler)  plumbers,  gasfitters  and  importers  gas  fixtures,  NW 
cor  Thirteenth  and  Broadway 


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DALZIEL  JAMES,  stoves  and  tinware,  1149  Broadway,  res 
N  s  Fifteenth  bet  Brush  and  West 

DALZIEL  ROBERT,  (Dalziel  &  Moller),  NW  cor  Broad- 
way and  Thirteenth 

Dam  Alphonso,  engineer,  res  E  s  Maple  nr  Forty-eighth, 
Temescal 

Dam  Cyrus,  pile  driver,  res  718  Market 

DAM  G.  W.,  res  916  Broadway 

Dam  Harry  J.,  compositor  Chronicle  (S  F),  res  S  s  Locust 
nr  Telegraph  av 

Dam  Henry  J.  W.,  mining  secretary,  W  s  Broadway  bet 
Eleventh  and  Twelfth 

Dam  L.  E.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Locust  nr  Telegraph  av 

Dam  Samuel,  laborer,  res  E  s  Maple  nr  Forty-eighth, 
Temescal 

Dame  Mary  L.  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  577  Twelfth 

Dammrer  Charles,  waiter  Philadelphia  Restaurant 

Damon  Baxter,  collector  (S  F),  res  766  Fourteenth 

Damon  James  E.,  real  estate  agent,  res  766  Fourteenth 

Damon  Lizzie  Miss,  res  766  Fourteenth 

Danehy  Daniel,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  Grove 

Danforth  George  S.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res 
309  Third 

Daniels  A.  F.,  upholsterer  with  E.  Hook,  res  SE  cor  Thir- 
tieth and  Filbert 

Daniels  Gilbert  B.,  salesman  with  E.  Hook,  res  SE  cor  Thir- 
tieth and  Filbert 

Daniels  Seth  F.,  atty-at-law,  456  Eighth,  res  SE  cor  Thir- 
tieth and  Filbert 

Daniels  S.  L.,  atty-at-law,  456  Eighth,  res  SE  cor  Thirtieth 
and  Filbert 

Danielson  B.,  clerk,  res  820  East  Twelfth 

Dannaker  W.  A.,  carpenter,  res  West  End  Hotel 

Darche  Frank  P.,  cook,  res  E  s  Fourth  nr  Addison,  Berkeley 

Dargie  William  E.,  student  University 

Darley  Henry,  laborer  CPRE,  res  853  Webster 

Darling  Frank  H.,  student  University 

Darling  Thomas  L.,  grainer  with  C.  B.  Rutherford,  res  W  s 
Alice  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 

Barnannville  Joseph,  waiter  with  Paage  &  Malacarne 

Darragh  Lucy  Mrs.,  res  1804  William,  W  O 

Darrow  M.  E.  Mrs.,  res  1156  Alice 

Dart  Putnam  C,  commission  merchant  (S  F)  res  1129  Myrtle 

Davanue  Charles,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  Railroad  Exchange 
Hotel,  W  O 

Davenport  D.  P.,  carpenter  C  P  R  R,  res  Soracco  House 


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Davenport  George  L.,  surveyor  with  M.  G.  King,  res  Cale- 
donia av  W  of  Telegraph  av 
Davidson  Amos,  blacksmith,  res  S  s  Goss  nr  Pine,  W  O 
Davidson  D.,  baker  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Davidson  D.  C,  upholsterer,  res  664  Tenth 
Davidson  James,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Henry  bet  West  Fifth 

and  Seventh 
Davidson  M.  C,  compositor  with  Butler  &  Bowman,  res  364 

Ninth 
Davidson  William,  res  310  Fourth 

Davidson  W.  M.,  tanner,  res  SW  cor  Twenty-first  and  Brush 
DAVIES  JOHN  (McCullough  &  Davies)  res  13  Third 
Davies  Bichard  P.,  farmer,  res  S  s  Dwight  way  nr  Telegraph 

av,  Berkeley 
Davis  A.  J.,  conductor  CPEE 
Davis  Carroll  M.,  student  University 

Davis  Charles  B.,  calker,  res  W  s  Kirkham  nr  Eighth,  W  O 
Davis  Charles  E.,  clerk  (Watson  &  Co,  S  F)  res  769  Eighth 
Davis  Charles  W.,  carpenter,  res  cor  Bristol  and  Fifth,WB 
Davis  Daniel  H.,  carpenter,  res  1059  Broadway 
Davis  David  A.,  carpenter,  res  Overland  House 
Davis  E.  C,  brakeman  CPEE,  res  Oakland  Wharf 
Davis  Edward  W.,  farmer,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 
Davis  E.  S.,  Surveyor  General  Nevada,  res  769  Eighth 
Davis  t1.,  painter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
Davis  Frederick  W.,  blacksmith  with  Henry  Ollis,  res  563 

Washington,  E  O 
Davis  Granville,  bootmaker,  res  573  Eighth 
Davis  G.  A.  J.,  merchant,  res  NW  cor  Durant  and  Franklin 
Davis  Harris,  furniture,  716  Broadway,  res  Washington  bet 

Third  and  Fourth 
Davis  Henry,  carpenter  W  D  Co 
Davis  Henry,  machinist  CPEE,  res  cor  Cedar  and  Goss, 

WO 
Davis  Henry  B.,  calker  W.  D.  Co,  res  1023  Third 
Davis  James,  farmer,  res  Telegraph  av  nr  College  av,  Berke- 
ley 
Davis  James,  seaman,  res  655  Madison 
Davis  James  H.,  whitener,  res  W  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty-first 
Davis  John,  laborer,  res  SW  cor  Twenty-seventh  and  Grove 
Davis  John,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Jackson 
Davis  John,  teamster,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Brown 
Davis  J.  D.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Shattuck  nr  Telegraph  av 
Davis  John  H.,   butcher,   shop  and  res  W  s  13th  av  bet 

Twelfth  and  Fourteenth,  E  O 
Davis  Louis,  student,  res  566  Tenth 


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Davis  L.  D.,  res  951  Grove 

Davis  Marks,  tailor,  469  Seventh 

DAVIS  M.  V.  Miss,  dressmaking,  res  1163  Franklin 

Davis  P.  E.,  special  policeman,  res  E  s  Broadway  bet  Tenth 

and  Eleventh 
DAVIS   PUNY   E.i   Grover   &   Baker   Sewing  Machines, 

stamping,  embroidery  and  regalias,  store  and  res  1012 

Broadway 
Davis  Kobert,  farmer,  res  N  s  Dwight  Way  nr  Telegraph  av, 

Berkeley 
Davis  E.  G.,  cabinetmaker  (S  F)  res  W  s  Webster  nr  Pros- 
pect av 
Davis  Samuel,  res  cor  Twenty -seventh  and  Adeline 
Davis  Thomas  F.,  res  809  Castro 
Davis  William  H.,  real  estate  agent,  res  325  Second 
Davis  W.  W.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Nineteenth 
Davis  — ,  compositor  Oakland  News,  res  462  Twelfth 
DAVISON  ARTEMAS  (Davison  Bros.)  res  S  s  Goss  bet 

Pine  and  Wood,  W  O 
DAVISON  BROS.  (Artemas  and  Douglas  Davison)  wagon 

and  carriagemakers  and  horseshoers,  E  s  Wood  bet  Rail- 
road av  and  Goss,  W  O 
DAVISON  DOUGLAS   (Davison  Bros.)   res  S  s  Fifth  nr 

Lewis,  W  O 
Davison  M.  C,  painter,  res  Forty-second  nr  Telegraph  av 
Davison  Milton  C,  printer,  res  364  Ninth 
Dawe  Frank,   laborer  with  Thomas  &  Anderson,  res  366 

Ninth 
Dawes  James,  laborer,  res  Central  House 
Dawson  John,  res  Washington  Hotel 
Dawson  William,  res  W  s  Center  nr  Third 
Dawson  —  Mrs.,  res  515  Sixth 
Day  Clinton,   architect,  456  Eighth,  room  1,  res  Berkeley 

House 
Day  John,  porter  CPRE,  res  713  Fifth 
Day  John  E,  yardmaster  C  P  R  R  wharf,   res  E  s  Cedar  nr 

Goss,  W  O 
Day  Lott,  furnished  rooms  and  boarding,  503  Eleventh 
Day  Samuel  M.,  res  SW  cor  Railroad  av  and  Willow,  W  O 
Day  Sherman,  mining  engineer,  res  1102  Myrtle 
De  Bauge  Paul,  cook  with  Pagge  &  Malacame 
De  FORREST  &  GASKLLL    (Henry  L.    De   Forrest   and 

George  C.  Gaskill)  general  job  printers,  828  Broadway 
De  FORREST  HENRY  L.  (De  Forrest  &  Gaskill)  res  731 

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De  Fremery  James,   banker  (S  F)  res  cor  Eighteenth  and 

Adeline,  W  O 
De  Fremery  William,  res  W  s  Franklin  bet  Seventeenth  and 

Durant 
De  Freitas  Anna  V.,  dressmaker,  res  N  s  Walton  nr  Grove 
De  Golia  Darwin,  bridge  tender,  res  foot  of  Alice 
De  Golia  George  E.,  student  University 
De  Grange  — ,  civil  engineer,  res  SW  cor  William  and  Pine, 

WO 
De  Gregori  Louis,  fruit  and  confectionery,  S  s  Eailroad  av 

bet  Wood  and  Willow,  res  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Wood  and 

Pine,  W  O 
De  Kersaint  Gily  G.,  teacher  French,  University 
De  La  Montanya  Hudson,  res  1004  Ninth  av,  E  O 
De  La  Montanya  J.  B.,  salesman  with  M.  De  La  Montanya, 

res  656  Sixth 
DE  LA  MONTANYA  M.,   stoves  and  tinware  and  metal 

roofing,  1011  Broadway,  res  656  Sixth 
De  La  Montanya  Matthew  Jr.,  bookkeeper,  res  656  Sixth 
De  Larie  Louis,  gardener,  919  Adeline,  W  O 
De  Leo  de  Laguna  A.,   propr  The  Kelsey  House,  W  s  Tele- 
graph av  bet  Charter  and  Elm 
De  Leo  de  Laguna  William,   clerk  with  C.  L.  Taylor,  res 

Kelsey  House 
De  Leo  de  Laguna  Anita  F.  Miss,  student  University 
De  Parys  Victor,  engineer  with  Jacob  Samm,  res  603  Franklin 
De  Pue  Edgar  J.,  clerk  with  Eedington  &  Co.  \S  F)resNs 

East  Sixteenth  bet  11th  and  12th  avs 
De  Pue  Frank  H.,  painter,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  11th 

and  12th  avs 
De  Pue  James,  auctioneer,  906  Broadway,  res  NE  cor  11th 

av  and  Sixteenth,  E  O 
De  Eocheford  Jennie  Mrs.,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
De  Tavel  T.  C.  H.,  physician,  res  460  Third 
De  Witt  Frank,  canvasser,  res  363  Ninth 
De  Witt  James  M.,  apothecary  with  E.  J.  Van  Voorhies  & 

Co.,  SW  cor  Eleventh  and  Broadway 
De  Wolfe  Ella  H.,  student  University 
De  Wolfe  WiUiam  M.,  roofer,  res  324  Sixth 
Des  Eochers  Charles,  real  estate  agent,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr 

West 
Des  Eochers  Charles  L.,   money  broker,   res  N  s  East  Six- 
teenth bet  8th  and  9th  avs 
Dean  Carrie  A.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Myrtle  nr  Seventh 
Dean  Charles,  with  P.  Schreiber,  res  1012  Polk  (S  F) 
Dean  Daniel,  moulder,  res  cor  Twenty -fourth  and  Filbert 

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OAKLAND     [J)]    DIRECTORY.  157 

Dean  E.  H.,  res  S  s  William  bet  Wood  and  Willow 

Dean  Elisha  B.,  lumber,  res  E  s  Webster  bet  Fifteenth  and 
Sixteenth 

Dean  George,  laborer  W.  D.  Co 

Dean  George,  real  estate  agent,  res  664  Sixth 

Dean  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  East  Twentieth  bet  13th  and 
14th  avs,  E  O 

Dean  John,  pattern  maker,  res  S  s  Third  bet  Market  and 
Myrtle 

Dean  J.  B.,  res  Tnbbs'  Hotel 

Dean  William  H.,  pastor  East  Oakland  Presbyterian  Church, 
res  749  East  Fourteenth 

Deane  Coll,  stock  broker  (S  F)  res  E  s  Webster  bet  Twenty- 
second  and  Twenty-third 

Deane  Edmond,  widow,  res  W  s  11th  av  bet  East  Fourteenth 
and  East  Fifteenth 

Deane  John  (Murphy,  Grant  &  Co.,  S  F)  res  1167  Jackson 

Deboice  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  555  Broadway 

Decker  Justice,  blacksmith,  res  509  Eighth 

Dedring  Johannah,  domestic,  720  Tenth 

Deering  Charles  J.,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 

Deering  Henry,  merchant  tailor,  1018  Broadway 

Deering  Isaac,  carpenter,  res  665  East  12th,  rear 

Deering  James  H.,  student  University 

DefreitsD.,  waiter  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Degardin  Edward,  carpenter,  res  N  s  East  Eleventh  bet  7th 
and  8th  avs,  E  O 

Degen  George  F.,  teacher  Clasical  and  English  School,  res 
Russell  House 

Degnan  Michael,  gardener,  res  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal 
Creek 

Degnan  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twenty-fifth  bet  Tele- 
graph av  and  Broadway 

DEGRACE  JOHN  (Marcotte,  Degrace  &  Co.)  res  807 
Broadway 

Dehon  T.  M.,  res  Berkeley  Farm  House,  Berkeley 

Deike  Frederick,  butcher,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  13th 
and  14th  avs,  E  O 

Deike  William,  cook,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  13th  and 
14th  avs,  E  O 

DETTRICK  E.  A.,  butcher,  550  Seventh,  res  830  Clay 

Delaney  William,  steward,  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Delaney  Timothy,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Second 

Delger  Frederick,  real  estate,  res  N  s  Frederick  bet  Tele- 
graph and  San  Pablo  avs 

Deluci  Lorenzo,  farmer,  E  s  Shattuck  J  mile  N  Temescal 


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Deme  Augustus,  carriage  painter  with  Sohst  Bros,  res  360 

Fifth 
Demangeon  August,  res  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  18th  and 

19th  avs 
Demarais  Charles,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  nr  Tele- 
graph av 
Demarais  George,  painter,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Kirkham 
DEMING  JAY,  agent  Whitney  &  Co.'s  Express,   res  512 

Ninth 
Deming  John  D.,  mariner,  res  476  'Twelfth 
Demma  A.,  carriage  painter,  res  222  Fifth 
Demmary  Charles,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  bet  Broad- 
way and  Telegraph  av 
Dempsey  John,  carpenter,  res  Central  House 
Dempsey  Patrick,    car  repairer  C  P  B  B,  res  Chester  bet 

Fifth  and  Seventh,  W  O 
TJenaut  E.,  fruit  and  vegetables,  703  Broadway 
Denison  Eli,  news  agent  C  PEE,  res  SW  cor  Eighth  and 

Myrtle 
Denman  Frank  H.,  student  University 
Dennan  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty.first  nr  West 
Dennen  Augustus  M.,  carpenter,   res  W  s  Willow  bet  Wil- 
liam and  Bailroad  av 
Dennis  E.  H.  Mrs.,  res  511  Tenth 
Dennis  William,  packer  with   Babcock  &  Gould,  res  1067 

Thirteenth  av,  E  O 
Dennis  William  H.,  teamster  with  Thomas  &  Anderson,  res 

cor  Eighth  and  Washington 
Denny  J.  B.,  watchman  W  D  Co 
Denny  Thomas,  watchman  C  P  B  B,  res  W  s  Campbell  bet 

Atlantic  and  Pacific,  W  O 
Denslow  Harmon,  student  University 

Dent  F.  S.,  draughtsman  C  P  B  B,  res  931  Sacramento,  S  F 
Depold  George,  cook  Berkeley  Laundry 
Derby  Edward  M.,  lumber   dealer,  res  S  s  East  Fourteenth 

nr  Julian,  Fruit  Vale 
Derby  Henry,  with  J.  S.  Derby,  res  865  East  Fifteenth 
Derby  J.  S.,  proprietor  Oak  Grove  Tannery,  res  861  East 

Twelfth 
Dereg  Annie,  domestic,  W  s  Center  nr  Tenth,  W  O 
Dermody  Patrick,  porter  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Dermot  John,  contractor  and  builder,  res  214  Eighth 
Detels  Henry  D.,  saloon  (S  F)  res  Ws  Chester  nr  Tenth 
Detels  Martin,  grocer  (S  F)  res  W  s  Peralta  nr  Seward 
Deuschle  John  J.,  carpenter,  res  Forty-second  nr  Telegraph 
av 

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OAKLAND    [J)]    DIRECTORY.  159 

Devanney  George  T.,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Devers  Martin  J.,  painter,  res  E  s  Willow  nr  Lincoln,  W  O 

Devine  James,  fireman  CPEE,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and 

Willow,  W  O 
Devine  Michael,  junk  dealer,  SE  cor  Brush  and  Nineteenth 
Devine  Eose,  domestic,  NW  cor  Tenth  and  Madison 
Devine  Thomas,  stevedore  CPEE,  res  W  s  Campbell  nr 

Railroad  av,  W  O 
Devoe  George,  res  Eland  House 

DEWES  &  GIBSON  (Benjamin  A.  Dewes  and  Adolphe  B. 
Gibson)  publishers  and  proprietors  Daily  Evening  Tri- 
bune, 911  Broadway 
DEWES  BENJAMIN  A.  (Dewes  &  Gibson)  res  568  Ninth 
Dewey  Alfred  T.,  publisher,  res  E  s  Franklin  bet  Sixteenth 

and  Seventeenth 
Dewyer  W.  L.,  harnessmaker  with  James  Lentell 
Dexter  Frank,  candy  manufacturer  (S  F)  res  S  s  Merrimac 

nr  Telegraph  av 
DEXTER  LIVERY  STABLE,  S.  A.  Brown  proprietor,  NE 

cor  Harrison  and  Twelfth 
Dey  Jay  H.,  carpenter,  res  403  Ninth 
DIAMOND  PRINTING  OFFICE,  job   and  music,  J.  E. 

White  proprietor,  NW  cor  Broadway  and  Twelfth 
Diamond  Robert,  seaman,  res  N  s  Third  nr  Center 
Diard  Joseph,  res  W  s  13th  av  nr  East  Thirty-third,  E  O 
DICK  B.  C,  agent  Phoenix  Insurance  Co  of  Hartford,  Home 
Insurance  Co  of  New  York,  London  Assurance  Corpo- 
ration, La  Caisse  Generale  (French  Insurance  Corpora- 
tion) 1004  Broadway,  res  Linden  bet  Tenth  and  Twelfth 
Dick  L.,  res  Kelsey  House 

DICK  WILLIAM  &  CO.  (Wm.  Dick)  dry  goods,  478  Ninth 
DICK  WILLIAM  (Wm.  Dick  &  Co.)  res  SW  cor  Telegraph 

av  and  Nineteenth. 
Dickerson  David,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Taylor  bet  Cedar  and 

Pine,  W  O 
Dickerson  David  E.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  13th  av  and  East 

Fourteenth 
Dickerson  William  L.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Henry  bet  West 

Fifth  and  Seventh 
Dickey  John,  res  166  Seventh 

Dickley  Frank,  house  raising  and  moving,  res  1003  Franklin 
Diedrichsohn  Alexander,  saloon  and  billiards,  N  s  Eailroad 

av  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W  O 
Dietz  A.  C,  merchant  (S  F)  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Teni- 

escal  creek 
Dietz  A.  E.,  janitor  Dietz  Hall,  res  326  Twelfth 


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Dietz  Hall,  A.  C.  Dietz  proprietor,  326  Twelfth 

DEEJVES  JOSEPH  (Kramm  &  Dieves)  res  cor  Telegraph  av 

and  Durant 
DIEVES  JOSEPH  P.,  proprietor  Three  Mile  House,   San 

Leandro  road,  three  miles  E  of  East  Oakland 
Dille  Jefferson  T.,  carpenter,   res  N  s  Forty-sixth,  W  of 

Broadway 
Dilley  A.  H.,  carpenter,  res  716  Fifth 
Dillon  E.  D.,  hostler  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av  R  E,  W  s 

Telegraph  av  nr  Forty-fourtn 
DDLLON  JOSEPH  M.,  city  assessor,  office  City  Hall,  res  56 

Seventh 
Dillon  W.  J.,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Adeline 
Dimon   Charles  L.,   insurance  (S  F),  res  W  s  Castro  nr 

Eighteenth 
Dimon  C.  L.  jr.,  clerk  with  H.  L.  Boff  &  Co.,  res  Ws  Castro 

nr  Eighteenth 
Dimond  Hugh,  farmer,  res  967  Jackson 
Dinsmore  L.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Chester  nr  Ninth,  W  O 
Dinsmore  Maria,  dressmaker,  res  1120  Ninth  av,  E  O 
DINSMORE  WILLIAM  G.,  physician,  drugs  and  medicines, 

1059  Broadway,  office  1055  Broadway,  room  2,  res  1160 

Alice 
DIRECTORY  OF  OAKLAND,  Wm.  B.   Hardy  agent,  959 

Broadway 
Disney  M.,  photographer,  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Brush 
Dissoway  Henry,  oyster  dealer,  res  807  Market 
DISTRICT  ATTORNEY,  John  B.  Glascock,  Court  House 
Disturnell  M.  E.  Mrs.,  res  1068  Broadway 
Dix  William,  laborer^  res  cor  Willow  and  Campbell,  W  O 
Dixon  Agnes,  widow,  res  NE  cor  East  Sixteenth  and  10th  av 
Dixon  Edward,  mining,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  West 
Dixon  James,  stableman  with  O  B  &  F  V  R  R,  res  cor  East 

Sixteenth  and  10th  av 
Dixon  John,  res  949  Filbert 

Dixon  John  B.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Twenty-fifth  nr  8th  av,  E  O 
Dixon  Lucas,  res  949  Filbert 
Dixon  Samuel  L.,  clerk  (S  F),  res  949  Filbert 
Doarfler  Joseph,  shoemaker,  res  751  East  Fourteenth 
Dobson  E.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Center, 

WO 
Docking  Thomas,  physician,  office  and  res  Bartlett  House 
Dodd  James,  smoother  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  cor  Fourteenth 

and  Peralta,  W  O 
Dodge  C.  F.,  res  cor  Kirkham  and  Eighth 
Dodge  George  S.  Gen.,  res  cor  Madison  and  Ninth 


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Dodge  John  A.,  policeman,  res  260  Fifth 

DODGE    JOHN   H.,   proprietor   Cosmopolitan   Hotel,    859 
Broadway 

Dodge  J.  Wins,  bookkeeper,  res  SE  cor  Jefferson  and  Fifth 

Dodge  Lydia  J.,  res  Cosmopolitan  Hotel 

Dodge  William  C,  principal  Peralta  School,  res  867  Wash- 
ington 

Dods  James,  president  City  Council,  office  City  Hall,  res 
1006  Webster 

Doe  Fred.  A.,  bookkeeper  with  Luke  Doe,  res  665  Twelfth 

DOE  LUKE,  real  estate  agent,  house  broker  and  collector, 
958  Broadway,  res  665  Twelfth 

Doe  William,  carpenter,  res  Overland  House 

Doelion  Henry,  butcher,  res  836  Franklin 

Doherty  Ellen,  domestic,  1157  Jefferson 

Doherty  George  W.,  surveyor,  res  721  Fifth 

Doherty  J.  Mrs.,  folder  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Doherty  John,  fireman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Doherty  John,  surveyor,  res  721  Fifth 

Dohn  William,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Telegraph 
av 

Dohrmann  John  Henry,  music  teacher,  res  359  Fourth 

Dolan  John,  foreman  Felton  Engine  Co.  No.  2,  res  468  Sixth 

Dolan  John,  tinsmith  with  M.  De  La  Montanya,  res  Ninth 
bet  Webster  and  Harrison 

Dolan  Lizzie  Miss,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Telegraph  av 

Dolan  Mary  Mrs.,  res  160  Seventh 

Dolan  Philip,  stableman  with  A.  W.  May 

Dolan  Thomas,  painter,  res  160  Seventh 

Dolan  Thomas,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Chester  and  Fifth 

Dole  William  A.,  carpenter  Enterprise  Mill,  res  858  Clay 

Doling  Frank,  carpenter,  res  835  Clay 

Doling  James,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  800  Jef- 
ferson 

Dolly  Henry,  laborer  CPEB,  res  306  Seventh 

Dolph  Charles,  brakeman  CPRR 

Donahoo  William  H.,  bricklayer,  res  310  Fourth 

Donahue  B.  J.  (Viscovich  &  Donahue)  res  360  Fourth 

Donahue  James,  drawer  with  Lynch,  Maloney  &  Fitzell,  res 
Mechanics'  Hotel 

Donahue  John  T.,  carpenter,  res  Chester  nr  Chase,  W  O 

Donahue  Kate,  domestic,  S  s  Dwight  way  cor  Ellsworth,  B 

Donahue  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 

Donald  John,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Donelin  T.  J.,  telegraph  operator  and  ticket  agent  CPRR, 
Broadway  wharf 

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Donlan  M.,  steward  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Donlan  Maggie,  nurse,  930  Adeline 

Donnaten  Charles  E.,  laborer  C  P  E  E,  res  769  East  Twelfth 

Donnaten  Charles,  wines  and  liquors,  768  East  Twelfth,  res 

767  East  Twelfth 
Donnell  John,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Donnellan  Thomas,  pressman  with  Butler  &  Bowman,  res 

cor  Twenty-eighth  and  Market 
Donnelly  Ellen  Mrs.,  res  562  Fourth 
Donnelly  John,  machinist  (S  F)  res  NW  cor  Goss  and  Piu,e, 

WO 
Donnolan  Thomas,  expressman,  cor  Broadway  and  Seventh, 

res  cor  Twenty-ninth  and  West 
Donnovan  Dennis,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Donohoo  William,  bricklayer,  res  SW  cor  Twenty-first  and 

Brush 
Donohue  Edward,  farmer,  res  N  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Donohue  Michael,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty -fifth  nr  Broadway 
Donohue  Patrick,  teamster  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe,  res  857 

Franklin 
Donovan  &  Son  (Patrick  and  James  P.  Donovan)  architects, 

856  Eighth,  room  15 
Donovan  Daniel,  laborer,  res  810  Alice 
Donovan  Henry,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Donovan  James,  plasterer,  res  Temescal 
Donovan  James,  laborer,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av,  1  mile  Uni- 
versity 
Donovan  James  P.  (Donovan  &  Son)  res  cor  Delger  and  San 

Pablo  av 
Donovan  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-seventh  nr  West 
Donovan  John  B.,  printer,  res  613  Sixth 
Donovan  Katie,  chambermaid  Cosmopolitan  Hotel 
Donovan  Maggie,  domestic,  NE  cor  Fifteenth  and  West 
Donovan  Maggie  Miss,  milliner  with  Mrs.  J.  J.  Bettman,  res 

613  Sixth 
Donovan  Margaret  Mrs.,  res  613  Sixth 
Donovan  Patrick  (Donovan  &  Son)  res  cor  Delger  and  San 

Pablo  av 
Donzelmann  John,  clerk,  res  725  Eighth 
Doody  Miles,  painter,  res  565  Sixth 

Dooley  Annie,  nurse,  N  s  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and  Linden 
Dooley  — ,  widow,  res  N  s  East  Eighteenth  bet  13th  and 

14th  avs 
Dooling  James,  dairy,  W  s  Broadway  nr  Weston  av 
DOOLHTLE  HENRY  (How  &  Doolittle)  res  W  s  Jefferson 

bet  Third  and  Fourth 


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OAKLAND    [])]    DIRECTORY.  163 

Doran  Jeremiah,  bricklayer,  res  cor  Second  and  University 
av,  W  B 

Dorey  Alfred,  molder,  res  756  Brush 

Dorn  Marcellus,  student  University 

Dorn  S.  H.,  butcher  San  Francisco  Market,  res  836  Broad- 
way 

Dornan  "William,  calker  W.  D.  Co 

Dornin  George  I).,  insurance  agent  (S  F)  res  Dwight  Way 
nr  Piedmont  Way,  Berkeley 

Dornin  George  W.,  student  University 

Dornin  Oscar  G.,  paying  teller  Union  National  Gold  Bank, 
res  Berkeley 

Dorrell  J.  G.,  carpenter,  res  577  Eighth 

Dorwin  George  W.,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Jackson 

Doty  William  G.,  compositor  Tribune,  res  Newlands  Hotel 

Doud  Barnard,  laborer,  res  725  Myrtle 

Doud  C.  C.  C,  clerk  with  Parker  &  Barrett,  res  W  s  Madi- 
son nr  Fifteenth 

Dougherty  Cecelia  Miss,  chambermaid  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Dougherty  Fannie,  domestic,  859  Washington 

Dougherty  Sarah,  chambermaid  Tubbs  Hotel 

Douglas  Aaron,  carriage  painter  with  E.  Bangle,  res  Union 
Hotel 

Douglas  George,  dishwasher  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Douglas  John,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

DOUGLAS  NATHAN  S.  (Babcock  &  Douglas)  res  N  s 
Thirtieth  bet  Adeline  and  Chestnut 

Douglas  O.  P.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Union  nr  Twenty-sixth 

Douglass  Duncan,  molder,  res  E  s  Willow  nr  Atlantic,  W  O 

Douglass  N.  S.,  tinner,  res  cor  Thirtieth  and  Chester 

Doulan  Maria,  chambermaid  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Dove  Jennie  Mrs.,  hairdresser,  903  Webster 

Dow  Esther,  dressmaker,  856  Clay 

Dow  H.  W.,  carpenter,  res  Park  House,  W  B 

i  Dow  L.,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Adeline 

Dowden  John,  laborer  with  Taylor  &  Co.,  res  SE  cor  Center 
and  Third 

Dowley  R.  J.,  carpenter,  res  527  Seventh 

Dowling  M.  F.,  miller  (S  F)  res  SE  cor  Wood  and  Twelfth, 
WO 

Dowling  Richard  H.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Fortieth  near  Tele- 
graph av 

Dowling  T.,  res  SW  cor  Cedar  and  William,  W  O 

Dowling  Thomas,  carpenter  W  D  Co 

Down  George,  boarding,  S  s  Railroad  av  bet  Pine  and 
Cedar,  W  O 


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Downey  Charles  G.,  with  John  Miller,  res  1753  Kailroad  av 
Downey  Francis,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Myrtle  and  Fifth 
Downey  John  H.,    carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,   res 

Broadway  nr  First 
Downey  Matthew,  brakeman  CPRK,  res  Oakland  Wharf 
Downey  William  Mrs.,  widow,  res  665  Fifth 
DOWNING  ALBERT,  cigars  and  tobacco,  456  Ninth,  res 

S  s  Ninth  nr  Washington 
Downing  Theodore  (Johnson  &  Downing)  res  413  Fourth 
Doyle  David,  boilermaker,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
Doyle  John,    farmer,    res  W  s   San  Pablo   av  nr  Temescal 

Creek 
Doyle  Lawrence,  laborer,  res  E  s  Grove  nr  Twenty-seventh 
Drain  Michael,  laborer,  res  cor  West  and  Lydia 
Drake  George  W.,  wood  and*coal  (S  F)  res  N  s  Seward  nr 

Willow  av,  W  O 
DRAPER  CHARLES  F.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and 

res  957  Washington 
Drennon  James,  engineer,  res  1014  Eleventh  av,  E  O 
Drennon  James  jr.,  res  1014  Eleventh  av,  E  O 
Dressell  Fred,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Dressier  George,   boot  and  shoemaker,  store  and  res  624 

East  Twelfth 
Drew  George,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Drew  George  I.,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Dreyer  John  H.,  bootmaker  with  F.  Senram  &  Co.,  res  cor 

Seventh  and  Harrison 
Dreyfus  B.,  variety  store  and  res  1504  Railroad  av 
Drinkwater  A.  M.,  clerk  with  Codogan,  Smith  &  Co.,   res 

962  Clay 
Drinkwater  L.  H.,   master  mariner,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  nr 

Jefferson 
Driscoll  D.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Driscoll  Dennis,  sail  maker,  res  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow 

and  Campbell,  W  O 
Driscoll  James,  laborer,  res  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow  and 

CampbeU,  W  O 
Driscoll  Jerry,  laborer,  res  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow  and 

Campbell,  W  O 
Driscoll  John,  laborer,    res   S  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow  and 

CampbeU,  W  O 
Driscoll  Katie,  Nurse,  5  Pine,  "W  O 
Drosbach  Andrew,  sawyer  with  Shakespear  &  Walter,  res  N 

s  Elm  nr  Grove 
DRUCKER  HERMANN,  proprietor  Capital  Saloon,  1055 

Thirteenth  av,  E  O,  res  1073  Commerce 

Insure  your  Houses  -with  Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway. 


For  biliousness  drink  Eastern  Cider.     Gordon,  agt,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND    [D]    DIRECTORY.  165 

Drugen  James,  laborer,  res  314  Third,  rear 

Drum  John  8.,  capitalist,  462  Eighth,  res  953  Market 

DRYDEN  WILLIAM  S.,  groceries,  NE  cor  Twenty-second 
and  Curtis 

Drynen  John,  conductor  U.  S.  Mint,  (SF)  res  227  Tenth 

Du  Boce  Maria,  scouring,  458  Twelfth 

Du  Pry  Ernest  G.,  student  University 

Ducker  James  W.,  bartender  with  J.  J.  Hanifm,  res  Alta 
House 

Luckett  E.,  res  W  s  Henry  bet  West  Fifth  and  Seventh 

Dudley  Martin,  expressman,  res  911  Alice 

Dudley  C.  E.,  conductor  C  PER,  res  N  s  Goss  bet  Wood 
and  Pine,  W  O 

Dudra  Joseph,  laborer  CPRE,  res  116  Jackson,  (S  F) 

Duffey  Patrick,  saloon  and  res  Ws  San  Pablo  av  nr  Berkeley 

Duffey  Patrick,  wood  and  coal,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  NW 
Temescel 

Duffey  Catherine,  seamstress,  E  s  Jackson  nr  Fifteenth 

Duffey  Edward,  carpenter  Enterprise  Mills,  res  835  Clay 

Dufit  Mary  Mrs.,  res  370  Third 

Dugan  George,  lather,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Kirkham,  W  O 

Dugan  Thomas,  laborer,  res  N  s  West  Fifth  bet  Filbert  and 
Linden 

Duggan  Mary,  housekeeper,  860  Seventh 

Duhrkoop  &  Goodman  (C.  B.  and  J.  Duhrkoop  and  G. 
Goodman)  mnfrs  artificial  stone,  956  Broadway 

Duhrkoop  Charles  B.  (Duhrkoop  &  Goodman)  956  Bdwy 

Duhrkoop  J.  (Duhrkoop  &  Goodman)  956  Broadway 

Duitchman  John,  gardener,  res  563  East  Twelfth 

Dulion  A.  (H.  &  A.  Dulion)  res  417  Ninth 

Dulion  H.  &  A.,  butchers,  420  Ninth 

Dulion  H.  (H.  &  A.  Dulion)  res  SE  cor  Seventh  and  Frank- 
lin 

Dulion  Henry  J.,  butcher,  res  S  s  Twenty-fifth  bet  Tele- 
graph av  and  Broadway 

Dulion  Mathew,  butchers  with  H.  &  A.  Dulion,  res  417 
Ninth 

Dun  John  S.,  painter,  res  323  Eleventh  > 

Dunand  M.  A.,  res  518  Fourth 

Dunbar  William,  machinist  Cal  Watch  Co.,  res  cor  Shattuck 
and  Rose,  Berkeley  Ville 

Duncan  Fannie  Mrs.,  res  719  Tenth 

Duncan  George,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 

Duncan  G.  J.,  conductor  C  P  B  B,  res  Oakland  Wharf 

Duncombe  Lucy  M.,  res  W  s  College  av  one-half  niile  south 
from  Asylum,  Berkeley 


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Dundass  Noah,  stableman  with  James  Brown,  res  Golden 
Star  Hotel 

Dungan  R.  M.,  carpenter,  res  nr  junction  Campbell  and 
Peralta   W  O 

DUNHAM  &  BLUETT  (A.  M.  Dunham  and  W.  H.' Blu- 
ett) photographers  crayon,  water  colors  and  ink  work,. 
1157  Broadway 

DUNHAM  A.  M.  (Dunham  &  Bluett)  res  523  Tenth 

Dunham  Clarrissa  Mrs.,  res  523  Tenth 

Dunham  Frederick,  painter,  res  858  Jefferson 

Dunham  George  P.,  hackman  Fashion  Stable,  res  524  Sixth 

Dunham  O.  S.,  carriage  painter,  res  858  Jefferson 

Dunham  "Woodruff,  res  612  East  Fifteenth 

Dunlap  Henry,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Curtis  nr  Lydia 

Dunmire  Samuel  S.,  carriagemaker  with  T.  D.  "Weymouth, 
res  W  s  Franklin  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth 

Dunn  John,  res  W  s  Filbert  nr  Eighteenth 

Dunn  J.  S.,  painter  with  C.  B.  Rutherford 

Dunn  Margaret  Mrs.,  res  Tremont  House 

Dunn  Martin,  farmer,  resE  s  College  av  nr  Asylum,  Berkeley 

Dunn  Mary,  domestic,  463  Thirteenth 

Dunn  RusSell  L.,  student  University 

Dunn  Samuel  W. ,  book  agent,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Twentieth 

Dunnin  E.  B.,  coiner  U  S  Mint  (S  F)  res  N  s  Fourteenth  bet 
Grove  and  Castro 

Dunnovan  Daniel,  laborer,  res  cor  Center  and  Thirteenth, 
WO 

Dunnovan  Thomas,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-fourth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Dunphy  Thomas  "W. ,  lather,  res  N  s  Twentieth  nr  Brush 

Dunshee  Bertram  H.,  student  University 

Dunster  Isaac,  res  469  Fourth 

Durant  Jane,  widow,  res  W  s  10th  av  bet  East  Seventeenth 
and  East  Eighteenth 

Durant  Mary  E.  Mrs.,  res  NW  cor  Seventeenth  and  Franklin 

Durant  School,  H.  P.  Carleton  principal,  cor  Grove  and 
Twenty-eighth 

Durelle  Anna  Mrs.,  res  462  Twelfth  •  . 

Durelle  Lilian  Miss,  res  462  Twelfth 

DURHAM  &  BUFFETT  (John  P.  Durham  and  Charles  C. 
Buffett)  carriagemakers,  cor  Eighth  and  Washington 

Durham  James,  porter  C  P  R  R 

DURHAM  JOHN  P.  (Durham  &  Buffett)  res  Sixteenth  bet 
Clay  and  Jefferson 

Durr  Joseph,  sausagemaker,  res  N  s  East  Fifteenth  bet  Thir- 
teenth and  Fourteenth  avs 

Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


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OAKLAND    [])]    DIRECTORY.  167 

Durst  J.,  farmer,  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twelfth  W  0 
Durst  John  H.,  student  University 

Dusinbury  J.  B.,  inrurance  agent,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Six- 
teenth 
Dusinbury  Myron  Ts,  notary  public  and  teller  The  Oakland 
Bank  of  Savings,  office  915  Broadway,  res  E  s  Adeline 
bet  Fourteenth  and  Sixteenth 
Dusinbury  Theodore,   res   NW  cor  East  Fourteenth  and 

13th  av 
Dutcher  Kobert  B.,  res  420  First 
Dutit  L.,  bookkeeper,  res  1057  Alice 
Dutton  Henry,  blacksmith  with  King  &  Williams,  res  369 

Eleventh 
Duty  Warren  L.,  res  756  Sixth 
Dwain  James,  hostler  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Dwain  Joseph,  stockbroker  (S  F)  res  Alta  House 
Dwinelle  Herman,  student  University 

Dwyer  Ann,  widow,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  one  mile  S  of  Uni- 
versity 
Dwyer  Anna,  seamstress,  912  Filbert 
Dwyer  Cornelius,  teamster,  res  408  Fifth 
Dyer  Adresta  Miss,  res  cor  Peralta  and  Magnolia 
Dyer  D.  E.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Seventeenth 
DyerG.  F.,  bricklayer,  res  cor  Peralta  and  Magnolia 
Dyer  J.  P.,  mining,  res  W  s  Jackson  bet  Fourteenth  and 

Fifteenth 
Dyer  Mary  J.  Mrs.,  res  junction  Peralta  and  Magnolia 
Dyer  S.  J.,  plasterer,  res  cor  Peralta  and  Magnolia 
Dyer  William  H.,  janitor,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  nr  22d  av 


E 

Eadon  William  H.,  druggist,  res  N  s  Walton  nr  Grove 

Eagan  F.  Dillon,  res  Kelsey  House 

Eager  Henry  ,T.,  student  University 

Eager  Thomas,  res  NW  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  13th  av 

Eagle  House,  William  Throssel  proprietor,  612  Broadway 

Eahart  John,  miller  with  Babcock  &  Gould,  res  413  Third 

Earl  — ,  res  W  s  Market  opp  Thirteenth 

Earle  John  H.,  wines  and  liquors,  res  NW  cor  East  Tenth 

9th  av 
Earley  Michael,  laborer  C  P  B  E,  res  Bailroad  Exchange 

Hotel 
Earley  S.  G.  (Earley,  Smith  &  Dailey)  res  1211  Franklin 


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Earley,  Smith  &  Dailey  (S.  G.  Earley,  W.  B.  Smith,  and 
Willbur  F.  Dailey)  agents  Davis  Sewing  Machines, 
1101  Broadway 

Earll  Warner,  atty-at-law,  res  N  s  East  Fourteenth  nr  32d 
av,  Fruit  Vale 

Earnest  J.  T.,  commission  merchant  (SF)  res  963  Clay 

Easton  Fred.,  upholsterer  with  E.  Hook,  res  Harrison  nr 
Fourteenth 

East  Oakland,  Fruit  Vale  and  Mill's  Seminary  Railroad  Co, 
Alex.  W.  May  superintendent,  office  SE  cor  12th  av  and 
Eleventh 

EAST  OAKLAND  STONEWARE  POTTERY,  Bundock  & 
Bros,  proprietors,  cor  18th  av  and  East  Twelfth 

Easterby  Frank  G.,  student  University 

Eastern  Hotel,  William  F.  Mariante  proprietor,  714  East 
Twelfth 

Eastland  A.  J.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

EASTLAND  VAN  LEER,  superintendent  Oakland  Gas- 
light Co,  res  SW  cor  Sixth  and  Grove 

Eastman  Francis  G.,  foreman  Oakland  Paving  Co,  res  Ns 
Twenty -fifth  nr  Telegraph  av 

Eastman  H.  P.,  engineer  C  P  E  E,  res  cor  Railroad  av  and 
Henry 

Eastman  Moses  H.,  superintendent  Oakland  Paving  Co,  res 
E  s  Valley  bet  Twenty-third  and  Twenty-fourth 

Easton  James,  res  E  s  Harrison  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 

Eaton  Charles  H.,  lumber  surveyor  (S  F)  res  S  s  Lincoln  nr 
Campbell,  W  O 

Eaton  M.  Mrs.,  res  376  Seventh 

Eberhardt  Adolph,  merchant,  res  720  Tenth 

Eccles  William  E.,  foreman  with  J.  J.  O'Shea,  res  N  s  Twen- 
tieth nr  Brush 

Eckert  Louis,  butcher  with  Adam  Koob 

Eckles  Clement,  carpenter,  res  814  Clay 

Eckels  William,  laborer  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Evoy 
av  and  Lusk 

EDDINGS  W.  E.,  wines  and  liquors,  N  s  Railroad  av  bet 
Wood  and  Pine,  res  West  Oakland  House 

Eddy  Thompson,  gardener,  res  N  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  West 

Edgar  Archibald,  laborer,  res  S  s  Bancroft  Way  nr  Tele- 
graph av,  Berkeley 

Edgar  Arthur,  farmer,  res  cor  West  and  Nolan 

Edgar  James,  mining,  res  776  Thirteenth 

Edgerly  Abe,  painter  with  C.  B.  Rutherford 

Edlen  John,  fireman  C  P  R  R,  res  1056  Thirteenth  av,  E  0 

Edmonds  Walter  J.,  barber,  res  833  Franklin 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs,  469  Ninth  st. 
OAKLAND    [E]      DIRECTORY.  169 

Edwards  Clara  D.  Miss,  teacher  Preparatory  Department 
Mill's  Seminary 

Edwards  David  B.,  res  175  Eighth 

Edwards  Edward  W.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  West  Fifth  bet  Cen- 
ter and  Chester 

Edwards  Ellen,  nurse,  1065  Broadway 

Edwards  George  C,  instructor  mathematics  University 

Edwards  George  H.,  operator  Atlantic  and  Pacific  Telegraph 
Co,  res  Knox  House 

Edwards  George  S.,  student  University 

EDWARDS  GEORGE  W.,  notary  public  and  proprietor 
Arlington  Candy  Factory,  457  Ninth,  res  E  s  San  Pablo 
av  bet  Twenty-first  and  Twenty-second 

Edwards  H.,  brakeman  CPEK,  res  Oakland  Wharf 

Edwards  James,  physician,  office  and  res  NE  cor  Seventh 
and  Adeline 

Edwards  John,  painter,  res  SE  cor  Alice  and  Second 

Edwards  John  S.,  ropemaker,  res  Ns  East  Twenty-third  bet 
Twenty-first  and  Twenty-second 

Edwards  Justis,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Edwards  R.  W.,  jeweler  (S  F)  res  1054  Twelfth 

Edwards  W.  E.,  bellowsmaker  (S  F)  res  S  s  Lincoln  nr 
Wood,  W  O 

Edwards  William,  carpenter,  res  522  East  Fourteenth 

Edwards  William's.,  proprietor  Knox  House,  Ws  Tele- 
graph av  bet  Twenty-fifth  and  Twenty-sixth 

Eells  Charles  P.,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr 
Hobart 

Eells  James  Kev.,  pastor  First  Presbyterian  Church,  res 
Telegraph  av  nr  Hobart 

Egan  John,  coachman,  res  NW  cor  Third  and  Chestnut 

Egbert  Kobert  S.,  farmer,  res  1123  Myrtle 

Egert  Eouis,  butcher,  res  S  s  Sycamore  nr  San  Pablo 

Egert  Louis  H.,  butcher,  res  E  s  Grove  nr  Twenty-sixth 

Eggers  O.,  laborer  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res  Broadway  bet 
First  and  Second 

EGGERT  WILLIAM  W.  (Moody  &  Eggert)  res  cor  Pine 
and  Goss,  W  O 

Eiben  Fred.  G.,  clerk  with  A.  Ht  Hansen,  res  cor  Wood 
and  William 

Eichman  P.  G.,  barber  with  E.  Mosca,  res,  213  Seventh. 

Eien  C,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill 

Eimer  F.  W.,  bootmaker  with  F.  W.  Stevenson,  res  1020 
Broadway 

Ekblon  Cnarles,  shipwright  W  D  Co      *V 

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Ekey  Eobert,  stairbuilder,  res  310  Fifth 
Elamanzi  Agnes  Miss,  res  S  s  Short  nr  Cedar,  W  O 
Elamanzi  Harriet  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Short  nr  Cedar,  W  0 
Eland  Edward,   salesman  with  J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.,  res  SE 

cor  Sycamore  and  San  Pablo 
ELAND  HOUSE,  Eobert  Eland  proprietor,  845  Franklin 
ELAND  ROBERT,  proprietor  Eland  House,  845  Franklin 
Eland  William,  oysterman  with  N.  Williams,  551  Broadway 
Elder  Alexander,  commission  merchant,  204  Front  (S  F)  res 

N  s  Merrimac  nr  Telegraph  av 
Elford  Alfred  T.,  foreman  with  Blethen  &  Terry,  res  610 

Fifth 
Elford  E.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Elford  Richard,  sash  and  doormaker  withBurnham,  Stande- 

ford  &  Co.,  res  608  Fifth 
Elford  W.  R.,  sash  and  doormaker  with  Burnham,  Stande- 

ford  &  Co.,  res  608  Fifth 
Eliason  Horace  D.,  clerk  Post-Offlce,  res  916  Myrtle 
Ellard  Hattie,  domestic,  Knox  House 
Eller  Peter,  barkeeper  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Elley  Reuben,  butcher  with  H.  Liese,  res  769  East  Twelfth 
Elliot  Alfred  T.,  res  1061  Grove 
Elliot  HemanC,  teamster,  res  NW  cor  12th  av  and  East 

Fifteenth 
Elliott  Albert,  whitener,  res  cor  Twenty-s.ixth  and  Adeline 
Elliott  Charles  H.,  laborer,  res  West  End  Hotel 
Elliott  E.  S.,  teacher  Franklin  Grammar  School,  res   13th 

av  bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East  Sixteenth 
Elliott  Fred.,  editor   Oakland  Daily   News,  res  W  s  San 

Pablo  av  nr  Twenty -second 
Elliott  James,  teamster,  res  616  Second 
Elliott  Kate  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  311  Stockton 

(SF) 
Elliott  Robert,  teamster  with  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res  657 

Grove 
EUiott  Robert  W.,  res  1274  Franklin 
Ellis  Alexander,  machinist  C  P  R  R,  res  E  s  Peralta,  bet 

Third  and  Fifth 
Ellis  C,  res  1001  Franklin 
Ellis  C.  H.,  carpenter,  res  711  Castro 
Ellis  Caroline  H.,  widow,  res  711  Castro 
Ellis  Carrie  M.,  teacher  Frankin  Grammar  School,  res  cor 

6th  av  and  East  Tenth 
Ellis  Grace  Miss,  dressmaker  with  Mrs.  A.  S.  Baker,  res  cor 

Thirteenth  and  Franklin 


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OAKLAND    [  E  ]    DIRECTORY.  171 

Ellis  James,  produce  commission,  500  Sansome  (S  F)  res 
526  Ninth 

Ellis  John,  painter,  res  E  S  11th  av  bet  East  Sixteenth  and 
East  Seventeenth 

Ellis  John,  gardener,  University,  res  Strawberry  Creek  and 
Telegraph  av,  Berkeley 

Ellis  Kate,  domestic,  1102  Myrtle 

Ellis  Eichard  W.,  physician  (S  F)  res  1036  Brash 

Ellis  Sarah,  domestic,  S  s  Hawthorne  nr  Telegraph  av 

Ellis  William,  laborer,  res  The  Home,  Berkeley 

Ellis  William,  hostler  with -Joseph  P.  Dieves,  res  San  Le- 
andro  road  3  miles  E  of  Brooklyn 

Ellis  — ,  fireman  CPE  E,  res  Goss  bet  Wood  and  Pine, 
W  O 

Ellsworth  C.  F.  Miss,  boarding  house,  411  Twelfth 

Ellsworth  L.  Mrs.,  dressmaking,  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr 
Broadway 

Ellwood  William  B.,  groceries  and  liquors,  NW  cor  Twelfth 
and  Kirkham,  W  O 

Elmore  Samuel,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr  Tel- 
egraph av 

Elsey  Charles,  farmer  and  live  stock,  res  653  Eleventh 

Ely  Ann  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Twenty-sixth  and  Union 

Ely  Oliver  C,  capitalist,  res  1057  Washington 

Elzy  E.  J.,  mining,  res  1118  Market 

Erne  Claude,  res  cor  Eighth  and  Kirkham 

Erne  Ernest,  jeweler,  res  cor  Eighth  and  Kirkham 

Emerson  D.  L.,  capitalist,  907  Broadway,  res  Ns  Thirteenth 
bet  Broadway  and  Franklin 

Emerson  E.  Mrs.,  res  Kelsey  House 

Emerson  Louie  Miss,  teacher,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  San  Pa- 
blo av 

EMERSON  WILLIAM  H.,  proprietor  Brooklyn  Dining 
Boom,  NE  cor  East  Eleventh  and  13th  av 

Emery  Joseph  S.,  contractor  (S  F)  res  J  mile  N  junc  Per- 
alta  and  San  Pablo  av 

Emery  Nellie  Miss,  res  West  Oakland  Lodging  House 

Emmett  Alfred,  stableman  with  J.  C.  Trescott,  res  405 
Twelfth 

Emmit  James,  cook,  Humboldt  Hotel 

Emond  Peter,  painter  with  C.  B.  Kutherford 

EMPIRE  RESTAURANT,  Moses  G.  Morse  proprietor,  858 
Broadway 

Emslie  Charles,  machinist,  res  802  Brush 

Engebretson  F.,  laborer,  res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Filbert  and  Myr- 
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Engelberg  Peter,  carpenter,  res  Stewart,  s  Hotel 
ENGINEER  CITY,  Thomas  J.  Arnold,  office  City  Hall 
Engle  Fred.,  butcher,  res  836  Broadway 
English  John  T.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twelfth  nr  Kirkham, 

WO 
English  Warren  B.,  res  E  s  Harrison  bet  Fifteenth  and  Six- 
teenth 
Ennis  Abraham,  res  N  s  Lincoln  nr  Willow,  W  O 
Ennis  Antone,  watchman  W  D  Co,  res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Chester 

and  Henry 
Ennis  James,  carriage  finisher  with  Durham  &  Buffett,  res 

1054  Franklin 
Ennis  John,  plumber  with  Dalziel  &  Moller 
Ennis  Thomas,  engineer  Engine  Co.  No.  1,  res  S  s  Fifteenth 

nr  Clay 
Ennis  William,  driver  Hook  and  Ladder  No.  1,  res  468  Sixth 
Enos  Frank,  laborer  CPEE,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet 

13th  and  14th  avs 
Ensign  Charles  H.,  engineer  with  Babcock  &  Gould,  res  S  s 

»     Third  nr  Alice 
ENTERPRISE  MILLS  (Planing)  Cal.  Bridge  and  Building 

Co.  proprietors,  SW  cor  Second  and  Grove 
Enwald  John,  bartender  with  J.  J.  Hanifin,  res  cor  Webster 

and  Second 
Erhart  J.  G.,  nurseryman  with  W.  F.  Kelsey,  res  cor  Grove 

and  Twenty-seventh 
Erhart  Philip,  driver  with  W.  T.  Sagehorn 
Erick  George,  res  707  East  Twelfth 
Erickson  Charles,  res  Eagle  House 
Erie  Erickson  J.,  upholsterer  with  Chris.  Schreiber,  res  938 

Howard,  S  F 
Erlan  Simon,  shipwright  W  D  Co 
Ermath  Philip,  lumberman  (S  F)  res  NW  cor  Eighteenth 

and  Myrtle 
Ernster  Frank,  teamster  with  P.  Schreiber,  res  San  Pablo 

av  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 
Errickson  E.,  tailor  with  M.  J.  Healy,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Erwin  Stuart,  coachman,  704  Eighth 
Esta  B.,  teamster,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
Estell  Thomas,  porter  CPEE 
Esterly  E.  G.,  woodturner,  res  SW  cor  Chester  and  Third, 

WO 
Estill  Mary  Miss,  res  SW  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Delger 
Eureka  Hotel,  H.  H.  Meyer  proprietor,  SW  cor  Seventh  and 

Washington 
Eustace  James,  painter,  res  N  s  William  bet  Pine  and  Cedar 

STEPHEN  SpYTITH— for  Choice  City  Lots— 917  Broadway. 


Eureka  Refrigerator  the  best,  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 
OAKLAND     [E]    DIRECTORY.  173 

Evans  C.  W.,  widow,  res  E  s  11th  av  bet  East  Eleventh  and 

East  Twelfth 
Evans  Edward,  laundryman,  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Evans  Edward  K.,  mining  (S  F)  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr 

Mc'Clure's  Academy 
Evans  — ,  hostler,  626  Eighth 
Evans  Pierce,  atty-at-law,  res  517  Third 
Evans  Thomas,  physician,  res  Bartlett  House 
Evans  West,  tie  contractor  CPEE,  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr 

Telegraph  av 
Everett  A.  P.,  commission  merchant  (S  F)  res  1117  Ninth 

av,  EO 
Everett  Carleton,  student  University 
Everett  D.  H.,  bookkeeper,  res  1117  Ninth  av,  E  O 
Everett  Edward,  salesman  with  Weaver  &  Taylor  (S  F)  res 

S  s  Eighth  nr  Castro 
EVERSON  MARK  (W.  &  M.  Everson)  res  763  Webster 
EVERSON  W.  &  M.,  hardware,  tools  and  agricultural  im- 
plements, SW  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway 
EVERSON  WAULACE  (W.  &  M.  Everson)  res  763  Web- 
ster 
Evoy  J.  E.  Mrs.,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Adeline 
Ewens  Henry,  laborer,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
Ewing  J.  C,  solicitor,  res  E  s  Broadway  nr  Bay 
Eyman  August,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Eyrich   George,   deckhand  steamer  Louise,   res   707   East 

Twelfth      • 
Ezekiels  E.  M.,  widow,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Edward 
Ezekiels  Mark,  auctioneer,  301  Twelfth,  res  1017  Webster 


W.  &  M.  EVERSON, 


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Fairbanks  Dolphus  D.,  sudent  University 

Fairbanks  Charles,  res  S  s  Golden  Gate  av  nr  Elm 

Fairbanks  Frank  J.,  student  University 

Fairchild  James  C,  surveyor,  res  SW  cor  Clay  and  Twelfth 

Fairchild  M.  E.  Mrs.,  res  SW  cor  Clayand  Twelfth 

FAIRCHILD  O.  L.  0.,  president  Oakland  News  Co.,  res  770 

Thirteenth 
Fairchilds  Robert,  brakeman  C  P  R  R,  res  Oakland  Wharf 
Falkner  James,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Thirtieth  nr  Union 
Fallan  Edward,  painter,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av,  1  mile  S  from 

University 
Fallen  John  F.,  laborer,  res  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  Brush 
Fallmer  R.  F.,  carpenter  and  builder,  423  Tenth,  res  421 

Tenth 
Fallon  James,  laborer  W  D  Co 
Fallon  James,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Magnolia 
Fallon  Lizzie,  domestic,  950  Adeline 
Fallon  Malachi,  res  56  Seventh 

Fannon  John,  laborer,  res  E  s  Lewis  bet  Third  and  Fifth 
FARDON  G.  R.  (Bluett  &  Fardon)  res  Russell  House 
Farensi  Domingo,  laborer,  res  ^  mile  N  Temescal 
Farley  Cecilia  Mrs.,  res  462  Third 
FARLEY  EBEN  C,   deputy   county  clerk,    res  NW   cor 

Castro  and  Ninth 
Farley  Luke,  laborer,  res  Central  House 
Farley  M.,  laborer  Grove-st  Planing  Mill 
Farley  Michael,  engineer,  res  W  s  Linden  nr  Twenty-second 
FARLEY  ROBERT,   marble  works,    Broadway  bet  Thir- 
teenth and  Fourteenth,  res  cor  Grove  and  Sycamore 
Farmer  Rudolph,  carpenter,  716  Broadway,  res  Washington 

bet  Third  and  Fourth 
Farmer  William,  driver  with  Landon  &  Co.,  res  Mechanics' 

House 
Farmer  William  E.,  machinist,  res  408  Fifth 
Farnam  Edward,  srock  broker,  res  1014  Ninth  av,  E  O 
FARNO  A.  C,  collector,  470  Seventh,  res  NW  cor  Fifteenth 

and  Brush 
Farno  A.  C,  physician,  res  NW  cor  Fifteenth  and  Brush 
Farnum  A.  L.  Mrs.,  dressmaking,  res  514  Sixth 
Farnum  J.  E.,  res  E  s  Webster  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 
Farquhar  Mary  Mrs.,  res  819  Webster 
Farran  John,  stableman  with  L.  M.  Beaudry 
Farrell  Edward  T.,  res  550  Seventh 

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J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Eastern  Cider  Company,  469  Ninth 
OAKLAND    [  P  ]    DIRECTORY.  175 

Farrell  James,  car  repairer  C  P  E  R,  res  cor  Taylor  and 

Lincoln,  W  O 
Farrell  James,  laborer  CPEK,  res  cor  Wood  and  Seward, 

WO 
Farrell  John,  boot  and  shoemaker,  422  Third 
Farrell  John,  butcher,  903  Willow 
Farrell  John,  groceries,  store  and  res  1700  Eighth 
Farrell  John,  fireman  C  P  E  E,  res  cor  Eighth  and  Willow, 

WO 
Farrell  William,  restaurant  Newlands  Hotel 
Farren  W.  D.,  deputy  Tax  Collector,  res  612  Ninth 
Farrington  E.  D.,   proprietor  Oakland  Warehouse,  res  1207 

Franklin 
Farrington  M.  J.  Mrs.,  res  Tremont  House 
FARWELL  &  GARRIGAN  (F.  M.  Farwell  and  J.H.  Gar- 

rigan)  paints,  oils,  varnishes,   glass,  brushes  and  wall 

paper,  864  Broadway 
FARWELL  &  HIRSHBERG  (George  E.  Farwell  and  David 

S.  Hirshberg)  gents'  furnishing  goods,  1103  Broadway 
FARWELL  F.  M.  (Farwell  &  Garrigan)  res  371  Eighth 
BARWELL  GEORGE  E.  (Farwell  &  Hirshberg)  418  Fifth 
Faschian  Herman,  cook  with  Haugsted  &  Petersen,   res  809 

Jackson 
FASHION     LIVERY    STABLE,     McCleverty   &  Noblett 

proprietors,  860  Broadway 
Fassett  H.  H.,  insurance  (S  F)  res  W  s  Wood  nr  Seward, 

WO 
Faulkner  C.  S.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Nineteenth 
Fauntleroy  William  H.,   surveyor,   res  cor  Fourteenth  and 

Market 
Fearey  Joseph  H.,  collector,  res  E  s  Grove  nr  Caledonia  av 
Fearey  Mary  Mrs.,  res  cor  Grove  and  Caledonia 
Fearey  Robert  D.,  plumber  with  James  McGivney,  res  N  s 

Spring  nr  Adeline 
Fearey  Theodore  H.,  bookkeeper  with  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res 

cor  Grove  and  Caledonia  av 
Fearley —  Mrs.,  seamstress,  res  461  Ninth 
Fee  John,  res  1001  Franklin 

Fee  John  D.,  architect,  res  W  s  Valley  nr  Twenty-fourth 
Fee  Patrick,  farmer,  res  E  s  College  av,  one-half  mile  south 

Asylum,  Berkeley 
Feeney  Daniel,  switchman  C  P  E  E,  res  Star  House,  W  O 
Feeney  Mark,  laborer,  res  1122  Fifteenth  av 
Feeney  Mary,  domestic,  930  Adeline 
Feeny  James,  superintendent  laborers  U  S  Appraiser's  Store, 

res  1720  Eighth,  W  O 

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Feiling  Louis  H.,  bookkeeper,   res  N  s  East  Thirty-second 

nr  13th  av,  Lynn 
Fell  Owen,  res  S  s  East  Seventeenth  bet  13th  and  14th  avs 
Fellows  E.  C,   superintendent  Western  Division  CPRK, 

res  940  Myrtle 
Felt  Joseph,  waiter,  res  Goss  nr  Cedar,  W  O 
Felton  Edward  S.,  brakeman  C  P  EE,  res  Union  Hotel,  EO 
Felton  Engine  Co.,  No.  2,  J.  Dolan  foreman,  468-470  Sixth 
Felton  John  B.,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  930  Adeline 
Felver  Daniel,  cigars,  NW  cor  Twelfth  and  Broadway,  res 

Twenty-eighth  nr  West 
Fenchler  John  L.,  butcher  with  J.  Shultz,  res  Mechanics' 

Home 
Fenn  Thomas  W.,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  N  s  Prospect  av  nr 

Broadway 
Fenner  Almeron,  painter,  res  464  Third 
Fenner  Edgar,  painter,  res  464  Third 
FENNESSY  JOHN,  proprietor  Oakland    Billiard  Parlor, 

863  Broadway,  res  662  Sixth 
Fenton  A.,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Soracco  House,  W  O 
Fenton  Bridget,  domestic,  SE  cor  5th  av  and  East  Eleventh 
Fergus  Patrick,  res  Mansion  House,  E  O 
Ferguson  G.  G.,  solicitor,  res  S  s  Bay  pi  nr  Broadway 
Fernandez  J.  L.,  groceries,  store  and  res  junction  Adeline 

and  San  Pablo  av 
Ferraioli  Vincent,   barber  with  John  Silva,  res  627  East 

Twelfth 
Ferral  James,  student  Golden  Gate  Academy 
Ferre  Ella  Miss,  student  University 
Ferre'  H.  E.,  stock  dealer,  res  S  s  Eighth  nr  Myrtle 
Ferris  B.  F.  Mrs.,  res  468  Fifth 

Ferris  D.  C,  mining  (S  F)  res  E  s  Jackson  nr  Fifteenth 
Ferris  Eichard,  res  W  s  Center  nr  Third 
Ferris  E.  J.,  compositor  West  Oakland  Press,  res  Bartlett 

House 
FFRENCH  NICHOLAS,  groceries  and  liquors,  721  Linden, 

res  723  Linden 
Fick  Annie  Mrs.,  fancy  goods,  1761  Eailroad  av,  W  O 
Fick  August,  painter,  res  1761  Eailroad  av,  W  O 
Fick  Emile,  engineer  C  P  E  E,  res  476  East  Eleventh,  E  O 
Fiddler  Hercules,  gardener,  cor  Merrimac  and  Broadway 
Fiege  Eichard,  upholsterer,  res  S  s  Taylor  nr  Willow  av,  W  O 
Field  Edward  G.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Short  nr  Bay,  W  O 
Field  E.  G.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Eailroad  av  nr  Cedar 
Field  H.  N.  Miss,  principal  Home  School  for  Young  Ladies, 

S  s  Hobart  bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


Gordons'  wagons  supply  families  in  Oakland,  Berkely  &  Alameda 


OAKLAND     [p]    DIRECTORY.  177 

Field  James  C,  niillman,  res  W  s  Cedar  nr  Division,  W  O 

Fierfort  Soe'  Mme.,  furnished  rooms,  626  Third 

Fiering  Charles,  laborer  Washington  Brewery 

FIFTY  ASSOCIATES,  G.  W.  Armes  president,  E.  C.  Ses- 
sions secretary,  office  462  Eighth 

Fike  Nathan,  junk  dealer,  res  NW  cor  Fifth  and  Peralta 

Fike  S.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Fike  Spencer,  plumber  with  Babcock  &  Douglas,   res  W  s 
Peralta  nr  Fifth,  W  O 

Filby  James,  cook  Eastern  Hotel 

Fillio  Nelson,  special  policeman,  res  NW  cor  12th  av  and 
East  Fifteenth 

Fillman  Philip,  res  NE  cor  East  Eleventh  and  Thirteenth 

Fillmore  James,  clerk  with  D.  Rathjen,  res  NW  cor  Jeffer- 
son and  Fifth 

Fillmore  John,  gardener,  res  N  s  Twenty-first  nr  Brush 

Filmerr  Rudolph,  carpenter,  res  655  Washington 

Filmore  — ,  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Center,  W  O 

Finch  H.  G.,  farmer,  res  222  East  Fifteenth 

Finch  William  H.,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  cor  Seward  and 
Pine,  W  O 

Fincke  H.  W.,  expressman,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Twenty- 
Seventh 

Findley  Thomas,  res  Kelsey  House 

Finegan  James  C.,  tinsmith,  res  914  West  Fifth 

Finkeldey  Frederick,  butcher  with  H.  Finkeldey,  res  Eagle 
House 

FINKELDEY  HENRY,  butcher,   705  Broadway,  res  609 
Harrison 

Finley  James,  fireman,  res  714  Franklin 

Finn  John,  piledriver,  res  SE  cor  Railroad  av  and  Wood 

Finnell  J.   Miss,   hairworker  (S  F)  res  S  s  Forty-sixth  nr 
Telegraph  av 

Finney  A.  R.,  blacksmith,  res  S  s  East  Seventeenth  bet  5th 
and  6th  avs 

Finney  G.  W.  Mrs.,  res  473  Eleventh 

Finney  J.  W.  J.,  compositor  Transcript,  res  456  Eighth 

Finnie  Walter  F.,  student  University 

FINNIGAN  MICHAEL  J.,  house  and  sign  painter,  res  S  s 
Nineteenth  bet  Brush  and  Castro 

Finucane  W.  M,,  teacher,   res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Forty- 
third 

Fipps  Joseph,  farmer,  res  600  Twelfth 

FIRST  BAPTIST  CHURCH,  Rev.  B.  S.  McLafferty  pastor, 
SE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Brush 


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FIRST  NATIONAL  GOLD  BANK  OF  OAKLAND,  V.  D. 

Moody  president,  G.  M.  Fisher  cashier,  969  Broadway 
FIRST    PRESBYTERIAN    CHURCH,  Kev.    James  Eelis, 

pastor,  NE  cor  Franklin  and  Fourteenth 
Firth  John,  sawfiler   C  P  R  R,   res   cor  Railroad   av  and 

Cedar,  W  O 
Fischer  George,  laborer  Washington  Brewery 
Fischer  Max,  wagonmaker  with  Benj .  Kneale,  res  Humboldt 

House 
Fischer  William,  waiter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Fish  M.  W.,  physician,  res  461  East  Fourteenth 
Fish  Nathaniel  P.,  shoemaker,  res  860  East  Fourteenth 
Fish  Russell  S.,  capitalist,  res  SE  cor  Ninth  and  Grove 
Fish  W.  H.,  carpenter  W  D  Co 

Fisher  A.  D.,  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  Cedar  nr  Goss 
Fisher  Beriah  T.,  carpenter,  res  358  Seventh 
Fisher  D.,  fireman  C  P  R  R,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
Fisher  E.  E.,  printer,  res  SW  cor  Thirtieth  and  Linden 
Fisher  Frederick,  plumber  with  John  Spencer 
Fisher  George,  painter,  res  Forty-second  nr  Telegraph  av 
FISHER  G.  M.,  cashier  First  National  Gold  Bank,  res  409 

Filbert 
Fisher  Jacob,  fireman  C  P  R  R,  res  N  s  Goss  nr  Cedar,  W  0 
Fisher  John,  painter,  res  SW  cor  Clay  and  Fourth 
Fisher  Michael,  groceries,  SW  cor  Clay  and  Fourth 
Fisher  Luther  P.,  advertising  agent  (S  F)  res  N  s  Brown  nr 

West 
Fisher  Thomas,    plasterer,    res   S  s   Forty-sixth   nr   Tele- 
graph av 
Fisk  Fred.,  carpeiiter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Fisk  J.  E.,  printer,  resN1054  Broadway 
FISK  LEANDER,  groceries  and  liquors,  store  and  res  cor 

Third  and  Adeline 
Fisk  William  H.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  William  bet  Cedar  and 

Bay,  W  O 
Fitch  — ,  carpenter,  res  N  s  University  av  nr  Second,  W  B 
FITZELL  PETER  (Lynch,  Maloney  &  Fitzell)  res  804  Jef- 
ferson 
Fitzgerald  David,  laborer  with  Taylor  &  Co,  res  W  s  Twen- 
tieth bet  West  and  Market 
FITZGERALD  E.,  boots  and  shoes,  835  Broadway,  res  815 

Washington 
Fitzgerald  Edward  J.,  salesman  with  O'Connell  &  Co.,  res 

W  s  Twentieth  bet  Curtis  and  West 
Fitzgerald  Frederick,  clerk  with  E.  D.  Block  &  Co.,  res  461 
Ninth 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  Ice,  469  Ninth  at. 


OAKLAND    [P]    DIRECTORY.  179 

Fitzgerald  James,    laborer,    res  N  s   Forty-ninth  nr   Tele- 
graph av 
Fitzgerald  James,  stableman,  res  1021  Third 
Fitzgerald  Katie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Pine, 

WO 
Fitzgerald  Kate  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Linden  nr  Twenty-second 
Fitzgerald  Margaret,   domestic,  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Ply- 
mouth av 
Fitzgerald  Maurice,  laborer  W  D  Co 
Fitzgerald  M  D.,  laborer,  res  N  s  Eleventh  nr  Center 
Fitgerald  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Fitzgibbon  Thomas,   driver  with  L.   M.  Beaudry,  res  362 

Seventh 
Fitzgibbons  Thomas,  fireman  C  P  R  R  steamers,  res  S  s 

Fourteenth  nr  Wood,  W  O 
Fitzmaurice  John,  gardener,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  nr  Brush 
Fitzpatrick  Rose,  domestic,  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Charter 
Fitzpatrick  Thomas  J.,  student  University 
Flagg  H.  H.,  broker,  420  Montgomery  (S  F)  res  804  Ninth 
Flagg  Julia  A.,  proprietress  Grand  Western  Hotel,  N  s  Rail- 
road av  bet  Wood  and  Pine 
Flaherty  Thomas,  laborer,  res  S  s  Seventh  nr  Brush 
Flaherty  Thomas,  painter,  res  363  Eighth 
Flanagan  James,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Flanagan  John,  laborer,  res  416  Seventh 
Flandin  Joseph,  special  policeman,  res  Eagle  House 
Flanedy  Joseph,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Flannegan  Christopher,   laundry,  res  S  s  Prospect  av  nr 

Broadway 
Flannery  James,   trackwalker  C  P  R  R,  res  Railroad  Ex- 
change, W  O 
Flannery  Joseph,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  Railroad  Exchange 
Fleck  Amelia,  midwife,  res  721  Sixth 
Fleck  Gustav,  barber  with  E.  Maleton,  res  721  Sixth 
Fleming  &  Trask  (John  J.  Fleming  and  S.  D.  Trask)  wines 

and  liquors,  625  East  Twelfth 
Fleming  John  J.  (Fleming  &  Trask)  res  9th  av  nr  Twelfth 
Fleming  J.  R.  Mrs.,  res  304  Ninth 
Fleming  Patrick,  laborer  Oakland  Gaslight  Co.,  res  Eagle 

House 
Fletcher  John,   shoemaker,   res  E  s  Grove  bet  Fifth   and 

Sixth 
Fletcher  Joseph,  brakeman,  res  Goss  nr  Pine,  W  0 
Fletcher  Robert,  hackman,  res  E  s  Filbert  nr  Thirtieth 
Fletcher  William,  foreman  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av  R  R 
Stables,  res  cor  Twenty-third  and  Telegraph  av 


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Fletcher  W.  T.,  policeman,  res  39  Valley 
Flick  G.  W.,  carpenter,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
Flinden  Joseph,  laborer  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe 
Flint  A.  P.,  insurance  agent  (S  F)  res  1103  Filbert 
Flint  Edward  P.  (Flint,  Peadody  &  Co.,  S  F)  res  W  s  Wash- 
ington bet  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth 
Flint  E.  T.,  res  W  s  Castro  nr  Sixteenth 
FLINT    GEORGE    B.   (Sanford,  Kelsey   &   Co.)    res   971 

Brqadway 
Flint  Levi,  boot  and  shoemaker,  S  s  Eailroad  av  bet  Wood 

and  Pine,  res  N  s  Eighth  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W  O 
Flood  Isaac,  whitener,  res  N  s  East  Fifteenth  bet  13th  and 

14th  avs,  E  O 
Flood  William  A.,  stonecutter,  res  E  s  West  nr  Fifteenth 
Flood  William  E.,    carpenter,  res   NE   cor   Franklin    and 

Third 
Flora  E  H.,  house  mover,  res  cor  Eighteenth  and  Cypress 
Flora  Melcajah  R.,   house  mover,   res  cor    Twenty-second 

and  Linden 
Floud  John  W.,  plumber  and  gasfitter  with  Dalziel  &  Mol- 

ler,  1141  Broadway 
Flugge  Charles,  stock  broker,  res  1102  Tenth 
Flynn  Agnes,  domestic,  Blake  House 

Flynn  Andrew,   groceries,    NW  cor    Myrtle   and  Twenty- 
second 
Flynn  Edmond,  groceries  and  liquors,    SW  cor  Post  and 

Taylor  (S  F)  res  721  Fourth 
Flynn  Hannah,  domestic,  1167  Castro 
Flynn  Hugh,  blacksmith  C  P  R  R,  res  Cedar  nr  Seventh, 

W.  O 
Flynn  James,    upholsterer  with   C.    L.    Taylor,    res    1057 

Webster 
Flynn  Patrick,  laborer,  res  E  s  Lewis  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 
Flynn  Peter,   hostler  with  Shattuck  &  Hillegass,  res  457 

Eighth 
Flynn  Richard,  laborer,  res  Cedar  nr  Eighth,  W  O 
Flynn  —  Mrs.,  res  928  Filbert 
Foard  George,  laborer,  res  818  Twelfth 
Fogarty  Thomas,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  Railroad  Exchange, 

WO 
Fogg  George  E.,  student  University,  res  W  s  Webster  nr 

Prospect  av 
FOGG  GEORGE  H.,  justice  of  peace  and  real  estate,  Union 

Savings  Bank  building,  res  Webster  nr  Prospect  av 
Fogg  George  W.,  superintendent  Pacific  Iron  Works,  res  SE 

cor  Filbert  and  Railroad  av 

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OAKLAND     [P]    DIRECTORY.  181 

Fogg  John  B.,  bricklayer,  res  563  Seventh 

Fogg  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  813  Market 

Foley  J.  J.,  res  W  s  Peralta  nr  Lincoln,  W  O 

Foley  John,  laborer,  res  8  s  Twenty-seventh  nr  Grove 

Foley  John,  laborer,  res  Mechanics  Hotel 

Foley  Thomas,  laborer  CPKR,  res  E  s  Chestnut  nr  First 

Foley  Michael,  coachman,  1077  Eighth 

Foley  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 

Foley  Thomas,  laborer,  res  723  Myrtle,  rear 

Foley  William  H.,  calker  W  D  Co,  res  Railroad  Exchange 

Hotel,  W  O 
Folger  George  S.,  teamster  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe 
Folger  James  A.,  spice  mills  (S  F)  res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Wil- 
low, W  O 
Folger  Samuel  G.,  collector  Freeman  &  Jaffe,  res  303  Second 
Folkes  Frank,   clerk  with  Mills  Bros.,   res  cor  Ninth   and 

Webster 
Follis  Mary,  domestic  Blake  House 
FOLLRATH  ADAM,  horseshoer  and  farrier,  N  s  Twelfth 

bet  Harrison  and  Alice,  res  964  Castro 
Folsom  Edward,  plumber  with  J.  A.  C.  Macdonald,  res  806 

Jefferson 
Folte  Gustav,  bookkeeper  with  Burns,  Whitman  &  Gardiner, 

res  410  Tenth 
Fonda  David  B.,  engineer  CPCR,  res  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine 

and  Wood,  W  O 
Fonda  P.  W.,  coal  inspector  C  PER,  res  N  s  Goss  bet 

Pine  and  Wood,  W  O 
Fones  John  H.  (Waite  &  Fones)  367  Tenth 
FONTE   ANTONIO,  general    merchandise,  NE    cor  East 

Twelfth  and  16th  av,  res  1114  Sixteenth  av  E  O 
Fonte  Henry,  clerk  with  A.  Fonte,  res  1114  Sixteenth  av,  E  O 
Fonte  Joseph,  tanner  with  J.  S.  Derby,  res  Eastern  Hotel, 

EO 
Fonte  Manuel,  tanner  with  J.  S.  Derby,  res  Fruit  Vale 
Foote  William  W.,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  SE  cor  Thirteenth 

and  Brush  ( 

Ford  Albin,  general  merchandise,  1080  Fourteenth  av 
Ford  J.  B.,  res  665  Grove 

Ford  J.  B.,  lumber,  res  SW  cor  5th  av  and  East  Ninth 
Ford  John  A.,  porter  C  PRE,  res  764  Sixth 
Ford  M.  A.  Mrs.,  res  954  West  Fifth 
Fordman  Richard,  shipwright  W  D  Co 
FORG  CHARLES,  proprietor  Kihlmeyer's  Saloon,  461-463 

Sixth 
Forrester  David,  carpenter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O] 


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Forrester  ^ames,  feed  and  sale  stable,  664-666  Franklin 

Forrester  J.  D.,  res  373  Fifth 

Forster  J.  H.,  widow,  res  758  0 astro 

Forsyth  Edwin  R.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Delaware  nr  Sixth,  W  B 

Forsythe  Robert,  res  Soracco  House,  W  O 

Fortin  V.  L.,  clerk,  res  613  Tenth 

Fortman  D.,  ship  carpenter,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad 
House,  WO 

Fortman  Fred.,  shipwright  W  D  Co 

Foss  Walter  A.,  truckman,  res  608  Fourth 

Fossard  Aimable,  collector  (S  F)  res  SE  cor  Thirteenth  and 
Peralta,  W  O 

Foster  Charles,  laborer,  res  W  s  Second  nr  Soap  Factory, 
WB 

Foster  Emma  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  607  Franklin 

Foster  Henry  A.,  shipjoiner,  res  W  s  Center  nr  Fifth 

Foster  John,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  Henry  bet  Fifth  and 
Seventh,  W  O 

Foster  John  A.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty-eighth 

Foster  Thomas  (J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.)  res  The  Centennial 

Foster  Thomas,  master  mariner,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  West 
and  Market 

Foucault  Y.  M.,  real  estate  (S  F)  res  N  s  Charter  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Foulkes  James  F.,  physician,  1068  Broadway,  res  954 
Webster 

Fountain  George,  res  NE  cor  Seventeenth  and  New  Brdwy 

Fountain  Henry,  clerk  with  Starkweather  &  Son,  res  Tele- 
graph av  nr  Charter 

Fountain  William  H.,  real  estate,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr 
Charter 

Fowler  David  C,  driver  with  Thomson  Bros.,  res  669  Third 

Fowler  D.  C,  branch  N  T  Bakery,  store  and  res  1218  Broad- 
way 

Fowler  Frank  L.,  bookkeeper  with  Butler  &  Bowman,  res 
NW  cor  Fifth  and  Alice 

Fowler  G.  B.,  copyist  with  County  Recorder,  res  Alvarado 

Fowler  J.,  farmer,  res  E  s  College  av  nr  Asylum,  Berkeley 

Fowler  James  H.,  engineer  Pacific  Jute  Manufacturing  Co., 
res  cor  7th  av  and  East  Tenth 

Fowler  James  M.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Fowler  Jefferson,  res  E  s  Broadway  nr  Twentieth 

Fowler  William  (Lyon  &  Fowler,  S  F)  res  626  Thirteenth 

Fowler  W.  W.  (W.  W.  Fowler  &  Co.)  res  cor  Tenth  and 
Grove 


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OAKLAND     [  Y  ]    DIRECTORY.  183 

Fowler  W.  W.  &  Co.   (W.  W.  Fowler  and  T.  S.  Towle)  real 

estate  agents,  901  Washington 
Fox  Charles  N.,   atty-at-law,   528  California  (S  F)  res  W  s 

Market  bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth 
Fox  John,  coachman,  res  621  Thirteenth 
Fox  John  F.,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  Willow  and  William 
Fox  John  S.,  furniture,  res  369  Fifth 
Fox  Lizzie  Miss,  student  University 
Fox  M.  J.  Mrs.,    ladies'  hairdresser,    store   and  res   1210 

Broadway 
Fox  R.  D.,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  Willow  and  William 
Fox  — ,  brakeman  CPKE,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel,  W O 
Fox  — ,  Mrs.,  ladies'  nurse,  res  412  Fourteenth 
Foy  Bridget  Mrs.,  res  562  East  Twelfth 
Foy  Martin,  res  526  East  Twelfth 
Fozard  George,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Franche  Peter,  baker  with  Thompson  Bros.,   res  NE  cor 

Broadway  and  Eleventh 
Francis  Cornelius,  whitener,  res  Ss  East  Fourteenth  nr  20th 

av 
Francis  Elihu  R.,  carpenter,  res  356  Tenth 
Francis  H.  E.,  signpainter  with  E.  A.  Bushell,  res  356  Tenth 
FRANCIS  SAJVTUEL,  merchant  tailor,  1006  Broadway,  res  836 

Clay 
Franck  Charles,  saloon,  res  814  Third 
Frank  Jacob,   upholsterer  with  P.  Schreiber,  res  610  Post 

(SF) 
Frank  Lucy,  cook,  cor  Moss  and  Telegraph  avs 
Frank  Nathan  H.,  student  University 
Frank  R.  H.,  machinist,  res  N  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow  and 

Campbell,  W  O 
Franke  George,  car  cleaner  CPKE,  res  William  bet  Cedar 

and  Pine,  WO 
Franke  John,  car  cleaner  CPEB,  res  cor  William  and 

Pine,  W  O 
Franklin  Grammar  School.  J.  H.  Sumner  principal,  NW  cor 

10th  av  and  East  Fifteenth 
Fransen  H.,  shipwright  W  D  Co  P 

Frary  Fred.,  painter,  res  522  Second  a 

Frasen  Louis,  dishwasher  with  Jacob  Bieble  » 

Fraser  D.  McG.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Linden  nr  Eighteenth         $ 
Fraser  Hugh  R.,  engineer,  res  1050  Third  & 

Fraser  Samuel  W.,  carpenter,  res>  307  Third 
Fraser  Thomas  Rev.,  res  916  Myrtle 
Fraser  W.  C,  waiter,  SE  cor  Jackson  and  Lake 
Frasier  John,  machinist  C  P  R  R,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 

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Frauneider  Leopold,  locksmith  with  Kaese  &  Rode,  res  660 
Harrison 

Frazier  L.,  cook  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Frazier  T.  J.,  teamster  Hayes,  Carrick  &  Co.,  res  Ames 
Butcher  Town 

Frederick  J.,  carnage  painter  with  Sohst  Bros.,  res  Sixteenth 
bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 

Frederick  John,  conductor  CP  EE,  res  W  s  Chester  nr 
Eleventh,  W  O 

Frederick  William  B.,  dairy  produce,  410  Ninth,  res  W  s 
Brush  nr  Twenty-first 

Fredericksen  Peter,  driver  Telegraph  av  R  B,  res  Temescal 

Frederickson  William,  res  SE  cor  16th  av  and  East  Six- 
teenth 

Free  Jane,  domestic,  cor  Chapel  and  University  av,  B 

Freeborn  William  H.,  butcher,  SE  cor  Chester  and  Bailroad 
av 

Freel  John,  plasterer,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Center,  W  O 

Freeland  Albert,  laborer  W  D  Co 

FREEMAN  &  JAFFE  (O.  K.  Freeman  and  L.  Jaffe)  job- 
bers and  dealers  wood  and  coal,  411  Eighth 

Freeman  A.,  helper  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  701  Wash- 
ington 

Freeman  Charles  W.,  printer  with  B.  F.  Sterett  (S  F)  res 
NE  cor  Lincoln  and  Wood,  W  O 

Freeman  John,  gardener  with  Orrin  Gowell 

Freeman  Mary  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Isabella  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Freeman  M.  L.,  ladies'  nurse,  res  623  East  Tenth 

FREEMAN  OTIS  K.  (Freeman  &  Jaffe)  res  Knox  House 

Freitag- Christina  Mrs.,  res  SW  cor  Bailroad  av  and  Wood, 
WO 

Fremery  J.  M.,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 

French  G.  S.,  clerk  What  Cheer  House,  res  W  s  West  nr 
Sixteenth 

FRENCH  HOTEL  AND  RESTAURANT,  John  Berger 
proprietor,  Willow  Grove  Park,  W  B 

FRENCH  INSURANCE  CORPORATION  (La  Caisse  Gen- 
erale)  B.  C.  Dick  agent,  1004  Broadway 

FRENCH  ROBERT  F.  (French,  Stuart  &  Co.)  res  Evoy  av 
nr  San  Pablo  av 

FRENCH,  STUART  &  CO.  (Robert  F.  French  and  Henry 
W.  Stuart)  upholsterers  and  dealers  furniture  and  bed- 
ding, 476  Ninth,  Nicholl  block 

French  William  H.,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res 
517  Ninth 

French  W.  M.,  watchman  W  D  Co 


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OAKLAND     [J1]    DIRECTORY.  185 

French  — ,  carpenter,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  20th  and 
21st  av 

Freshwater  J.  H.,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Fretas  Joseph,  laborer,  res  673  East  Twelfth 

Freud  Jacob  R.,  student  "University 

Frewing  George,  carpenter,  W  s  Henry  nr  First 

Frey  Benedict,  capitalist,  res  831  Clay 

Frey  Emil,  student,  res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Filbert  and  Linden 

Frey  Gustavus  G.,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Wood  and  William, 
WO 

Frey  James,  laborer  W  D  Co 

Frey  James  F.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Chase  bet  Wood  and  Wil- 
low, W  O 

Frey  John,  watchmaker,  1765  Railroad  av,  res  911  Market 

Frick  Alfred,  mining  engineer,  res  217  Sixth 

Friedendall  Ira,  res  Blake  House 

Friedline  S.  A.,  carpenter,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 

Friend  William  H.,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  SWcor  Tenth  and 
West 

Frink  Ledyard,  farmer,  res  1118  Washington 

Fritz  Charles,  painter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Froment  Antone,  waiter  with  J.  Marquis,  res  815  Franklin 

Fromm  Albert  W.,  brewer  Berkeley  Brewery,  res  Park 
House,  W  B 

Frontier  Peter  (Frontier,  Bellemere  &  Co,  S  F)  res  759  Clay 

Frosbery  C,  cabinetmaker  W  D  Co 

Frost  N.  M.,  lumber  inspector,  res  N  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Frost  R.  M.,  sawyer  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  N  s  Forty- 
sixth  nr  Telegraph  av 

Fuchs  George  Mrs.,  res  N  s  East  Thirty-second  nr  13th  av 

Fuchs  Philip,  blacksmith  (S  F)  res  E  s  Chester  bet  Ninth 
and  Tenth 

FUHR  C.  A.  (Vaughn  &  Fuhr)  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Fuhr  Peter,  calciminer  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Fuller  Albert  A.,  teamster  with  E.  Hook,  res  E  O 

FULLER  A.  M.  (Brainard  &  Fuller)  res  E  O 

Fuller  Cliffoad  A.,  cigars  and  tobacco,  NE  cor  Ninth  and 
Broadway,  res  855  Harrison 

Fuller  Fred,  t).,  insurance,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Eighteenth 

Fuller  Hinds,  teamster,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Eighteenth 

Fuller  Martin,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Fuller  —  Mrs.,  res  Soracco  House,  W  O 

Fulton  George,  carpenter,  res  cor  Thirtieth  and  Union 

Fulton  George,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Eleventh  nr  Castro 

Fulton  Joseph,  mining  superintendent,  res  515  Ninth 


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Furber  E.  G.,  poultry,  res'920  Filbert 

Furgason  George,  solicitor  Singer  Sewing  Machine  Co,  res 

Twenty-sixth  bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av 
Furlong  John,  laborer  CPEK,  res  Magnolia  nr  Adeline 
Furst  Herrmann  (Coffee  &  Furst)  res  516  Fifth 
Furzacly  Joseph,  res  N  s  Lydia  nr  Curtis 


G 

Gaertner  Frederick  W.,  machinist  Enterprise  Mills,  res  Fil- 
bert nr  Twenty-eighth 

GAGE  &  HURL  (Samuel  D.  Gage  and  George  Hurl) 
carpenters  and  builders,  476  Eighth 

Gage  John  W.,  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr  Telegraph  av 

GAGE  SAMUEL  D.  (Gage  &  Hurl)  res  461  Ninth 

Gagnon  J.  B.,  capitalist,  res  409  First 

Gaines  Michael,  laborer  W  D  Co,  res  E  s  Chester  nr  Fifth 

Gaither  Hamilton,  clerk  with  Burns,  Whitman  &  Gardiner, 
res  NW  cor  Tenth  and  Broadway 

Galdey  Ellen  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Grove 

Gale  George,  carpenter,  res  W  s  9th  av  nr  East  Twenty- 
fourth 

Galindo  A.,  laborer,  res  Fruit  Vale 

GALINDO  F.  L.,  carriage  painter,  SE  cor  16th  av  and  West 
Fourteenth,  res  Fruit  Yale 

Gallagher  A.  M.  Mrs.,  res  NW  cor  Twenty-fourth  and 
Adeline 

Gallagher  Charles  E.,  painter,  res  N  s  Thirty-ninth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Gallagher  Daniel,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty- 
first 

Gallagher  Edward,  bootmaker,  shop  and  res  San  Leandro 
Road  3  miles  from  East  Oakland   • 

Gallagher  John,  boilermaker,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad 
House,  W  O 

Gallagher  Neil,  groceries  and  liquors,  store  and  res  NE  cor 
Twenty-fifth  and  Telegraph  av 

Gallagher  Stephen,  painter,  res  N  s  Thirty-ninth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Gallagher  William,  laborer,  res  S  s  Laurel  nr  Broadway 

Gallagher  — ,  laborer,  res  715  Sixth 

Gallant  Peter  H.,  carpenter,  res  719  Linden 

Gallavan  Maurice,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Gallegos  R.,  commission  merchant,  res  Tubb's  Hotel 


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OAKLAND     [Q]    DIRECTORY.  187 

Galvin  James,  carriage  and  wagonmaker,  Broadway  bet 
Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth,  res  Fourteenth  bet  Franklin 
and  Broadway 

Gallwas  Fred.,  tailor,  49  San  Pablo  av 

Galwus  Sophie,  domestic,  SE  cor  Seventeenth  and  Jefferson 

Gam  Lee,  Chinese  Laundry,  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Market 

Gammel  Archibald,  miller  with  Babcock  &  Gould,  res  S  s 
Eleventh  bet  Castro  and  Brush 

Gamble  — ,  res  W  s  Jackson  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 

Gangwert  &  Gilardin  (Paul  Gangwer  and  Eugene  Gilardin) 
stock  yard,  E  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Forty-eighth  and 
Forty-ninth 

Gangwer  Paul  (Gangwer  &  Gilardin)  res  cor  Telegraph  av 
and  Shattuck 

Gannon  Lawrence,  wines  and  liquors,  703  Broadway 

Gannon  Martin,  res  666  East  Twelfth 

Gans  Louis,  upholsterer,  res  408  Ninth 

Gans  Robert  H.,  bookkeeper  The  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings, 
res  921  Broadway 

Garabaldi  Joseph,  cook,  res  cor  Twentieth  and  Telegraph  av 

Garabrant  Charles,  machinist,  res  762  Jefferson 

Garabrant  Orville,  salesman  with  Cushing  &  Ryder,  res  762 
Jefferson 

Garber  John,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  950  Adeline 

GARBER  M.  C.  (Sarpy,  Barstow  &  Co.)  res  The  Cen- 
tennial 

Garcelon  Henry,  shipwright  W  D  Co 

Garcelon  Seward,  physician,  res  W  s  Madison  bet  Four- 
teenth and  Fifteenth 

Garcia  Benjamin,  milker  with  M.  McGrath,  cor  Nineteenth 
and  Kirkham 

Garcia  Celso,  bootblack,  457  Seventh,  res  Ninth  nr  Franklin 

Garcia  Guadalupe,  milker  with  M.  McGrath,  res  N  s  Forty- 
sixth  nr  Telegraph  av 

Gardanowsky  A.,  physician,  1058  Broadway 

Gardiner  James  J.,  real  estate  agent,  464  Ninth,  res  N  s 
Jones  nr  Telegraph  av 

GARDINER  JAMES  T.  (Burns,  Whitman  &  Gardiner)  res 
N  s  Charter  bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs 

GARDINER  JAMES  T.,  carriage,  house  and  sign  painter 
and  dealer  in  paints,  oils,  etc.,  Broadway  bet  Four- 
teenth and  Fifteenth,  res  Sycamore  bet  Grove  and  San 
Pablo  av 

Gardiner  William  C,  atty-at-law,  res  N  s  Jones  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Gardiner  W.  J.,  brakeman  CPKE,  res  Oakland  Point 


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Gardner  J.  H.,  boiler  maker,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
Gardner  John,  bill  boster  with  H.  D.  McGeorge,  res  360 

Fifth 
Gardner  Mittie  E.  Miss,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Clay 
Gardner  — ,  carpenter,  res  856  Clay 
Gardner  —  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Broadway 
Gariot  Alfred,  stock  broker,  res  551  Seventh 
Gariot  Julius,  painter,  res  351  Seventh 
Garlich  James  O.,  hardware,  res  738  Linden 
GARON  L.  G.,  proprietor  White   House   Saloon,    foot  of 

Broadway 
GARRIGAN  JOHN  H.  (FarweU  &  Garrigan)  res  SW  cor 

West  and  Brown 
Garrison  Elijah  M.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  William  bet  Cedar 

and  Bay,  W  O 
Garth waite  Henry  N.,  lumber  surveyor  (S  F)  res  N  s  Char- 
ter bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs 
Garthwaite   Henry  P.,  bookkeeper  The  Oakland   Bank  of 

Savings,    res  N  s  Twenty-second  bet    Telegraph  and 

San  Pablo  avs 
Garthwaite  William  W,   note  clerk  The  Oakland  Bank  of 

Savings,  res  N  s  Twenty-second  bet  Telegraph  and  San 

Pablo  avs 
Gartland  George,  res  Mansion  House,  E  O 
Gartner  Frederick  W.,  sticker  hand,    res  W  s  Filbert  nr 

Twenty-eighth 
Garvey  Patrick,  boilermaker  Q  P  R  B,  res  Chester  nr  Sev- 
enth, W  O 
Garvey  Thomas,  laborer  C  P  Pi  R,   res  NE  cor  Atlantic  and 

Willow,  W  O 
Garvin  John  J.,  res  868  Castro 
Garwien  H.,  cabinetmaker  W  D  Co 
GASKTT.T.  GEORGE  C.  (De  Forrest  &  Gaskill)  res  cor  Clay 

and  Ninth 
Gaskill  George  C,   letter  carrier  with  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co., 

res  1059  Clay 
GASKTT.T.  ROLLIN  O,  agent  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co.,  Nicholl 

Block,  res  1059  Clay 
Gaskill  Varney  W.,  student  University,  res  1059  Clay 
Gaspard  Francois,  827  East  Twelfth 
Gass  George  V.,  res  320  Fourth 

Gass  Mary  F.  Miss,  teacher  grammar  Mills  Seminary 
Gately  Michael,  real  estate  agent,  res  567  Sixth 
GATES  A.,  superintendent  Dexter  Stables,  NE  cor  Twelfth 

and  Harrison 


STEPHEN  SMITH— for  Choice  City  Lots— 917  Broadway. 


Ice  Cream  made  to  order  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 
OAKLAND     [Q]    DIRECTORY.  189 

GATES  ALVAH  JR.,  proprietor  Magnolia  Kestaurant,  1111 

Broadway,  res  Summerset  House 
Gates  — ,  res  Mansion  House 
GAUDIN  J.,  wholesale  and  retail  wines  and  liquors,  840 

Broadway,  res  567  Fifth 
Gaughran  L.,  waiter  Tubbs  Hotel 
Gaukroger  Albert,    machinist   (S  F)   res   W  s  Market  nr 

Twenty-fourth 
Gauley  Edward,  laborer  Oakland  Gaslight  Co.,  res  cor  Fifth 

and  Castro 
Gaulsoto  Anton,  cook  with  K.  Pfister,  res  1054  Broadway 
Gaunce  Leonard,  car  repairer  CPEE,  res  S  s  Lincoln  nr 

Pine,  W  O 
Gaunce  Bobert,  helper  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Gawley  Bose  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  1011  Franklin 
Gay  David,  carpenter,  res  foot  Division,  W  O 
Gay  Bobert,  butcher,  res  W  s  Myrtle  nr  Seventh 
Gay  William  M.,   carpenter,  res  cor  Brown  (Thirty-fourth) 

and  Market 
Gaynor  Daniel,  porter  C  P  B  B 
Gaynor  Hugh,  cigars  and  tobacco,  801  Broadway 
Ge  Lung  (Chinese)  laundry)  454  Seventh 
Gee  Myron,  architect  and  builder,  res  cor  Plymouth  av  and 

Elm 
Gee  William,  hospital  nurse  (S  F)  res  833  Clay 
Gee  William  S.,  car  builder,  res  833  Clay 
GefFroy  Thomas  B.,  sheep  raiser,  res  1031  Seventh  av,  E  O 
Gehret  C,  res  307  Twelfth 

Gehret  Sophie  Mrs.,  importer  French  corsets,  307  Twelfth 
Gellick  James,  teamster  with  J  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Evoy  av 

and  Lusk 
Gelwicks  D.  W.,  res  1009  Madison 


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190  OAKLAND     [Q]    DIRECTORY. 

GEMMELL  ALEXANDER,  stoves  and  tinware,  plumbing 

and  gasfitting,  820  Broadway,  res  320  Third 
Gensoul  Adrian,  cashier  French  Savings  and  Loan  Society 

(S  F)  res  NE  cor  Middle  and  Peralta,  W  O 
Gentry  Calvin  B.,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-second  and 

Telegraph  av 
Geoghegan  John,  fireman  CPEE,  res  Mechanics'  Home, 

WO 
George  D.  W.,  res  Mansion  House 
George  George,  clerk  with  H.  W.  George,  res  Plymouth  av 

nr  Telegraph  av 
GEORGE  H.  W.,  real  estate  and  agent  North  British  and 

Mercantile  Ins.  Co.,   1004  Broadway,   rooms  8-9,  res 

Plymouth  av  nr  Telegraph  av 
George  Samuel,  res  410  Tenth 
Gerard  Charles,  teamster  with  Bemillard  &  Bros 
Gerber  — ,  with  Sarpy,  Barston  &  Co.,  res  1120  Washington 
GERHARDY  P.  J.,  manager  S  F  Market,  829  Broadway,  res 

836  Broadway 
Germain  Clara  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  Grammar  School,  res 

E  s  Wood  nr  Chase,  W  O 
Germain  Parker,  farmer,  res  E  s  Wood  nr  Chase,  W  O 
Germain  Sallie  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  Grommar  School,  res 

E  s  "Wood  nr  Chase,  W  O 
GERMANIA  GARDENS,  John  Bachman  proprietor,   cor 

Union  and  Strawberry  creek,  B 
GERNREICH  WILLIAM,  groceries,  liquors  and  cigars,  SW 

car  Eighth  and  Chester,  W  O 
Gerrish  James  L.,  machinist  CPEE,  res  W  s  Cedar  bet 

Bailroad  av  and  William,  W  O 
Getchell  John  C,  tinsmith  (S  F)  res  S  s  Short  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar,  W  O 
Getchell  Otis,  teamster,  res  W  s  Market  opp  Fourth 
Getchell  Kansom  M.,  driver  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  W  S 

Market  opp  Fourth 
Getchell  Sumner,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Market  opp  Fourth 
Getchell  William  F.,  mariner,  res  S  s  Short  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar,  W  O 
GHIRARDELLI    &    PETAR   (Domingo    Ghirardelli    and 

Charles  Petar)  manufacturers  coffee,  spices  and  chocol- 
ate and  wholesale  dealers  wines  and  liquors,  1072  Broad- 
way 
GHIRARDELLI  DOMINGO  (Ghirardello  &  Petar)  res  773 

Fifth 
GHIRARDELLI  JOSEPH,  bookkeeper  with  Ghirardelli  & 

Petar,  res  773  Fifth 

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OAKLAND    [Q]    DIRECTORY.  191 

Giamboni   Frederick    (N.   Giamboni   &   Co,   S  F)  res  984 

Wood,  W  O 
Giamboni  N.  (N.  Giamboni  &  Co,  S  F)  res  N  s  Seward  bet 

Wood  and  Willow 
GIBB  &  CO.  (Gavin  J.  W.  Gibb)  importers  and  dealers  in 
paints,    oils   and   varnishes,    sign    and   window   shade 
painters  and  manufacturers  window  shades,  814  Broad- 
way 
GIBB  GAVIN  J.  W.  (Gibb  &  Co.)  res  S  s  Tenth  bet  Frank- 
lin and  Webster 
Gibbins  —  Mrs.,  res  Knox  House  x 

Gibbons  Edwin,  State  senator,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Gibbons  Fanny  L.,  res  761  Fifth 
Gibbons  Henry,  physician,  NW  cor  Eighth  and  Broadway, 

res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
GIBBONS  JAMES,  proprietor  Mechanics'  Hotel,  416  Sev- 
enth 
Gibbons  M.  F.,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Soracco  House,  W  O 
Gibbons  Patrick,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Henry  and  Bailroad  av 
Gibbons  Bodond,  merchant,  res  N  s  Eighth  bet  Center  and 

Kirkham,  W  O 
Gibbs  Josiah  S.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Chase  nr  Wood,  W  O 
Gibbs  S.  L.,  pedlar,  res  cor  Thirty-second  and  Peralta 
Gibbs  W.  C,  res  NW  cor  Third  and  Madison 
GIBSON  ADOLPH  B.,  journalist  Tribune  Publishing '  Co, 

res  1418  Clay  (S  F) 
Gibson  Henry,  copying  clerk  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Gibson  William,  res  S  s  William  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W  O 
Gibson  William,  machinist  W  D  Co 
Gieschen  John  Mrs.,  res  809  Franklin 
Gieschen  Louis,  clerk  with  H.  Cordes,  res  809  Franklin 
GifFord  William  M.,  butcher,  res   Dalton  av  nr  slaughter 

house 
GILARDIN  ALEXANDER  (Hogarty  &  Gilardin)  res  S  s 

East  Twelfth  bet  12th  and  13th  avs 
Gilardin  Bros.  (Constantine  and  Victor  Gilardin)  wood,  coal, 

hay  and  grain,  N  s  Twelfth  bet  12th  and  13th  avs 
Gilardin  Constantine  (Gilardin  Bros.)  res  613  East  Twelfth 
Gilardin  Eugene  (Gangwer  &  Gilardin)  res  Danville 
Gilardin  Victor  (Gilardin  Bros.)  res  507  East  Fourteenth 
Gilbert  A.  A.,  clerk  C  P  BB,  res  464  Sixth 
Gilbert  Charles  W.,  furniture  (S  F)  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Wil- 
low, W  O 
Gilbert  Frank,  atty-at-law,  res  508  Eighth 
Gilbert  Martin  T.,  brakeman  C  P  BB,  res  508  Eighth 


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192  OAKLAND     [Q]    DIRECTORY. 

Gilbert  Nathan,  carpenter,  res  8  s  Railroad  av  bet  Chester 

and  Henry- 
Gilbert  — ,  stock  broker  (S  F)  res  Soracco  House,  W  O 
Gilburn  John,   salesman  with    O'Connell  &  Co.,  res  1002 

Broadway 
Gilcrest  Frank  M.,  with  New  Zealand  Insurance  Co  (S  F) 

res  W  s  San  Pablo  nr  Twenty-sixth 
Gilcrest  John,  surveyor,  res  304  Second 
Gilcrest  S.  F.,  atty-at-law,   Union  Bank  Building,  res  304 

Second 
Gilcrest  William  M.,  law  student,  res  304  Second 
Gilford  N,  carpenter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
Gill  Edward,  nursery   and  florist,  S  s  Twenty-eighth  bet 

Market  and  Adeline 
Gill  James,  machine  hand  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  258 

Fifth 
Gill  John,  res  Mansion  House,  E  O 
Gill  John,  laborer,  res  717  Linden 

Gill  John,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  Union  bet  Third  and  Fifth 
Gill  — ,  clerk,  res  N  s  Edward  opposite  Elm 
Gillan  Frank,  clerk  with  W.   Slate,  res  Twenty-second  nr 

Adeline 
GTT.T.AKD  &  PHILIBERT  (Aime  Gillard  and  Emile  Phili- 

bert)  proprietors   Old  Blaise  House,  Twelfth  opposite 

Lake  Merritt 
GTT.T.AKD  AIME  ( Gillard  &  Philibert )   res   Old  Blaise 

House 
Gilleney  Anna,  domestic,  cor  Eighth  and  Jefferson 
Gillespie  Frank,  clerk  with  I.  Marcus,  869  Broadway 
Gillespie  — ,  res  410  Tenth 
GILLETT    CHARLES  E.    (H.  L.  Roff  &  Co.)  res  Alta 

House 
Gillett  Isaac  N.,  res  W  s  Cedar  bet  Railroad  av  and  Wil- 
liam. W  O 
Gillett  James  S.,  physician  and  surgeon,  res  Russell  House 
Gillette  R.  J.,  salesman  (S  F)  res  716  Fourteenth 
Gillick  James,  farmer,  res  S  s  Forty-fifth  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Gilligan  Edward  F.,  tinsmith  with  James  Dalziel,  res  167 

Seventh 
GiUigan  James,  with  A.  Gemmell 
Gilligan  James,    gardener   with  R.   W.  Kirkham,  res  167 

Seventh,  E  O 
Gilligan  James,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  East  Twelfth  nr  13th  av 
Gilligan  James,  laborer,  res  S  s  Railroad  av  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar,  W  O 
Gilligan  James,  plumber,  res  167  Seventh 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


All  sizes  Refrigerators  and  Ice  Chests  for  sale  at  Gordon's. 
OAKLAND    [(J]    DIRECTORY.  193 

Gilinan  John  R.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  West  bet  Ninth  and 
Tenth 

Gilman  M.  M.,  teacher,  res  N  s  Bristol  nr  Seventh,  W  B 

Gilman  Nicholas  A.,  res  W  s  West  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth 

Gilmer  J.  W.,  City  Paving  Co.  (S  F)  res  1121  Filbert 

Gilmore  E.  L.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Hobart  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Gilmore  Ellen  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Curtis 

Gilmore  G.  W.,  res  S  s  Hobart  bet  Telegraph  and  San 
Pablo  avs 

GILMORE  J.  H.,  landscape  gardener  and  florist,  res  117 
East  Fourteenth 

Gilmore  John,  teamster,  res  NE  cor  Laurel  and  San  Pablo  av 

Gilmore  John  S.,  clerk  with  J.  Greenhood  &  Bros.,  res 
Twenty. second  bet  Market  and  West 

Gilmore  Michael,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  614  Fifth 

Gilmore  Peter,  laborer  C  P  R  JR,  res  7  Adelaide  pi  (S  F) 

Gilmour  J.  D.,  blacksmith,  res  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Wood  and 
Pine,  WO 

Gilroy  Maggie,  domestic,  577  Twelfth 

Gilson  L.,  stockbroker,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 

Gilstrap  William  D.,  engineer  C  P  R  R,  res  E  s  Chester  bet 
West  Fifth  and  Seventh 

Gincosta  Antonia,  res  E  s  13th  av  bet  East  Fourteenth  and 
East  Fifteenth 

Ginn  John  I.,  city  editor  Tribune,  res  Newlands  Hotel 

Girard  Ernest,  bootmaker,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Forty- 
third 

Girard  F.  P.,  coffee  and  spice,  res  cor  Shattuck  and  Forty- 
eighth 

Girolami  Albert  (Compamna  &  Co.)  res  S  s  Forty-seventh 
nr  Shattuck 

Girot  Delia,  res  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Center 

Giser  Charles,  butcher,  res  816  Third 

Givens  J.  D.,  molder  Manhattan  Marble  Works,  SE  cor 
Grove  and  Sixteenth 

Givin  Thomas  W.,  student  University 

GLADDING  ALLEN  I.  (Gladding,  Surryhne  k  Co.)  res 
S  s  Hobart  bet  San  Pablo  and  Telegraph  avs 

GLADDING  BROS.  (Theodore  O.  and  William  F.  Glad- 
ding) proprietors  Oakland  Warehouse,  NE  cor  First  and 
•  Jefferson 

GLADDING  CHARLES  (Gladding,  McBean  &  Co.)  res 
Lincoln,  Placer  Co.,  Cal. 

Gladding  Frank,  clerk  with  Burns,  Whitman  &  Gardiner,  res 
S  s  Hobart  bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs 


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194  OAKLAND    [  Q  ]    DIRECTORY. 

GLADDING,  MeBEAN  &  CO.  (Charles  Gladding,  P.  McG. 
McBean  and  George  Chambers)  proprietors  Ironstone 
Sewer  "Works  (vitrified)  NW  cor  Eleventh  and  Franklin 

GLADDING,  SURRYHNE  &  CO.  (A.  I.  Gladding  and  Wil- 
liam Surryhne)  real  estate  agents,  956  Broadway 

GLADDING.  THEODORE  O.  (Gladding  Bros.)  res  Hob  art 
nr  Telegraph  av 

GLADDING  WILLIAM  F.  (Gladding  Bros.)  res  Hobart  nr 
Telegraph  av 

GLASCOCK  JOHN  R.,  district  attorney  Alameda  county, 
County  Court  House,  room  3,  res  815  Webster 

GLASCOCK  W.  H.  &  J.  R.,  attys-at-law,  921  Broadway,  r  17 

GLASCOCK  WILLLAM  H.  (W.  H.  &  J.  R.  Glascock)  atty- 
at-law,  921  Broadway,  res  cor  Fifth  and  Harrison 

Glasgow  M.  V.  B.,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  510 
Eighth 

Glass  Hamilton,  conductor  CPKE,  res  Oakland  Wharf 

Glass  William,  soap  manufacturer,  res  S  s  Twelfth  bet  7th 
and'  8th  avs 

Glaze  Andrew,  laborer,  Mills  Seminary 

Glaze  J.  W.,  butcher,  753  East  Twelfth,  res  Mansion  House 

Gleason  George,  res  366  Tenth 

Gleason  Michael  J.,  calker,  res  NE  cor  Twenty-first  and 
Market 

Gleason  William,  pastor  St.  Anthony's  Church,  res  NW  cor 
16th  av  and  East  Fifteenth 

Gleason  William,  steward  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Gleeson  Mary,  domestic,  SW  cor  Sixteenth  and  Grove 

Glenan  John,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Twelfth  and  Center, W  O 

Glenn  James  T.,  res  702  Tenth 

Glines  Byron  A.,  mechanic,  res  N  s  Eleventh  bet  Brush  and 
Castro 

Glover  George  F.  M.,  stock  broker  (S  F)  res  W  s  Chester 
bet  Eighth  and  Ninth,  W  O 

Glover  Henderson,  res  SW  cor  20th  av  and  East  Four- 
teenth 

Glover  James  T.,  shoemaker,  res  202  East  Fifteenth 

Glover  Josephine,  widow,  res  SW  cor  20th  av  and  East 
Fourteenth 

Glover  Robert,  bricklayer,  res  S  s  Charter  bet  San  Pablo 
and  Telegraph  avs 

Goard  — ,  teacher,  res  577  Eighth 

Gobeil  Louis,  engineer  City  Gaslight  Co.,  res  517  Third, 
rear 

Goddard  C.  L.,  dentist  (S  F)  res  N  s  Merrimac  bet  Tele- 
graph av  and  Broadway 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broad-way 


Napa  Soda  is  recommended  by  physicians  for  healthful  drinking 


OAKLAND    [Q]    DIRECTORY.  195 

Goddard  Elisha,  special  agent  U.  S.  Treasury  (S  F)  res  The 

Centennial 
Godino  Horace,  steward  steamer  Capital,  res  Alameda 
Godfrey  George,  real  estate,  res  816  Alice 
Goff  H.  A.,  clerk  with  E.  H.  Hyde,  res  SW  cor  Twelfth  and 

Clay 
Goff  Harry,  res  cor  Union  and  Twenty-third 
Goff  L.  G.,  engineer  C  P  R  R,  res  N  s  Eighth  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W  O 
GOLDEN  GATE  ACADEMY,  J.  N.  Haskins  and  A.  E. 

Kellogg  principals,  N  s  Hawthorne  bet  Broadway  and 

Telegraph  av 
GOLDEN  GATE  HALL,  Metzler  &  Peru  proprietors,  471- 

473  Third 
GOLDEN   STAR   HOTEL   AND   RESTAURANT,  Chris. 

Bauder  &  Co.  proprietors,  838  Broadway 
Goldiner  Carl,  tailor,  700  Broadway 
Goldon  William  T.,  mining  (S  F)  res  f  mile  E  Temescal, 

Berkeley 
Goldsticker  Michael,  butcher,  S  s  East  Fourteenth  av  bet 

19th  and  20th  avs 
Golly  Mary,  domestic,  NE  cor  Ninth  and  Oak 
Gomperz  Carlos  F.,  instructor  Spanish,  University 
Gong  Wah,  laundry,  NE  cor  13th  av  and  East  Sixteenth 
Gontea  —  Mme.,  res  800  Franklin 
Gonzales  Charles,  coachman,  SW  cor  Campbell  and  Twelfth, 

WO 
Gonzales  Frank,  laborer,  res  N  s  Twenty-seventh  nr  Grove 
Goodall  Angelique  R.  Miss,  student  University 
Goodenough  Charles,  agent  Goodenough  Horseshoeing  Co., 

405  Tenth,  res  953  Castro 
Goodfellow  M.  J.,  mining  engineer,  res  W  s  Webster  bet 

Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 
Goodhind  Richard,  res  729  Myrtle 
Goodman  G.  (Duhrkoop  &  Goodman)  res  423  Tenth 
Goodman  John,  bricklayer,  res  Sunnyside  House 
G-oodrich  Addison,  machinist  W  D  Co 
Goodrich  J.  King,  res  56  Seventh 
Goodrich  J.  V.  B.,  ex-county  clerk,  res  517  Ninth 
Goodrum  Frank  W.,  student  University 
Goodwin  A.  T.,  builder,  res  N  s  cor  University  and  Eighth, 

Goodwin  William  B.,  driver  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av 
R  R,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal  Creek 

GOODWIN  W.  L.,  contractor  and  builder,  res  W  s  cor 
Campbell  and  Twelfth,  W  O 

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196  OAKLAND     [  Q  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Gordon  Charles,  marble  cutter,  res  816  Third 
Gorean  David,  watchman  CPKK,  res  W  s  Myrtle  nr  Sev- 
enth 
Gordon  E.  H.,  brakeman  C  P  E  E 

Gordon  George  W.,  atty-at-law,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Gordon  Harry  F.,  student  University 
Gordon  James,  res  W  s  Myrtle  nr  Seventh 
Gordon  James,  machinist,  res  710  Filbert 
Gordon  James,  upholsterer,  51  San  Pablo  av 
Gordon  James  M.,  upholsterer  with  Chris.  Schreiber,  res  8 

San  Pablo  av 
Gordon  J.  H.  Mrs.,  res  713  Tenth 

Gordon  John,  dairy  and  res  cor  Twenty-eighth  and  Magnolia 
Gordon  Joseph,  tallow  renderer,  with  Ames,  Butchertown 
GORDON  JOSEPH  S.  G.,  agent  Napa  Soda  Springs  and 
Eastern  Cider  Co.,  proprietor  Oakland  Ice  Depot  and 
manufacturer  ice  cream,  469  Ninth,  res  Berkeley 
Gordon  Josiah,  res  E  s  Pine  nr  Eose,  W  B 
Gordon  F.  H.,  insurance  (S  F)  res  Knox  House 
Gordon  William,  carriagemaker  with  Murray  &  Eoberts 
Gore  B.  B.,  broker  (S  F)  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Jefferson 
Gorman  John,  laborer,  res  W  s  Myrtle  bet  Second  and  Third 
Gorrill  Charles  H.,  president  Pacific  Bridge  Co  (S  F)  res 

N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 
Gorrill  W.  H.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Clay  and  Jef- 
ferson 
Gorton  C.  H.,  foreman  Manhattan  Marble  Co,  res  NE  cor 

Third  and  Myrtle 
Goshen  Charles  N.,  painter,  res  W  s  12th  av  bet  East  Fif- 
teenth and  East  Sixteenth 
Gotchet  John,  carpenter,  res  cor  Sixteenth  and  Center,  W  O 
Goulard  Jose  J.,  stevedore,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Twenty-sev- 
enth 
Gould  C,  brakeman  C  P  E  E 
Gould  Fredrica  B.,  dressmaker,  res  656  Jackson 
GOUIJD  HENRY  (Babcock  &  Gould)  res  N  s  Lincoln  bet 

Willow  and  Campbell 
Gould  William  B.,  engineer,  res  656  Jackson 
Gould  William  P.,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Alice 
Goulding  Cynthia  K.  Miss,  teacher  mathematics  and  theol- 
ogy Mills'  Seminary 
Gowan  Ida,  domestic,  E  s  Willow  nr  Chase,  W  O 
Gowan  John  V.,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  561  Sixth 
Gowan  S.  H.,  pipemaker  Contra  Costa  Water  Co 
Gowell  Orrin,  res  S  s  East  Fourteenth  nr  32d  av,  Fruit  Vale 
Gowing  George,  machinist,  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr  Grove 

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J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs,  469  Ninth  st. 
OAKLAND    [Q-]      DIRECTORY.  197 

Gownanlock  James,  blacksmithing  and  repairing,  Broadway 

bet  Second  and  Third,  res  Overland  House 
Grabb  P.  W.,  blacksmith  W  D  Co 
Grabs  August,  butcher,  S  s  Railroad  av  bet  Wood  ann  Pine, 

WO 
GRACEY  E.  W.  (H.  S.  Gracey  &  Co)  res  377  East  Eleventh 
GRACEY  H  S.  (H.  S.  Gracey  &  Co)  res  377  East  Eleventh 
GRACEY  H.  S.  &  CO.  (H.  S.  and  E.  W.  Gracey)  card  and 

job  printers,  377  East  Eleventh 
Grady  Hannah,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Grady  John,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Graffelman  Henry,  plumber,  res  SW  cor  Cedar  and  William, 

WO 
Gr  .ffelman  Margaret,  widow,  res  SW  cor  Cedar  and  William 
Graham  James  W.,  expressman,  res  360  First 
Graham  John  M.,  foreman  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  cor 

Birch  and  Maple,  Temescal 
Graham  J.  W.,  millhand  with  Grove-st  Planing  Mill 
Graham  Mary  Miss,  res  S  s  Dwight  way  nr  Ellsworth,  B 
Graham  Peter,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Graham  R.  D.,  carver  W  D  Co 
Graham  Theresa  J.  Miss,  student  University 
Graham  W.  F.,  stairbuilder  Grove-st  Planing  Mill 
Graham  William,  capitalist,  res  284  Eleventh 
GRAHAM  WILLIAM  M.,  atty-at-law  and  Justice  Peace, 

470  Seventh,  res  284  Eleventh 
Graham  — ,  woodcarver,  res  Cedar  nr  Goss,  W  O 
GRAND  CENTRAL   CARRIAGE  WORKS,  Murray  &  Ro- 
berts proprs,  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Harrison  and  Alice 
GRAND  CENTRAL  HOTEL,  Vaughn  &  Fuhr  proprietors, 

S  s  Twelfth  bet  Webster  and  Harrison 
Grand  Western  Hotel,  Mrs.  Julia  A.  Flagg  proprietor,  N  s 

Railroad  av  bet  Wood  and  Pine,  W  O 
GRAND  WESTERN  RESTAURANT,  J.  Henninger  pro- 
prietor, 1756  Railroad  av,  W  O 
Graney  A.  C,  cooper,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  Kirkham,  W  O 
Graney  C.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  Kirkham,  W  O 
Graney  John,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  Lydia  and  Curtis 
Graney  Kate,  domestic,  1012  Adeline 
Granger  F.  B.  jr.,  copyist  with  County  Recorder,  res  cor 

Ninth  and  Castro 
Granger  William,  farmer,  res  cor  Union  and  Twenty-eighth 
Grant  B.  F.,  proprietor  dining  rooms,  Russell  House 
Grant  C.  Mitchell,  capitalist,  res  515  Tenth 
Grant  George,  res  E  s  Harrison  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seven- 
teenth 

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198  OAKLAND    [  Q-  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Grant  George  E.,  merchant,  res  W  s  4th  av  bet  East  Six- 
teenth and  East  Seventeenth 

Grant  Horace  A.,  carpenter,  res  Evoy  nr  Telegraph  av 

Grant  Joseph  D.,  student  University 

Grant  E.  P.  Mrs.,  res  1165  Jackson 

Grant  W.  B.,  pantryman  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Grasser  Henry  F.,  blacksmith  with  Northey  &  McGrath,  res 
Eastern  Hotel 

GRAVKL  L.  (Narcotte,  Degrace  &  Co)  8Q7  Broadway 

Graves  Charles,  carpenter,  res  Humboldt  Hotel 

Graves  Frederick,  car  repairer  C  P  E  E,  res  S  s  Short  bet 
Pine  and  Cedar,  W  0 

Graves  Henry  P.,  sash  and  blindmaker,  res  cor  Twenty-sixth 
and  Myrtle 

Graves  M.,"  laborer  W  D  Co 

Graves  Nellie,  domestic,  10  Pine,  W  O 

Graves  Walter,  clerk  with  Auld  k  Barfred,  res  cor  Twenty- 
sixth  and  Myrtle 

Graves  TV.  H.  H.,  bookkeeper  Union  National  Gold  Bank, 
res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Telegraph  av 

Gray  Asoph,  res  1169  West 

Gray  Dallas  P.,  bookkeeper,  res  369  Fifth 

Gray  George,  res  E  s  10th  av  bet  East  Sixteenth  and  East 
Seventeenth 

Gray  George  D,,  bookkeeper,  res  760  Tenth 

Gray  Giles  H.,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  754  Tenth 

Gray  H.  N.,  carpenter,  res  760  Tenth 

Gray  Hugh  M.,  res  832  Franklin    . 

Gray  Nathaniel  (N.  Gray  &  Co.,  S  F)  res  756  Tenth 

Gray  Simon,  merchant  tailor,  shop  and  res  915  Seventh 

Gray  Theodore,  student  University,  res  Berkeley  Farm 
House,  Berkeley 

Gray  William  A.,  bookkeeper  with  D.  Stuart,  res  Eighth 
bet  Jefferson  and  Grove 

Gray  William  H.,  laborer,  res  1165  Franklin 

Gray  William  H.,  whitener,  res  708  Franklin 

Gray  W.  O.,  clerk  CPEE,  res  W  s  Chestnut  nr  Sixteenth 

Gray  W.  W.,  res  W  s  Franklin  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 

Grayson  G.  W.,  broker,  res  W  s  Jackson  bet  Sixteenth  and 
Seventeenth 

Greaney  J.,  teamster  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe 

Grear  A.  F.  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Second  and  Jackson 

Grear  B.  G.  Miss,  dressmaker,  1210  Broadway,  res  cor 
Second  and  Jackson 

Great  Eastern  Con.  G.  &  S.  M.  «fc  M.  Co,  Henry  J.  W.  Dam 
secretary,  W  s  Broadway  bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Eastern  Cider  Company,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND    [Q]    DIRECTORY.  199 

Green  Amelia,  dressmaker,  res  913  Grove 

Green  C,  res  Kelsey  House 

GREEN  D.  J.,  horsetrainer,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

Green  Edmund,  mining,  res  W  s  Jackson  bet  Sixteenth  and 

Seventeenth  ' 
Green  E.  T.,  machinist  C  P  R  R,  res  Goss  bet  Seventh  and 

Eighth,  W  O 
Green  Jefferson,  piledriver  C  P  R  R,  res  Railroad  Exchange, 

WO 
Green  John,  clerk  with  Hook  &  Co,  res  913  Grove 
Green  John  C,  baker,  res  913  Grove 
Green  Joseph,  boots  and  shoes,  904  Broadway,  res  SW  cor 

Franklin  and  Eleventh 
Green  Joseph,    clerk  J.    S.  Crosley,  res  cor  Market  and 

Twenty-second 
Green  Joseph,  ribbon  manufacturer,  KE  cor  Twenty-second 

and  Market 
Green  Robert  E.,  miner,  res  West  End  Hotel 
Green  Thomas,  physician,  res  573  Seventh 
Green  W.  E.,  atty-at-law,  res  Mansion  House 
Green  William,  laborer,  res  605  Franklin 
Greenbaum  Louis,  clothing,  res  559  Sixth 
GREENHOOD   J.    &   BROS.    (Jacob,    Solomon    and  Max 

Greenhood)  fancy  and  dry  goods,  1053  Broadway 
GREENHOOD  JACOB  (J.  Greenhood  &  Bros.)  res  Nine- 
teenth bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs 
GREENHOOD  MAX  (J.  Greenhood  &  Bros.)  res  Central 

Pacific  Hotel 
GREENHOOD  SOLOMON   (J.    Greenhood   &  Bros.)   res 

Central  Pacific  Hotel 
Greenleaf  Adeline  Mrs.,  res  411  Twelfth 
Greenleaf  Walter,  res  Knox  House 
Greenleaf  W.  S.,  res  411  Twelfth 
Greenman  N.  W.,  carpenter,  res  319  Fourth 
Greenough  Charles  C,  carpenter,  res  757  Webster 
Greenzweig  George  (Nast  &  Greenzweig,  S  F)  res  Kelsey 

House 
Greffoz  Julien,  operator  W  U  Tel  Co,  res  1004  Powell  (S  F) 
Gregory  Harriet  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Hobart  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Gregory  H.  P.  (H.  P.  Gregory  &  Co.,  S  F)  res  N  s  Caledo- 
nia av  nr  Grove 
Gregory  James  W.,  stairbuilder  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res 

800  Brush 
Greer  William,  carpenter,  res  Shattuck  nr  Rose,  Berkeley 

Ville 
Gressler  Charles  A.,  barber,  shop  and  res  707  East  Twelfth 


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200  OAKLAND    [  (J  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Gressler  Henry,  carver  W  D  Co,  res  558  Third 

Grieser  John,  boot  and  shoemaker,  420  Eleventh 

Grieves  Matthew,  laborer  CPEK,  res  cor  Short  and  Cedar, 

W  O 
Grieves  William,  barkeeper  with  William  Searing,  res  NW 

cor  Ninth  and  Washington 
Griffin  John,  bricklayer,  res  cor  Twenty-ninth  and  West 
Griffin  William,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Griffins  Julia,  domestic,  cor  Eighth  and  Market 
Griffith  A.  H.,  atty-at-law,  res  N  s  East  Tenth  bet  8th  and 

9th  avs,  E  O 
Griffith   Samuel,   butcher  with  J.  W.  Glaze,   res  Mansion 

House 
Griffith  George,  gardener  with  H.  D.  Bacon 
Grifford  William,   salesman  with  H.  M.    Ames,  res  Ames 

Butcher  Town 
Grim  Alonzo  M.,  student  University 
Grimes  George,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Eailroad  Exchange 

Hotel,  W  O 
Grimm  August,  tanner  with  J.  S.  Derby,  res  Eastern  Hotel 
Grimmie  Charles,  clerk,  res  858  Franklin 
Grimwood  A.  D.,  atty-at-law,  res  N  s  East  Fourteenth  nr 

32d  av,  Fruit  Vale 
Grindel  George,  carpenter,  res  420  First 
Grindle  Maria  Miss,  res  S  s  Short  nr  Cedar,  W  O 
Grinnell  William  E.,  clerk  with  E.  McCrum  &  Co.,  res  cor 

Twenty-sixth  and  West 
Griswold  Augustus  H.,  res  1166  Market 
Griswold  George,  carpenter,  res  371  Seventh 
Grogan  Bernard,  laborer  W  D  Co 
Grogen  Betsey,  domestic,  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  McClure's 

Academy 
Grondona  Dominico,   farmer,   cor  Thirteenth  and   Wood, 

WO 
Grondona  Joseph,  grinder  with  E.  Guittard  &  Co.  (S  F)  res 

cor  Thirteentn  and  Wood,  W  O 
Grop  M.  L.,  house  mover,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Gross  John  F.,  butcher,  S  s  Eailroad  av  bet  Wood  and  Pine, 

res  SE  cor  Chase  and  Wood,  W  O 
Gross  William,  marble  cutter,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  Cypress, 

WO 
GROSSO  &  MAY  (W.  C.  Grosso  and  E.  A.  May)  importers 

hardware,  agricultural  implements,  etc.,  1008  Broadway 

and  S  s  Eailroad  av  bet  Cedar  and  Wood,  W  O 
Grosso  George,  stableman  Dexter  Stable 
GROSSO  W.  C.  (Grosso  &  May)  res  Bartlett  House 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.;  917  Broad-way 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon  delivers  Ice,  Soda  and  Cider.     Depot  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND    [  Q  ]    DIRECTORY.  201 

Grotli  John,  flour  packer  with  Jacob  Sainm 

Grotheer  Frederick,  lumberman  (S  F)  res  S  s  cor  Seventeenth 

and  Cypress,  W  O 
GROVE   STREET  PLANING    MILL,  G.   M.   Blair  pro- 
prietor, NW  cor  Grove  and  First 
Grove  Street  School,  Mrs.  N.  D.  Standeford  principal,  SE 

cor  Fifth  and  Grove 
GROVER  &  BAKER  SEWING  MACHINES,  P.  E.  Davis 

agent,  1012  Broadway 
Grover  Eliphalet,  carpenter,  res  N  s  East  Eighteenth  bet 

10th  and  11th  avs 
Grover  Ira  E.,  res  cor  Market  and  Twenty-fourth 
Grover  Sarah  B.,  midwife,  res  603  Franklin 
GROVES  &  BELLCHAMBERS  (Keuben  Groves  and  James 

Bellchambers)  proprietors  Shell  Mound  Park  Nursery, 

1  mile  West  Temescal  nr  Race  Track 
GROVES  REUBEN   (Groves   &   Bellchambers)   res   Shell 

Mound  Park 
Grow  J.  B.,  blacksmith  C  P  R  R 
Grubb  P.  W.,  blacksmith  C  P  R  R,  res   Grand   Western 

Hotel,  W  O 
Gruen  John,  teamster  with  E.  Hook,  res  913  Grove 
Grunbaum  Lewis  (Hirshberg  &  Grunbaum)  res  559  Sixth 
Grush  Henry,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Guenette  Peter,   blacksmith,   res   cor  University  and  San 

Pablo  avs 
Guerin  Oscar,  gasfitter  with  J.  H.  Howard,  res  Mansion 

House 
GUERNSEY  A.  A.,  real  estate,  insurance  and  stock  broker, 

906  Broadway 
Guile  D.  B.,  student,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  nr  Brash 
Guilfoya  W, ,  laborer,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal  Crk 
Gunn  Charles  T.,  fancy  goods,  N  s  Twenty-second  bet  West 

and  Curtis 
Gunn  J.  C.  master  mariner,  res  N  s  Isabella  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Gunnison  Carrie,  domestic,  N  s  Sycamore  nr  Telegraph  av 
Gunsbery  George,  painter,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Chester 
Guppy  A.  R.,  civil  engineer,  res  668  Seventh 
GUPTDL  E  A.,  butcher,  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Twenty-fourth, 

res  N  s  Twenty-fourth  nr  Telegraph  av 
GUPTDL'S  MARKET,  E.  A.   Guptil  proprietor,  E  s  Tele- 
graph av  bet  Twenty-fourth  and  Twenty-fifth 
Gurnett  A.  G.,  stock  broker  (S  F)  SE  cor  4th  av  and  East 

Sixteenth 
Gurnett  William   J.,   stock  dealer,  res  W  s  Twentieth  nr 

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202  OAKLAND    [  H  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Gustavus  Augustus,  gardener,  res  Humboldt  Hotel 

Gutbub  Philip,  tanner  with  G.  F.  Crist 

Guthrie  Samuel,  machinist,  res  NW  cor  William  and  Cedar, 

WO 
Guthuth  Frank,  hackman  with  Newland  and  Pumyea,  res  462 

Seventh 
Guzarr  J  ames,  res  562  Franklin 


H 

Haar  Henry,  clerk  with  Mrs.  C.  Witt,  res  NE  cor  Chester 

and  Railroad  av,  W  0 
Hackett  Edward,  master  steamer  Thoroughfare,  res  NW  cor 

Alice  and  Durant 
Hackett  John,  master  steamer  Capital,  res  cor  Alice  and 

Twelfth 
Hackett  Patrick,  laborer,  res  W  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty-sixth 
Hafele  Mary,  domestic,  E  s  Peralta  nr  Middle,  W  O 
Hafey  Johannah,  domestic,  1102  Myrtle 
Hagelan  Thomas,  res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Pine,  W  O 
Hagen  J.    J.,  spring  beds,    410  Ninth,    res   Sixteenth    nr 

Market 
Hagen  John  J.,  tailor  (S  F)  res  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Market 

and  West 
Hagen  Michael,  farmer,  res  cor  Shattuck  and  Mariposa  av 
Hagerman  Victor,  laborer,  res  S  s  Lincoln  nr  Willow,  W  O 
Haggerty  James,  lather,  res  E  s  Broadway  bet  Sixteenth  and 

Seventeenth 
Haggerty  John,  laborer,  res  558  Franklin 
Haggerty  Michael,  poultry,  res  519  Third 
Hahn  Henry,  capitalist, res  Railroad  av  nr  Campbell,  W  O 
Hahn  Joseph,  engraver  and  jeweler,  958  Broadway,  res  Elm 

nr  Telegraph  av 
Haines  E.  A.,  res  277  Tenth 

Hains  William,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Hale — ,  painter,  res  729  Myrtle 

Hale  Lucy  Mrs.,  music  teacher  Golden  Gate  Academy 
Hale  R.  H.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  East  Seventeenth  bet  11th  and 

12th  avs 
Hale  W.  E.,  broker  (S  F)  res  Knox  House 
Hales  Henry,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  Railroad  Exchange, W  O 
Haley  Daniel,  res  Eagle  House 

Haley  Ellen,  domestic,  W  s  Linden  bet  Eigth  and  Tenth 
Haley  James  F.,  dealer  i.i  stocks,  res  215  Ninth 
Haley  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 


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OAKLAND     [H]    DIRECTORY.  203 

Haley  Patrick,  laborer,  res  N  s  Twenty-first  nr  West 

Haley  Patrick,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  nr  Curtis 

Haley  Patrick,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-third  and  Tele- 
graph av 

Haley  Robert,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill 

Haley  Stephen,  coachman,  930  Adeline 

Haley  Thomas,  res  Mansion  House,  E  O 

Hall  Edward  L.,  collector  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co  (S  F) 
res  602  East  Fourteenth 

Hall  Edward  M.  (Hall  &  Charles,  S  F)  res  1155  Jackson 

Hall  E.  K.,  painter  with  C.  B.  Rutherford 

Hall  F.,  res  N  s  Thirty-fourth  nr  Market 

Hall  Frank  M.,  clerk  with  Grosso  &  May,  res  161  Seventh 

Hall  Fremont  S.,  compositor  Signs  of  the  Times,  res  161 
Seventh 

Hall  F.  W.,  res  N  s  Brown  bet  Market  and  West 

Hall  George'  teacher  Golden  Gate  Academy 

Hall  George,  laborer  W  D  Co 

Hall  George  W.,  clerk  London  and  San  Francisco  Bank  (S  F) 
res  Berkeley  Farm  House 

Hall  Hannah,  res  N  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  Grove 

Hall  Henry,  painter,  res  57  Ninth 

Hall  Henry  C.,  painter  with  Farwell  &  Garrigan,  res  371 
Eighth 

Hall  Jacob  A.,  res  W  s  Chester  nr  Fifth 

Hall  James,  commission  merchant  (S  F)  res  W  s  Chestnut 
cor  Eighteenth 

Hall  James  A.,  student  University 

Hall  J.  H.,  foreman  lumber  yard  W  D  Co 

Hall  John,  compositor  Call  (S  F)  res  Forty-seventh  nr 
Shattuck 

Hall  Mary  Mrs.,  teacher  Golden  Gate  Academy 

Hall  Olin  F.,  stock  broker,  res  419  East  Twelfth 

Hall  R.  A.  Mrs.,  res  The  Centennial 

Hall  R.  B.,  atty-at-law  and  private  detective,  res  161  Seventh 

Hall  Sether  J.  (Peck  &  Hall)  res  cor  Bancroft  way  and 
Chapel,  Berkeley 

Hall  Thomas  H.,  hatter,  res  Eastern  Hotel 

Hall  William,  carpenter,  res  cor  Twenty-ninth  and  San 
Pablo  av 

Hall  W.  H.,  compositor  Transcript,  res  368  Fifth 

HAUL  WILLIAM  M.,  proprietor  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  Rail- 
road av  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W  O 

Hallahan  Andrew,  barber  with  Thomas  Hallahan,  res  Fourth 
nr  Broadwav 


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Hallalian  Florence,  merchant  tailor,   store  and  res  620  East 

Twelfth 
Hallalian  John,  wines  and  liquors,  821  Broadway,  res  528 

Third 
Hallalian  M.  J.,  painter,  res  528  Third 
Hallalian  Thomas,  barber*  834  Broadway,  res  W  s  Franklin 

bet  Sixth  and  Seventh 
Hallalian  Thomas,  carrier  with  H.  C.  Hollub,  res  cor  Fourth 

and  Clay 
Hallalian  T.  F.,  bartender  with  John  Hallalian,  res  528  Third 
Hallett,  Bartlett  &  Dalton  (G.  H.  Hallett,  P.  Bartlett  and 

P.  E.  Dalton)  Contra  Costa  Laundry  Association,   SW 

cor  Kirkham  and  Fourteenth 
Hallett  G.  H.   (Contra  Costa  Laundry  Association)  res  326 

Geary  (S  F) 
Hallett  John  K.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Haller  John,    blacksmith  with   Sohst  Bros.,    res   SE   cor 

Franklin  and  Fourth 
HALLE Y  WILLIAM,  journalist  and  publisher  Centennial 

Year    Book    of    Alameda    County,    etc.,    office    1004 

Broadway,  res  S  s  Alice  nr  Third 
Halloran  Margaret  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Curtis  nr  Twenty-first 
Halloran  Minnie  Miss,  res  1077  Eighth 
Hainan  Richard,   coachman  and  lamplighter  Gaslight  Co., 

950  Adeline 
Halpin  John,  res  810  Alice 
Halsted  James  M.,  agent  Singer  Sewing  Machine  Co.  and 

Demorest  patterns,  1015  Broadway,  res  713  Tenth 
Halvorsen  John,  shipwright,  res  foot  Division,  W  O 
Halverson  John,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Thirtieth  and  Union 
Halverson  John,  carpenter  W  D  Co 
Ham  Harris,  widow,  res  S  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  11th  and 

12th  ays 
Hamann  August,  butcher  with  Rice  &  White 
Hamb  Kate,  res  S  s  Golden  Gate  av  nr  Elm 
Hamb  William,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  E  s  Henry  bet  West 

Fifth  and  Seventh 
Hamb  William,  laborer,  res  W  s  Magnolia  nr  Third 
Hamby  Andrew  M.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Linden  nr  Third 
Hamby  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Linden  nr  Third 
Hamby  Richard,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Linden  nr  Third 
Hamby  William,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Linden  nr  Third 
Hamel  Peter,  carpenter,  res  1058  Eleventh 
HamerS.  H.,  driver  Whitney  &  Co's  Express,  res  Alameda 
Hamilton   Ada  Miss,  principal  Harrison   School,    res   760 

Eleventh 

STEPHEN  SMITH— for  Choice  City  Lots— 917  Broadway. 


Eureka  Refrigerator  the  best,  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 
OAKLAND    []J]    DIRECTORY.  205 

Hamilton  Di  V.,  res  761  Fifth 

Hamilton  Frank,  niachinehand  W  D  Co 

Hamilton  L.  Rev.,  pastor  Independent  Presbyterian  Church,, 

res  1165  Jackson 
Hamilton  Mary  L.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Eighth  bet  Center  and 

Kirkham,  W  O 
Hamilton  M.  L.  Mrs,  res  761  Fifth 
Hamilton  N.,  atty-at-law,  res  W  s  Jackson  bet  Fifteenth  and 

Sixteenth 
HAMILTON  W.  H.  H.,  carriage  manufacturer,  1064  Thir- 
teenth av,  res  cor  Seventeenth  and  East  Sixteenth 
Hamilton  — ,  carpenter  C  P  R  R,  res  Railroad  av  nr  Cedar, 

WO 
Hamlin  W.  Lee,  mill  owner,  res  cor  Mariposa  and  Tele- 
graph av 
Hammers  D.,  harnessmaker,  shop  and  res  623  East  Twelfth 
Hammond  A.,  shipwright  ¥DCo 
Hammond  William  D.,  machinist  C  P  R  R,  res  S  s  Eighth 

and  Wood,  W  O 
Hammond  William  H.,  student  University 
Hamon  Aiken,  mining,  res  S  s  Goss  nr  Pine,  W  O 
Hampel  C.  F.,  bakery,  store  and  res  761  East  Fourteenth 
Hampel  Henry,  res  1120  Sixteenth  av,  E  O 
Hampel  Henry  F.,  carriage  manufacturer,  N  s  Twelfth  bet 

Franklin  and  Webster,  res  410  Thirteenth 
Hampton  John,  nurseryman  and  Florist,  NE  cor  Telegraph 

av  and  Twenty-second 
Hampton  William,  plumber  with  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  NE 

cor  Twentieth  and  Broadway 
Hanavan  Hugh,  varnisher,  res  W  s  West  nr  Twenty-second 
Hanavan  John,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel   - 
Hand  Emma  Miss,  teacher,  res  NW  cor  Fourteenth    and 

Castro 
Hand  Joseph,  blacksmith  with  T.  D.  Weymouth,  res  NW 

cor  Eleventh  and  Webster 
Hand  Patrick,  groom,  res  W  s  West  nr  Fourteenth 
Hand  William,   butcher,   shop  and  res,  NE  cor  Broadway 

and  Twentieth 
Handy  J.  B.,  whitener,  420  Third,  res  653  Madison 
Haney  Archibald,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
Hanford  J.  E.  Mrs.,  res  1228  Broadway 
HANTFIN   JEREMIAH  J.,  wines  and  liquors,,   NW    cor 

Seventh  and  Broadway,  res  458  Seventh 
Hankhead  Hugh,  furniture,  res  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  West 
Hanley  William,  harness,   saddlery  and  carriage  trimming, 

store  and  res  1082  East  Fourteenth 

OAKLAND  TRIBUNE—People's  Paper—best  Advertiser. 


Woodward  &  Taggart,  Oakland  Real  Estate  Agents.  . 
206  OAKLAND    f  H  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Hanlon  Peter,  laborer  with  T.  W.  Corder,  res  Peabody's 
Landing 

Hanlj  Patrick,  shoemaker,  res  761  Castro 

Hann  Thomas,  butcher,  E  s  Humboldt  av  nr  University  av, 
Berkeley 

Hannaford  Edward  T.,  miller  (S  F)  res  S  s  Eighth  nr  Wil- 
low, W  O 

Hannah  Sherman,  teamster  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Evoy 
av  and  Lusk 

Hannan  J.  J.,  house  and  sign  painter,  691 J  East  Twelfth, 
res  East  Fifteenth 

Hannavan  Philip,  machine  hand  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res 
667  Washington 

Hanneford  E.  T.,  miller,  res  W  s  West  Fifth  bet  Center  and 
Chester 

Hanesse  Victor  A.,  gardener,  res  214  Third 

Hanniford  — ,  sawyer,  res  Thirtieth  and  Myrtle 

Hannigan  — ,  laborer,  res  Mansion  House,  E  O 

Hannings  Martin  A.,  clerk,  res  SW  cor  Center  and  Seventh 

Hannon  James,  blacksmith,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-third  and 
Telegraph  av 

Hannon  John,  res  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow  and  Wood,  W  O 

Hansen  Albert,  watchmaker  and  jeweler,  store  and  res,  620 
East  Twelfth 

HANSEN  ASMUS  H:,  groceries,  wines,  liquors  and  crockery, 
1751  .Railroad  av,  W  O 

Hansen  Christian,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Central  Pacific 
Railroad  House,  W  O 

Hansen  Christian,  hostler  with  Cummings  &  Rowe,  res  NE 
cor  Railroad  av  and  Wood 

Hansen  Christian,  milk  dairy,  res  816  Third 

Hansen  D.,  brakeman  CP  RE,  res  Yosemite  Hotel,  Ala- 
meda 

Hansen  Henry,  stevedore  P  M  S  S  Co  (S  F)  res  S  s  Twenty- 
second  nr  Curtis 

Hansen  Howell,  brakeman  C  P  R  R,  res  Oakland  Wharf 

Hansen  Jefferson,  gardener  Knox  House 

Hansen  Peter,  butcher,  res  758  Franklin 

Hansen  Theodore,  driver  with  J.  H.  Holden,  res  911 
Webster 

Hanson  Clarence  S.,  carpenter  and  builder,  1008  Franklin, 
res  San  Pablo  av  nr  Twenty-third 

Hanson  John  A.,  gardener,  515  Tenth 

Hanson  Thomas  N.,  saloon,  cor  Vallejo  and  Davis  (S  F)  res 
821  Washington 

Hanzo  August,  cook,  res  cor  Cedar  and  Goss,  W  O 

Insure  your  houses  -with  Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway. 


For  biliousness  drink  Eastern  Cider.     Gordon,  agt,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND    [H']    DIRECTORY.  207 

Harcourt  T.  A.,  editor,  res  969  Castro 

Harden  Frank  B.,  clerk  with  E.  J.  Van  Voorhies  &  Co.,  res 
718  Filbert 

Harden  John  B.,  carpenter,  res  718  Filbert 

Hardenberg  — ,  carpenter,  res  403  Ninth 

Hardgraves  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  Humboldt  Hotel 

Harding  August,  student  University 

Harding  Augustus,  res  416  Tenth 

Harding  Frank,  fruits  and  stationery,  store  and  res  S  s  Rail- 
road av  nr  Pine 

Harding  W.  A.,  painter,  res  Eland  House 

Hardwick  Thomas,  farmer,  res  "W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Tem- 
escal 

Hardy  D.,  res  E  s  11th  av  bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East  Six- 
t     teenth 

Hardy  Jacob,  real  estate  (S  F)  res  665  Eleventh 

Hardy  L.  J.,  real  estate,  res  715  Market 

Hardy  Thomas,  mining,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  West 

HARDY  WILLIAM  B.,  books  and  stationery  and  agent 
Bishop's  Oakland  City  Directory,  959  Broadway,  res  SW 
cor  Franklin  and  Durant 

Hardy  William  F.,  student  University 

Harigan  William,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 


W.  B.  HARDY, 

Dealer  in 


NEWSPAPERS  AND  PERIODICALS, 

Sold  Pens,  Pocket  Cutlery,  Legal  Blanks,  etc. 

SCHOOL  BOOKS, 
959  Brooadway,     ::::::::::     Oakland,  Cal. 


Oakland  tribune—best  Advertising  Medium  in  the  City. 


Wood-ward  &  Taggart — Suburban  Residences  for  Sale. 


208  OAKLAND     [H]    DIRECTORY. 

Harjes  H.,  widow,  res  E  s  Chester  bet  Seventh,  and  Eighth, 
WO 

Harker  M.  Eev.,  clergyman,  res  S  s  East  Fourteenth  nr  33d 
av,  Fruit  Vale 

Harkley  Jane,  cook,  624  Twelfth 

Harlett  William,  night  watchman  County  Court  House,  res 
Mechanics'  Hotel 

Harley  M.  F.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Third  bet  Castro  and 
Brush 

Harley  Milton  B.,  printer,  res  N  s  Third  bet  Castro  and 
Brush 

Harlow  Robert,  farmer,  res  cor  Pryal  and  University  avs, 
Berkeley 

Harlow  William  S.,  deputy  county  sheriff,  res  963  Jefferson 

Harmon  A.  K.  P.,  mining  (S  F)  res  E  s  Webster  nr  Twenty- 
second 

Harmon  J.  B.,  atty-at-law,  res  W  s  Jackson  bet  Fifteenth 
and  Sixteenth 

Harmon  Richard  E.,  bookkeeper,  res  307  Second 

Harmon  Roberdeau,  student  University 

Harney  James,  fruit  (S  F)res  N  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Telegraph  av 

Harney  Robert,  res  Eagle  House 

Harney  William  J.,  fruit  (S  F)  res  S  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Harper  — ,  res  junction  Market  and  San  Pablo  av 

Harper  Charles  A.,  teamster  G.  W.  Spencer,  res  N  s  Eighth 
bet  Center  and  Kirkham,  W  O 

Harrel  Alfred,  groceries,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  McClure's 
Academy 

Harrington  A.  M.,  carpenter,  res  661  Ninth 

Harrington  Charles  F.,  painter,  res  360  Seventh 

Harrington  Delia,  res  JvE  cor  East  Eleventh  and  13th  av 

Harrington  F.  W.,  laundryman,  res  319  Fourth 

Harrington  Phineas,  res  S  s  Twenty-eighth  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Harrington  Timothy,  laborer,  res  W  s  Market  bet  Fourth 
and  Fifth 

Harrington  W.  C,  physician,  res  SE  cor  10th  av  and  East 
Seventeenth 

Harrington  — ,  painter,  res  S  s  5th  av  bet  Henry  and  Lewis 

Harris  Bros.  (Jacob  and  Joseph)  merchant  tailors  and  fur- 
nishing goods,  903  Broadway 

Harris  Claybourn,  carpenter,  res  521  Fourth 

Harris  Edwin  (Pool  &  Harris,  S  F)  res  SW  cor  Sixth  and 
Oak 

Harris  George,  clerk  with  R.  J.  Van  Voorhies  &,  Co.,  res 
1051  Broadway 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


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\  It  US  IVES 8  \  I  COLLEGE  \ 


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|  24  POST  STREET,  SAN  FRANCISCO. 


The  LeadiDg  Institution  of  Business  Training  on  the  Pacific  Coast. 

m    ■    • 

This  is  the  only  school  in  San  Francisco  that  makes  a  Business  Education  its  distinct  and  separate 
specialty.  Its  teachers  are  competent  and  experienced.  Its  pupils  are  from  the  best  class  of  young 
men  in  the  State.  It  is  under  the  very  best  discipline.  Its  Scholarships  are  good  in  the  thirty-six 
Bryant  k  Stratton  Colleges.  It  employs  four  of  the  best  penmen  in  the  State.  It  has  the  largest 
rooms,  the  largest  attendance,  and  the  most  complete  system  of  business  training,  of  any  commercial 
school  on  the  Pacific. 

YOUNG  MEN  AND  LADIES 

Wishing  to  prepare  themselves  for  the  practical  duties  of  life,  will  find  this  the  best  school.  Pupils 
le  -rn  .lust  what  they  need  to  accomplish  success,  and  do  not  meddle  with  superfluous  studies.  Each 
student  receives  separate  instruction,  and  can  thus  advance  as  rapidly  as  desired,  not  being  kept 
back- by  those  more  deficient.  All  persons  passing  the  final  examination  in  a  satisfactory  manner, 
will  receive  our  finely-engraved  Graduating  Diploma  Graduates  of  this  College  are  in  demand 
among  Business  Men,  and  can  readily  find  good  positions.  Such  as  are  in  good  standing  are  assisted 
in  obtaining  situations,  if  desired. 

OUR  BUSINESS  COURSE 

Is  especially  adapted  to  the  wants  of  young  and  middle-aged  men,  who  wish  to  prepare  for  the  active 
duties  of  life,  whether  as  book-keepers,  salesmen,  merchants,  bankers,  professional  men,  or  even 
farmers  or  mechanics. 

THEORY  AND  PRACTICE 

Are  combined  in  such  a  manner  as  to  make  each  a  powerful  help  to  the  other. 

The  Student  Hut/s,  Sella,  Ships,  Barters,  Consigns,  Discounts,  Tnsures,  Draws  Cheeks, 
Notes,  and  Drafts^  Gives  leases,  Deeds,  etc.  .  and  goes  through  the  entire  routine  of  actual 
business.  He  becomes  acquainted  with  changing  books  from  Single  to  Double  Entry,  and  vieeversa, 
and  also  with  Joint-Stock  and  Partnership  Books,  and  every  form  and  style  of  Book-Keeping  prac- 
tised in  well  regulated  Business  houses.  Jobbing,  Importing ,  Commission,  and  Banking 
are  carried  on  with  the  students  of  the  other  Colleges  in  the  Association— thus  fully  illustrating  the 
methods  of  carrying  on  business  and  keeping  books  when  there  are  different  currencies.  The  pupil 
becomes  familiar  with  all  the  calculations  and  entries  connected  with  Legal  Tender  and  Gold 
transactions. 

SESSIONS    CONTINUE    DAY    AND    EVENING. 

Clerks,  mechanics,  and  others  engaged  during  business  hours,  can  secure  a  sound  Mercantile 
Education  by  attending  evenings  only.  There  are  no  class  systems  to  keep  the  pupil  back;  each 
can  advance  as  rapidly  as  desired.  No  particular  age  or  degree  of  advancement  is  required  to  enter 
the  College.    We  have  in  operation  an 

ACADEMIC    DEPARTMENT, 

Where  all  the  branches  of  an  ordinary  English  Education  are  taught,  for  those  who  are  too  young  or 
not  sufficiently  advanced  for  the  Business  Course.    Visitors  are  always  welcome  at  the  College. 

FURTHER    INFORMATION 

Young  men  and  young  ladie6  should  obtain  full  particulars  regarding  this  useful  Institute  of 
Practical  Education.  Now  is  the  time  to  get  an  education.  Use  the  present,  and  you  can  trust  in 
the  future.  Competent  persons  are  wanted  in  all  departments  of  industry.  In  order  to  learn  all 
about  this  school,  6end  for 


HEALD'S  COLLEGE  JOURNAL, 

College,  and  contains  full  particulars  regarding  the  Court 
rge  amount  of  interesting  reading.  It  can  be  obtained,  fre 
i,  24  Post  Street,  or  by  addressing 

E.  P.  HEALD,  President  Business  College, 


Which  is  issued  monthly,  by  the  College,  and  contains  full  particulars  regarding  the  Course  of 
Studies,  Expenses,  etc. ;  also,  a  large  amount  of  interesting  reading.  It  can  be  obtained,  free  of 
charge,  either  at  the  College  Office,  24  Post  Street,  or  by  addressing 


SAN    FRANCISCO,    CAL. 


M 


/)'  24  POST  STRBET,  SAN  FHANCISCO.  \ 


E.   P.   HEALD, 

President. 


F.   C.  WOODBURY, 

Secretary. 


The  design  of  this  Institution  is  to  impart  to  persons  of  both  6exeg  a  practical  and  useful  Busin^  88 
Education.  Young  men  are  thoroughly  fitted  for  Bankers,  Merchants,  Book-Keepers,  Ca6hiers, 
Clerks  and  Salesmen,  by  our  great  system  of  ACTUAL  BUSINESS  IISAIMNU.  By  this 
system,  the  pupil  receives  while  in  the  school  the  same  practice  in  conducting  business  affairs  that 
he  would  in  a  bona  fide  Bank,  Office,  or  Counting-House. 


BXtAKC^ES     TAUGHT. 


Single  and  Double  Entry  Book-Keeping, 
Plain  and  Ornamental  Penmanship, 
Commercial  Arithmetic, 
Business  Correspondence, 
Mercantile  Law, 
Political  Economy, 
Actual  Business, 
Merchandising, 
Insurance, 
Banking, 


Mechanical  Drawing, 
Modern  Languages, 
Higher  Mathematics, 
Phonography, 
Railroading, 
Surveying, 
Brokerage, 
Exchange, 
Jobbing, 
Mining 


Custom  House  Business, 
Real  Estate, 
Telegraphy, 
Commission, 
Importing. 
Forwarding, 
Grammar, 
Rhetoric. 
,  Reading, 

Spelling. 


The  SOTOOL-EO02I  ami  COITIT ING-EOOM 

Are  united  upon  a  plan  that  secures  to  the  student  all  the  practical  advantages  of  each.    There  is 

in  operation  a  Banking  House,  with  Checks,  Drafts,  Notes,  Bills  of  Exchange, 

Certificates  of  Deposit,  etc.,  fully  illustrating  the  banking  business. 

The  school-room  is  elegantly  fitted  up  with 

MERCHANDISING,  JOBBING  and  IMPORTING  EMPORIUMS, 
GENERAL  and  NATIONAL  BANKING  OFFICES, 

COMMISSION,  FORWARDING  and  REAL  ESTATE, 

INSURANCE,  EXPRESS  and  POST  OFFICES. 


For  full  particulars  regarding  the  College.  Course  of  Studies,  Expenses,  etc., 

Call  at  the 

College  Office,  No.  24  Post  Street,. 

Or  address  for  Circulars, 

E .   P.   HEALD,  President  Business  College, 

SAN    FRANCISCO,    CAL, 


Drink  Napa  Soda,  a  pure  natural  Mineral  Water.   Gordon,  Agt 


OAKLAND     [  H  ]    DIRECTORY.  209 

Harris  I.,  porter  CPRK 

Harris  Jacob  (Harris  Bros.)  res  368  Seventh 

Harris  Jacob,  pedlar,  res  691  East  Twelfth 

Harris  James,  calker,  res  W  s  Filbert  bet  First  and  Third 

Harris  J.  Ham,  assistant  secretary  University 

Harris  John,  steward,  res  970  Third 

Harris  John,  carpenter  CPEE,  res  Railroad  av  nr  Cedar, 
WO 

Harris  John  A.  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  E  s  Wood  nr  Twelfth, 
WO 

Harris  John  H.,  res  S  s  Charter  bet  San  Pablo  and  Tele- 
graph avs 

Harris  Joseph  (Harris  Bros.)  res  569  Seventh 

Harris  L.,  res  615  Sixth 

Harris  Mumford,  whitener,  res  210  Fifth 

Harris  Sabin,  res  SE  cor  Twelfth  and  Harrison 

Harris  William,  res  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Chester 

Harris  William  Mrs.,  res  503  Eleventh 

Harris  — ,  res  E  s  8th  av  bet  East  Sixteenth  and  East  Seven- 
teenth 

Harris  — ,  res  E  s  Webster  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 

HARRISON  C.  H.,  Mare  Island  pilot,  res  SE  cor  Center 
and  Railroad  av 

Harrison  Charles,  dishwasher  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Harrison  D.,  laborer,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House, 
WO 

Harrison  Henry  E.,  res  SE  cor  16th  av  and  East  Sixteenth 

Harrison  Joseph,  porter  C  P  R  R 

Harrison  R.  J.,  (Richards  &  Harrison,  S  F)  res  N  s  Third  bet 
Grove  and  Jefferson 

Harrison  Sarah,  domestic,  779  Eighth 

Harrison-st  School,  Ada  Hamilton  principal,  NE  cor  Har- 
rison and  Sixth 

Harrison  S.  N.,  carpenter  with  J.  Lnsk  &  Co.,  resTemescal 

Harrison  S.  N.,  res  W  s  Shattuck  nr  Telegraph  av 

Harrison  Thomas  G.,  clerk  with  Bowen  Bros.,  res  962  Clay 

Harrison  W.  A.,  teamster  with  JLusk  &  Co.,  res  Temescal 

Harrison  William,  farmer,  res  W  s  Shattuck  nr  Telegraph  av 

Harrison  William  P.,  printer, (S  F)  res  SE  cor  7th  av  and  East 
Eleventh 

Harrub  W.  B.,  res  N  s  East  Fourteenth  nr  Fruit  Yale  av 

Hart  George,  broker,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Hart  James,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Co,  res  Wintkrop  House 

Hart  John,  janitor  South  Hall ,  University 

HART  PETER,  marble  works,  NE  cor  Second  and  Broad- 
way 


OAKLAND  TRIBUNE— largest  circulation  in  Oakland. 
14 


Woodward  &  Taggart — Homes  on  the  Installment  plan. 


210  OAKLAND     [  H  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Hart  Richard,  res  SW  cor  12th  av  and  East  Seventeenth,  E  O 

Hart  — ,  res  cor  West  and  Twenty-ninth 

Hart  — ,  res  Kelsey  House 

Hartley  John  A.,  coachman  with  M.  W.  Allen,  res  409  Ninth 

Hartford  Fire  Insurance  Co,  T.  L.  Walker  agent,  1007 
Broadway 

Hartrnan  Henry,  foreman  shipwright  W  D  Co,  Central  Pa- 
cific Railroad  House,  W  O 

Hartrnan  John,  calker  C  P  R  R,  res  Railroad  Exchange, 
WO 

Hartmann  Ernst,  music  teacher  Mills'  Seminary 

Hartnut  Mary,  domestic,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Evoy  av 

Hartshorn  Herbert  C,  clerk  with  A.  A.  Deitrick,  res  830 
Clay 

Harty  Morris,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  nr  Curtis 

Harvey  Henry,  saloon,  res  369  Fourth 

Harvey  Nathan  B.,  laborer,  res  W  s  Union  nr  Twenty-eighth 

Harvey  William,  farmer,  res  E  s  Campbell  nr  Lincoln,  W  O 

Harwood  Amos,  bootmaker  with  Connor  &  Broad,  res  563 
Twelfth,  E  O 

Harwood  William,  wharfinger  Oakland  city  wharf,  res  272 
Fourth 

Harwood  William  D.,  journalist,  res  272  Fourth 

Haskel  R.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Third 

Haskell  Samuel,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  NE  cor  East 
Twelfth  and  12th  av 

Haskell  W.  W.,  special  agent  Alameda  County  Branch  Home 
Mutual  Insurance  Co,  res  Melrose 

HASKIN  ENOCH  W.,  ticket  agent  C  P  R  R,  and  manager 
Atlantic  and  Pacific  Telegraph  Co,  Broadway  station, 
res  1018  Adeline 

Haskins  Charles,  painter,  res  1005  Franklin 

HASKINS  J.  N.,  principal  Golden  Gate  Academy,  N  s  Haw- 
thorne bet  Telegraph  av  and  Broadway 

Haskins  Mary  A.,  matron  Golden  Gate  Academy 

Hassell  James,  res  56  Seventh 

Hassinger  Samuel  K.,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  S  s  Seven- 
teenth bet  Jefferson  and  Grove 

Haste  J.  H.,  coal  and  iron  (S  F)  res  N  s  Dwight  way  nr 
Shattuck  av,  Berkeley 

Haswell  F.  B.,  secretary  The  Central  Land  Company,  954 
Broadway,  res  N  s  Brown  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Grove 

Hatch  A.  D.,  commission  (S  F)  res  857  Myrtle 

Hatch  A.  L.,  driver  Peoples'  Express,  857  Broadway 

Hatch  E.  C.  Miss,  assistant  principal  Mills  Seminary 

Hatch  Jabez,  bookkeeper  with  E.  Hook,  res  1165  Jackson 

Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


Drink  Napa  Soda'and  enjoy  life  and  health.    Agency,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND     [H]    DIRECTORY.  211 

Hauschilt  Henry,  clerk,  res  520  Ninth 

Hauschildt  Henry,  boots  and  shoes,  1057  Broadway,  res  503 

Ninth 
Havarlin  James,  blacksmith,  shop  and  res  cor  Thirty-ninth 

and  Telegraph  av 
Haven  James  M.   (Gray  &  Haven,  S  F)  atty-at-law,  res  N  s 

East  Thirty-third  nr  15th  av,  Lynn 
Haven  Frank,  res  The  Kelsey  House 
Havens  A.  W.,  secretary  Con  Virginia  Mining  Co  (S  F)  res 

Grand  Central  Hotel 
Havens  C.  D.,  bookkeeper,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Havens  Charles  D.,    insurance   (S  F)   res  N  s  Eighth  bet 

Adeline  and  Linden 
Havens  Fred.,   student,    res'  N  s  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and 

Linden 
Havens  Henry  H.  (J.  F.  &  H.  H.  Havens)  atty-at-law,  1069 

Broadway,  res  1057  Washington 
Havens  H.  H.,   porter,   res  N  s  East  Eleventh  bet  12th  and 

13th  avs 
Havens  H.  R.,  student  University,  res  Blake  House 
Havens  J.   F.    (J.  F.   &  H.  H.  Havens)   atty-at-law,    1069 

Broadway,  res  Eighteenth  bet  Castro  and  Brush 
Havens  J.  F.  &  H.  H.,  attys-at-law,  1069  Broadway 
Havermaker  Ferdinand,  cutler,  res  306  Tenth 
Haverty  Kate,  domestic,  957  Castro 

Havey  James,  laborer,  res  N  s  Twenty-ninth  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Hawes  B.  C,  insurance,   317  California  (S  F)  res  1119  Jef- 
ferson 
Hawes  George  H.,  mantle  setter  Manhattan  Marble  Co.,  res 

NE  cor  Eighth  and  Brush 
Hawes  George  H.,  marble  polisher,  res  NE  cor  Sixth  and 

Market 
Hawes  George  H.,  clerk,  res  832  Market 
Hawes  Jacob,  fruit,  store  and  res  685  East  Twelfth 
Hawes  Madison,  res  769  East  Fourteenth 
Hawes  Oliver,  insurance,  317  California  (S  F)  res  1119  Jef- 
ferson 
Hawkes  John,  coachman,  624  Twelfth 

Hawkett  Arthur  B.,  mining,  res  E  s  "Wood  nr  Eighth,  W  O 
Hawkins  Elizabeth  L.,    widow,    res   W  s  6th  av  bet  East 

Sixteenth  and  East  Seventeenth 
Hawkins  Leander  L.,  instructor  mathematics  and  surveying 

University 
Hawkins  L.  S.,  butcher,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal 

Creek 
Hawkins  Margaret,  res  518  Second 


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Hawkins  Thomas,  blacksmith  (S  F)  res  W  s  Willow  nr 
Thirteenth,  W  O 

Hawks  Clarence,  agent  (S  F)  res  X  s  Eleventh  nr  Center 

Hawks  James,  res  E  s  Market  nr  Twenty-first 

Hawlev  C.  H.  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  S  s  Seward  bet  Wil- 
low and  Campbell,  W  O 

Hawley  C.  J.,  grocer  (8  F)  res  1118  Seventh  av,  E  O 

Hawlev  Clara  Miss,  teacher  Grove-st  School,  res  Fourteenth 
bet  Brush  and  West 

Hawthorn  Joseph,  moulder,  res  807  Jefferson 

Hay  Lee,  laundry,  815  East  Twelfth 

Haycock  Frank,  res  56  Seventh 

Hayden  Mary,  domestic,  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Madison  and  Jack- 
son 

Hayden  — ,  res  732  Filbert 

Havdock  E.  M..  accountant,  res  W  s  Campbell  nr  Lincoln, 
"WO 

Hayes  — ,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Hobart 

Hayes,  Carrick  k  Co.  (Henry  Hayes,  D.  S.  Carriek  and  F. 
Hostetter )  wholesale  butchers,  655  East  Twelfth 

Hayes  Charles  D.,  jeweler  (S  F)  res  716  Ninth 

Hayes  Daniel,  laborer,  res  Central  House 

Hayes  Daniel,  laundrynian  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Hayes  D.  J  ,  laborer  W  D  Co 

Hayes  E.  E.,  jeweler,  res  563  Fifth 

Hayes  Henry  (Hayes,  Carrick  k  Co.)  res  Union  Hotel,  E  0 

Haves  John,  engineer  C  P  B  R,  res  E  s  Willow  nr  Pacific, 
"  WO 

Hayes  John,  laborer  W  D  Co 

Hayes  John  B.,  gardener,  res  E  s  Broadway  nr  Twentieth 

Hayes  John  W.,  salesman  with  Charles  L.  Taylor,  res  Ala- 
meda 

Hayes  M.,  groceries,  store  and  res  SW  cor  Market  and  Fifth 

Hayes  Matthew,  salesman  with  J.  J.  O'Brien  k  Co.,  res  cor 
Clay  and  Ninth 

Hayes  Patrick,  laborer,  res  SW  cor  Twenty-eighth  and  Ad- 
eline 

HAYES  PATRICK,  wines  and  liquors,  SE  cor  Broadway 
and  Fourth 

Hayes  W.  O.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Myrtle  nr  Tenth 

Haylock  Peter,  laborer,  res  E  s  Broadway  bet  Sixteenth  and 
Seventeenth 

Hayne  Benjamin  S.,  clerk,  res  XW  cor  7th  av  and  East  Nine- 
teenth 

Havnes  Benjamin,  real  estate,  res  SW  cor  6th  av  and  East 
20th  av 

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Hays  Edward  B.,  carpenter,  res  562  Fourth 

Hays  Wade,  res  569  Fifth 

Hazelton  Edward  A.,  tinner  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor 
Evoy  av  and  Lusk 

Head  Anna,  student  University 

Headrick  E.  C,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Heald  Allen,  res  1120  Ninth  av,  E  O 

Healing  James,  painter,  res  N  s  Third  bet  Henry  and  Lewis 

Healy  Jesse,  manufacturer  paint,  res  511  Sixth 

Healy  John  H.,  manufacturer  paint,  res  511  Sixth 

HEALY  MORRIS  J.,  merchant  tailor,  1056  Broadway,  res 
262  Twelfth 

Healy  Patrick,  car  repairer  CPEE,  res  William  bet  Pine 
and  Cedar,  W  O 

Heaney  Timothy,  bricklayer,  res  S  s  Seventh  nr  Brush 

Heany  Michael,  laborer,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  N  Temescal 

Heart  D.,  carpenter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 

Heartt  Charles  L.,  conductor  C  P  R  R,  res  N  s  William  bet 
Pine  and  Cedar,  W  O 

HEATH  CHESTER,  dentist,  1068  Broadway,  res  626  Thir- 
teenth 

Heath  Daniel,  artist,  res  E  s  Cedar  bet  Atlantic  and  Wil- 
liam, W  O 

Heath  Frank,  res  626  Thirteenth 

Heath  Frank  F.,  blacksmith  and  res  S  s  University  av  and 
Ninth,  W  B 

Heath  Hattie  Belle  Miss,  retoucher  with  Dunham  &  Bluett, 
res  cor  Grove  and  Thirteenth 

Heath  James,  traveling  agent  with  E.  Martin  &  Co  (S  F)  res 
SW  cor  Thirteenth  and  Willow,  W  O 

Heath  James  A.,  ship  chandler  (S  F)  res  N  s  Fifteenth  nr 
West 

Heaton  W.  G.,  res  W  s  Webster  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fif- 
teenth 

Hebard  H.  A.,  deputy  collector  Internal  Revenue  (S  F) 
res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Twentieth 

Hebbercl  Addie  Miss,  res  SW  cor  Twenty-first  and  Curtis 

Hebberd  Asa  W.,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Twenty-first  and 
Curtis 

Hebberd  J.  P.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  SW  cor  Twenty-first 
and  Curtis 

Heckman  Francis,  shoemaker  with  I.  Alexander,  res  855 
Harrison 

Heegel  George,  bartender  with  David  Wemmer,  res  416 
Eighth 

Heenan  James,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 


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Heffron  Patrick,  laborer,  res  N  s  Twenty-first  nr  Curtis 

Hefty  Matliias,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  806 
Franklin 

Heidet  Emil,  clerk  with  J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.,  res  N  s  Bail- 
road  av  bet  Adeline  and  Union 

Heidtmann  Henry,  blacksmith  with  H.  Ollis,  res  1010 
Franklin 

Heiman  Isaac,  pedlar,  res  356  Third 

Heimbold  Frank,  laborer,  res  W  s  Franklin  nr  Durant 

Heimbold  Julius,  contractor,  res  W  s  Franklin  nr  Durant 

Heine  Adolph,  confectioner  (S  F)  res  cor  Chester  and  Rail- 
road av,  W  O 

Heinze  August,  upholsterer,  res  707  Broadway 

HELD  &  NELLER  (Justus  Held  and  Leopold  Neller) 
wines,  liquors,  cigars  and  billiards,  1226  Broadway 

HELD  ERNEST,  barber  and  baths,  Eleventh  nr  Broadway 
and  Grand  Central  Hotel,  res  cor  Twenty-second  and 
Broadway 

Held  George,  barber,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Broadway 

Held  John,  bartender  with  Held  &  Neller,  res  cor  Twenty- 
second  and  Broadway 

HELD  JUSTUS  (Held  &  Neller)  res  Telegraph  av  bet 
Twenty-third  and  Twenty-fourth 

Helke  Leopold,  gardener,  res  SE  cor  Second  and  Brush 

Helm  William  A.,  groceries,  res  SE  cor  Webster  and  Fourth 

Helmer  William,  undertaker,  914  Broadway,  res  919  Alice 

HELMKE  &  BRUNJE  (Conrad  Helmke  and"  John  A. 
Brunje)  groceries  and  liquors,  NW  cor  Twenty-first  and 
Broadway 

HELMKE  CONRAD  (Helmke  &  Brunje)  NW  cor  Twenty- 
second  and  Broadway 

Hemenway  Anson  B.  carpenter,  res  *E  s  Vine  nr  Pine, 
West  Berkeley 

Hempel  Henry,  wines  and  liquors,  775  East  Twelfth 

Hemphill  Charles  F.,  lather,  res  759  Sixth 

Hemphill  Henry,  bricklayer,  res  759  Sixth 

Hemphill  Ion,  carpenter,  res  759  Sixth 

Hemphill  Lewis,  baker,  res  759  Sixth 

Hemphill  Uriah,  baker,  res  759  Sixth 

Henderson  David,  clerk  (S  F)  res  N  s  Walton  nr  West 

Henderson  D.  D.,  carriage  painter,  E  s  Wood  bet  Railroad 
av  and  Goss,  W  O,  res  W  s  Center  nr  Sixth 

Henderson  Hiram  P.,  shipwright,  res  S  s  Railroad  av  bet 
Pine  and  Cedar,  W  O 

Henderson  H.  L.,  teacher  and  res  Golden  Gate  Academy 

Henderson  John  H.,  student  University 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  Ice,  469  Ninth  at. 
OAKLAND    [H]    DIRECTORY.  215 

Henderson  L.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  13th  av  bet  East  Fifteenth 

and  East  Sixteenth 
Henderson  M.  F.,  carpenter  W  D  Co 
Henderson  P.  H.,  carpenter  W  D  Co 
Henderson  Thomas  H.,  secretary  Renton  Coal  Co.,  res  767 

Alice 
Henderson  T.  N.,  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  S  s  Twenty-fifth 

bet  Telegraph  av  and  Broadway 
Hendricks  William,  laborer,  res  E  s  Second  nr  University 

av,  W  B 
Hendry  Robert  Mrs.,  res  cor  Washington  and  Tenth 
Hendy  Alfred,  blind  maker  Pioneer  Planing.  Mills,  res  365 

Second 
Henken  J.  F.,  wines  and  liquors,  saloon  and  res  SE  cor  East 

Fourteenth  and  18th  av 
Henley  George,  hod  carrier,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Henley  William,  physician,  res  365  Second 
Henneberry  James,  laborer,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Tern- 

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Hennell  Abbie  M.,  widow,  res  955  Fifth  av,  E  O 
Hennessey  Samuel,  engineer  C  P  R  R,  res  Grand  Western 

Hotel 
Hennessey  William,  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  Railroad  av  nr 

Point,  W  O 
Hennessy  Morris,  currier  (S  F)  res  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar,  W  O 
Hennig  Frederick,  gardener   with   J.    Huchison,     res    cor 

Twenty-sixth  and  Telegraph  av 
Henning  John,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Willow  nr  Lincoln,  W  O 
HENNINGER  JONH,  proprietor  Grand  Western  Restau- 
rant, 1756  Railroad  av 
Henon  William,  bricklayer,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Curtis 
Henry  Antone,  clerk  with  Muller  &  Steffanoni,  res  923  Broad- 
way 
HENRY  ASHMUN  C,  pres  Union  National  Gold  Bank, 

res  Wr  s  Harrison  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 
Henry  Charles  E.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  William  bet  Cedar  and 

Say,  W  O 
Henry  George,  brakeman  C  P  R  R,   res  W  s  Harrison  bet 

Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 
Henry  George  S.  (G.  S.  Henry  &  Co.)  res  W  s  Harrison  nr 

Fifteenth 
Henry  G.  S.  &  Co.  (George  S.  Henry  and  J.  L.  Weitman) 

money  brokers,  907  Broadway 
Henry  John  H.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Campbell  bet  Railroad 

av  and  William 

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Henry  Michael,  laborer  CPKR,  res  Oakland  Wharf 
Henseler  Josie,  nurse,  SW  cor  Eighth  and  Wood,  W  O 
Hensey  S.,  engineer  C  P  R  R,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
Henshaw  E.  T.,  bookkeeper  with  Taylor  &  Co.,  res  941 

Myrtle 
Henshaw  Frederick  W.,  student  University 
Hensler  Annie,  widow,  res  cor  Logan  and  Market 
Hensler  Lizzie,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Hensler  Louisa,  domestic,  NW  cor  Eailroad  av  and  Kirkham 
Hensley  John,  carpenter,  res  520  Eighth 
Henton  Griffith,  laborer,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Weston 
Henwood  Emily  M.  Miss,  res  1065  Fifth  av,  E  O 
Herbe  A.,  res  620  Second 

Herber  William,  tobacconist  (S  F)  res  Kelsey  House 
Herbert  William,  boilermaker  W  D  Co,  res  Charter  Oak 

Hotel,  W  O 
Herbert  —  Miss,  seamstress,  res  Tremont  House 
Herbst  August,  carpenter,  res  667  Fifth 
Herchoff  Lawrence,  shipwright,  W  D  Co 
Herd  John,  commission  merchant  (S  F)  res  cor  Merrimac 

and  Telegraph  av 
Herget  Emil  W. ,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  nr  West 
Herget  Harry,  stableman  Fashion  Livery  Stable 
Herlihy  Daniel,  horseshoer  with  T.  D.  Weymouth 
Herman  F.  C,  music  teacher,  res  517  Ninth 
Herman  John,  harnessmaker,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Herman  Julia,  domestic,  cor  Clay  and  Thirteenth 
Hermann  Charles,  waiter  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
Hern  William,  res  410  Tenth 
Heron  E.  A.,  clerk  with  E.  C.  Sessions,  res  E  s  Franklin 

opp  Fifteenth 
Herr  Edward,  driver  Fashion  Livery  Stables 
Herrick  S.  W.,  res  757  Castro 
Herrick  William  F.,  accountant  Commercial  Insurance  Co 

(S  F)  res  1021  Twelfth 
Herring  Lenhardt,  blacksmith,  res  653  Broadway 
Herrmann  Otto  W.,  shipjoiner,  res  NW  cor  Henry  and  West 

Fifth 
Hersey  Anna  Mrs.,  res  473  Fourth 
Hersey  Edgar  A.  (Ives  Scoville  &  Co)  res  473  Fourth 
Hertz  Joseph,  teamster,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
Hertz  Joseph,  res  Eagle  House 
Hertz  Leon,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Hess  George  B.,  miller,  res  656  Jackson 
Hesse  Frederick  G.,  professor  industrial  mechanics  Univer- 
sity, res  801  Jackson 


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Hessler  Lewis,  hostler,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
HETHERINGTON  AURA  Mrs.,  millinery  and  fancy  goods, 

SAY  cor  Eighth  and  Willow,  W  O 
HETHERINGTON  J.  W.,  carpenter,  SW  cor  Eighth  and 

Willow,  W  O 
HEWETT  &  VANDERBILT  (Moses  D.  Hewett  and  John 

H.  Vanderbilt)  proprietors   El  Dorado    Wine   Kooms, 

SW  cor  Broadway  and  Fourth 
Hewett  E.  W.,  calker  W  D  Co 
Hewett  M.  D.,  carpenter,  res  1012  Webster 
HEWETT  MOSES  D.    (Hewett   &   Vanderbilt)    res    1012 

Webster 
Hewett  Mira  S.  Miss,  res  367  Fourth 
Hewie  A.  C,  res  921  Broadway 
Heyer  &  Paul  (H.  Heyer  and  J.  A.  Paul)  wines  and  liquors, 

842  Broadway 
Heyer  B.  W.,  real  estate,  res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Peralta 
Heyer  Carl,  gardener,  cor  Eighth  and  Jefferson 
Heyer  H.  (Heyer  &  Paul)  842  Broadway 
Heynian  P.,  sign  painter,  res  460  Fifth 
Heywood  Charles  Wr.,  salesman  with  Samuel  Heywood,  res 

cor  Second  and  Bristol,  W  B 
HEYWOOD  SAMUEL,  lumber,   brick,   lime  and   general 

building  material,  Second  bet  Delaware  and  Bristol,  WB 
Hezlep  A.  A.,  widow,  res  403  East  Fourteenth 
Hezlep  J.  E.,  painter  with  C.  B.  Butherford 
Hi  Ung,  laundry,  SW  cor  Castro  and  Fifth 
Hibbard  — ,  foreman  stair  department  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
HD3ERNIA  HALL,  SE  cor  Fourth  and  Broadway 
Hickey  A. ,  laborer,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  bet  Brush  and  West 
Hickey  John,  deckhand  steamer  Capital 
Hickey  John,    teamster   Oakland  Lumber  Yard,    res  N  s 

Spring  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Hickey  L.  F.,  upholsterer  with  E.  Hood,  res  Seventeenth  nr 

West 
Hickey  Mary  A.,  domestic,  860  Brush 
Hickey  Patrick,  watchman  C  P  B  B,  res  E  s  5th  av  bet  East 

Fifteenth  and  East  Sixteenth 
Hickman  Frank,  bootmaker,  res  855  Harrison 
Hickman  Isaac,  blacksmith  C  P  R  K,  res  NE  cor  Taylor  and 

Pine,  W  O 
Hicks  Gallantine  F.,  student  University 
Hicks  Reuben  R.,  plaster,  res  junction  Magnolia  and  Peralta 
Hicks  Urban  E.,  printer  (S  F)  res  S  s  Third  nr  Adeline 
Higby  William,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  SW  cor  Sixteenth  and 

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Higgins  Bernard,  milkman,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Market 
Higgins  Dennis,  laborer,  res  E  s  Henry  nr  Fifth,  rear 
Higgins  James,  laborer,  res  N  s  University  av  nr  Second,  W  B 
Higgins  James  S.,  grocer  and  postmaster,  office  and  res  SW 

cor  Delaware  and  San  Pablo  av 
Higgins  John,  stableman  Dexter  Stable 
Higgins  John,  carpenter,  res  cor  B  and  Etta 
Higgins  Lucy,  domestic,  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Forty-eighth 
Higgins  Michael,  farmer,  cor  Higgins  road  and  San  Pablo  av 
Higgins  Richard,  coachman,  463  Thirteenth 
Higgins  Bodger,   laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  12th  av  bet  East 

Fourteenth  and  East  Fifteenth 
Higgins  Roger,  laborer,  res  W  s  Willow  bet  William  and 

Atlantic,  W  O 
High  William  H.,  mining  superintendent,  res  S  s  Thirteenth 

nr  Castro 
High  William  H.  jr.,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  S  s  Thirteenth 

nr  Castro 
Highland  James,  expressman,  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway,  res 

N  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  West 
Hihn  Louis  W.,  student  University 
Hildman  Melia,  domestic,  cor  Moss  and  Telegraph  avs 
Hildreth  George  W.,  conductor  C  P  R  R,  res  NW  cor  East 

Fourteenth  and  13th  av, 
Hilgard  Eugene  W.,  professor  agriculture  University,   res 

Berkeley 
Hilkert  John  P.,  foreman  lumber  yard  W  D  Co,  res  909 

Washington 
Hill  Arthur  B.,  clerk  Golden  Gate  Flour  Mills,   res  W  s 

9th  av  nr  East  Twenty-fourth 
Hill  Henry  B,,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Eleventh  and  Center, 

WO 
Hill  James  T.,  engineer,  res  467  Fourth 
Hill  John,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  Twenty-eighth  and  Market 
Hill  John,  marble  cutter,  res  467  Fourth 
Hill  John  W.,  porter  C  P  R  R,  res  909  Fifth 
Hill  Mark  T.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  716  Broadway,  res  467 

Fourth 
Hill  P.,  cook  Philadelphia  Restaurant,  res  W  s  Chester  nr 

Fifth 
Hill  Rosser,  porter  C  P  R  R 
Hill  Samuel,  blacksmith,  res  467  Fourth 
Hill  Stephen,   boot  and  shoemaker  with  M.  T.  Hill,  res  S  s 

Fourth  bet  Broadway  and  Washington 
Hill  Thomas,   blacksmith  C  P  R  R,   res  Fourth  bet  Wash- 
ington and  Broadway 


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OAKLAND    [II]    DIRECTORY.  219 

Hill  Thomas,  groceries  and  liquors,   store  and  res  NW  cor 

East  Fourteenth  and  19th  av 
Hill  William  H.,   carpenter,   res  S  s  Railroad  av  bet  Pine 

and  Cedar,  W  O 
Hillebrand  Henry,  Treasurer  and  Clerk  Oakland  City,  office 

City  Hall,  room  4,  res  W  s  Broadway  bet  Twentieth  and 

Twenty-firsi; 
Hillegass  Marie  Mrs.,   res  N  s  Bancroft  way  nr  Humboldt, 

Berkeley 
Hillegass  William  (Shattuck  &  Hillegass)  res  Berkeley 
Hillier  Theodore,    blacksmith   C   P   R   R,    res   Cedar  nr 

Seventh,  W  O 
Hilling  Henry,  paperhanger  and  decorator  with  Charles  L. 

Taylor,  res  Durant  bet  Webster  and  Franklin 
Hills  J.  F.,  expressman,  res  NW  cor  Twelfth  and  Poplar 
Hilmore  Thomas,  plasterer,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  nr  Kirkham 
Hilton  Charles  W.,  bookkeeper  with  Cadogan,  Smith  &Co., 

res  35  Valley 
Hilton  Joshua,   general  agent,   462  Eighth,  res  NW  cor  San 

Pablo  av  and  Sixteenth 
Hilton  Stephen,   school  teacher,   res  W  s  11th  av  bet  East 

Eighteenth  and  East  Nineteenth 
Hincheon  John,   sawyer  Enterprise  Mills,   res  Broadway  nr 

First 
Hinckley  D.  B.,  foundry,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 
Hinckley  — ,  res  SE  cor  7th  av  and  East  Eleventh 
Hindman  E.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Hinds  F.  D.,  bookkeeper  with  C.  B.  Rutherford 
Hinds  Firman  D.,  bookkeeper  with  Burnham,  Standeford  & 

Co.,  res  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Wood,  W  O 
Hine  Willis  H.,  carpenter,  res  516  Ninth 
Hines  Michael,  laborer,  res  515  East  Fourteenth 
Hines  Thomas,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Hinrichs  Charles,  clerk  with  William  Gernreich,  res  SW  cor 

Eighth  and  Chester,  W  O 
Hinton  Isaac  T.,  res  grad  University 

Hinz  Carl,  toolmaker  (S  F)  res  Ns  Eighth  nr  Kirkham,  W  O 
Hirshberg  &  Greenbaum    (Samuel  Hirshberg   and   Lewis 

Greenbaum)  clothing  and  furnishings  goods,  871  Broad- 
way 
Hirshberg  &  Morrison  (Leopold  Hirshberg  and  Parker  M. 

Morrison)  boots  and  shoes,  1101|  Broadway 
HIRSHBERG  DAVID  S.    (Farwell  &  Hirshberg)   res  414 

Fourteenth  «     • 

Hirshberg  Leopold    (Hirshberg   &  Morrison)    res    1101J 

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Hirshberg  Samuel  (Hirsliberg  &  Greenbaum)  res  414  Four- 
teenth 

Hitchcock  C.  N.,  carpenter,  res  Delaware  nr  Seventh,   W  B 

Hitchcock  W.  F.,  insurance  agent,  958  Broadway,,  res 
Alameda 

Hitchcock  William  B.,  woodturner,  S  s  Third  bet  Broadway 
and  Franklin,  res  Overland  House 

Hitchings  J.  H.,  porter  CPEB 

Hoadley  Rose  M.,  student  University 

Hoag  Albert  B.,  wind  mills  (S  F)  res  S  s  Division  bet  Wood 
and  Pine,  W  O 

Hoag  Charles  P.,  Eclipse  Wind  Mill  (S  F)  res  958  Grove 

Hoag  Frank  C,  machinist,  res  510  Fourth 

Hoag  Jonathan,  res  W  s  Campbell  nr  Seward,  W  O 

Hoag  Joseph  W.  Mrs.,  res  510  Fourth 

Hoare  Lizzie  Miss,  res  776  Tenth 

Hobart  A.  J.,  conductor  CPEE,  res  Oakland  Wharf 

Hobart  John  A.,  real  estate,  res  S  s  Hobart  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Hobart  Joseph  B.,  groceries  and  produce,  store  and  res  628 
East  Twelfth 

Hobart  — ,  res  E  s  5th  av  bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East  Six- 
teenth 

Hobbs  Prescott,  hotelkeeper,  res  469  Fourth 

Hobbs  Prescott  E.,  butcher,  res  469  Fourth 

Hobbs  — ,  plasterer,  res  W  s  Franklin  bet  Seventeenth  and 
Durant 

Hobson  George,  driver  Broadway  and   Piedmont  R  II 

Hochkofler  Rudolph,  commission  merchant,  res  NE  cor 
Alice  and  Durant 

Hodgdon  Hattie  J.  Miss,  student  University 

HODGDON  H.  K.  (John  Hodgdon  &  Co.)  res  cor  10th  av 
and  East  Twelfth 

Hodgdon  John,  fruits,  res  1109  Tenth  av 

HODGDON  JOHN  (John  Hodgdon  &  Co.)  res  cor  10th  av 
and  East  Twelfth 

HODGDON  JOHN  &  CO.  (John  and  H,  K.  Hodgdon) 
fruit,  produce,  cigars  and  tobacco,  303  East  Twelfth 

Hodge  B.  Mrs.,  cook  Central  Pacific  House 

Hodges  George,  millwright  (S  F)  res  S  s  Lincoln  nr  Wood 

Hodges  Lena  Mrs.,  res  808  Third 

Hodgin  Frank,  switchman  C  P  R  R,  res  West  Oakland 
Lodging  House 

Hoebner  Charles,  mining,  res  NE  cor  Fifth  and  Grove 

Hoenisch  Alexander,  upholsterer  with  F.  Barker,  res  Stew- 
art's Hotel 

Hoetz  Jacob,  laborer  with  Kunkel  Bros. 


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OAKLAND     [  U  ]    DIRECTORY.  221 

Hoffland  Celia  Mrs.,  res  Berkeley  Farm  House 
Hoffmann  Charles  S.,  carver  (S  F)  res  705  Eleventh 
Hoffmann  John  D.,  instructor  drawing  University,  res  Man- 
sion House 
Hoffman  Louis,  driver  Felton  Hose  Cart,  res  468  Sixth 
Hofi'schneider  William  (Jos.  Winterbum  &  Co.,  S  F)  res  N 

s  East  Thirty-third  nr  15th  av,  Lynn 
Hogan  Edward,  gardener,  res  N  s  Frederick  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Hogan  Edward  W.,  res  S  s  Second  bet  Alice  and  Jackson 
Hogan  James  T.,  milk  dairy,  N  s  Frederick  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Hogan  J.  H.  (Baker  &  Hogan)  res  Broadway  bet  Thirteenth 

and  Fourteenth 
Hogan  Mary,  seamstress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Hogan  Thomas  G.,  merchant  (S  F)  res  1133  Filbert 
Hogan  —  res  967  Jefferson 

HOGARTY  &  GILARDIN  (Joseph  B.  Hogarty  and   Alex- 
ander Gilardin)  livery  and  sale  stable,  1068  Thirteenth 
av,  E  O 
HOGARTY  JOSEPH  B.  (Hogarty  &  Gilardin)  and  veterinary 
surgeon,  res  E  s  11th  av  bet  East  Fourteenth  and  East 
Fifteenth 
Hogenboa  George,  laborer  with  Kunkel  Bros 
Hohfeld  Edward,  professor  music  Mills  Seminary,  res  N  s 

Twenty-first  nr  Telegraph  av 
Holbrook  E.  L.,  driver  Whitney  &  Co's  express,  res  W  s 

Washington  bet  Eighth  and  Ninth 
Holbrook  H.  P.,  res  The  Centennial 

HOLCOMB  &  OUTRAM  (M.  T.  Holcomb  and  D.  J.  Out- 
ram)  boots  and  shoes,  W  s  Broadway  bet  Thirteenth 
and  Fourteenth 
Holcomb  C  H.,  furniture  (S  F)  res  855  Myrtle 
Holcomb  Charles,  carriages  (S  F)  res  958  Webster 
HOLCOMB  MYRON  T.  (Holcomb  &  Outram)  res  33  Valley 
HOLCOMB   W.  B.,  lumber,  comer  Market  and  Spear  (S  F 

res  1009  Washington 
Holcomb  — ,  res  503  Eleventh 
HOLDEN  JOHN  H.,  National  brewery  depot  and  wines  and 

liquors,  412  Tenth,  res  911  Webster 
Holdsworth  Bennett,   carpenter,    res  N  s   Twenty-third  nr 

Valley 
Holiday  John  M.,  glove  manufacturer,  res  415  East  Twelfth 
Holister  David,  carpenter,  res  512  Eighth 
Holladay  P.  B.  mate  stmr  Louise,  res  373  East  Fifteenth 
Hollahan  James,  res  N  s  Third  bet  Castro  and  Brush 
Holland  A.  F.,  porter  C  P  E  B,  res  662  Fifth 
Holland  Dennis,  teamster,  res  653  Broadway 

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Horace  Harry,  laborer  with  W.  Laicllaw,  res  cor  Third  and 

Myrtle 
Horace  Henry,  carriage  trimmer,  res  952  Third 
Horan  William,  hostler,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Horan  William  H.,  driver  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Hord  S.  A.  Mrs.,  res  1013  Sixth  av,  E  O 
Hore  Morris,  laborer,  res  365  Tenth 
Horn  Margaret,  widow,  res  705  Fifth 

Horn  Patrick,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-third  and  Tele- 
graph av 
Horn  William,  res  705  Fifth 

Hornbloch  Jacob,  teamster  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Hornblower  A.  E.  Mrs.,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel,  W  O 
Horner  L.  W.,  hostler,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Hornund  Frederick,  butcher  with  M.  Goldsticker 
Hornung  Gustav,  druggist,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Clay 
Horr  M.  E.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  516  Ninth 
Horswill  &  Jones  (David  Horswill  and  J.  H.  Jones)  house 

and  sign  painters,  832  Clay 
Horswill  David  (Horswill  &  Jones)  res  518  Eighth 
Horton  Charles,  res  W  s  Market  cor  Twenty-first 
Horton  George  N.,   engineer  C  P  R  R,  res  N  s  Goss  nr 

Cedar  av 
Horton  Jerry,  tinsmith  with  J.  H.  Howard,  res  Union  Hotel 
Horton  Richard,  groceries  and  provisions,  S  s  Seventh  nr 

Market,  res  667  Sixth 
Hoskins  Edward,  res  769  Jefferson 
HOSKINS  WILLIAM,  notary  public,  commissioner  deeds 

for  all  the  States  and  Territories,  and  agent  Commercial 

Fire  Ins.  C,  909  Broadway,  res  Eland  House 
Hosmer  James,  carpenter,  res  860  Harrison 
Hostetter  Frank  (Hayes,  Carrick  &  Co.)  res  SW  cor  13th  av 

and  East  Fifteenth 
Hotel  de  France,  August  Ohlig  proprietor,  417  First 
Hough  Albert,  gardener,  cor  Merrimac  and  Broadway 
Hough  Clark  A.  Rev.,  res  SW  cor  Elm  and  Edward 
Hough  James  F.,  bookkeeper,  res  NW  cor  East  Fourteenth 

and  Third  av 
Hough  Joseph  Z.,  carpenter,  res  522  Eighth 
Hougen  O.  H.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  NE  cor 

Franklin  and  Third 
Hougham  H.  D.,  real  estate,  res  458  Fifth 
Houghton  Frederick  T.,  wood  and  willowware  (S  F)  res  N  s 

Lincoln  nr  Willow,  W  O 
Houghton  John  F.,  president  Home  Mutual  Ins.  Co.  (S  F) 

res  Knox  House 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway ,Tias  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


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OAKLAND    [  H  ]    DIRECTORY.  225 

Houghton  Koscoe  E.,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  E  s  Elm  nr  Haw- 
thorne av 

Houk  David,  teamster,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 

HOW  &  DOOLITTLE  (John  E.  How  and  Henry  Doolittle) 
house  and  sign  painters,  NE  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway 

HOW  JOHN  E.  (How  &  Doolittle)  res  307  Seventh 

Howard  Asa,  justice  of  the  peace,  res  Union  Hotel 

Howard  Charles  Webb,  president  Spring  Valley  W  W  Co. 
(S  F)  res  NE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Alice 

HOWARD  GEORGE  W.  (Strauter  &  Howard)  res  S  s 
Twenty-second  bet  West  and  Curtis 

HOWARD  JOHN  H.,  stoves,  tinware,  gasfitting  and  plumb- 
ing, E  s  13th  av  bet  East  Eleventh  and  East  Twelfth 

Howard  — ,  carpenter,  res  856  Clay 

Howard  — ,  stationery  (S  F)  res  Grand  Western  Hotel,  W  O 

Howatt  Thomas,  laborer,  res  W  s  Chester  nr  Fifth 

HOWE  CHARLES  (Olmsted  &  Howe)  res  Newland's  Hotel 

Howe  Collins,  carpenter,  res  966  Castro 

Howe  C.  P.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Howe  Henry  P.,  commission  merchant  (S  F)  res  N  s  Thir- 
teenth bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W  O 

Howe  M.  M.,  blacksmith,  res  958  Webster 

Howe  Montgomery,  farmer,  res  Webster  extension  nr  Moss  av 

Howe  Samuel,  farmer,  res  Webster  extension  nr  Moss  av 

Howe  Samuel,  millwright  W  D  Co,  res  3  Short,  W  O 

Howell  Eugene  W.,  student  University 

Howell  J.  E.,  brakeman  CPEE 

Howell  Peter,  res  861  Washington 

Howell  S.  S.,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  11th  and  12th  avs 

Howell  Thomas,  laborer  W  D  Co 

Howland  J.  M.,  clerk  with  G.  W.  Dam,  res  Twenty -fourth 
nr  San  Pablo  av 

Howland  Julia  Mrs.,  res  714  Filbert 

HOWLAND  WILLIAM  H.,  mining  superintendent,  res  N  s 
Elm  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Howlett  Frederick,  clerk  with  L.  Schaffer,  res  555  Sixth 

Howlett  William,  proprietor  Louisiana  House,  420  First 

Howlett  William,  watchman  Court  House,  res  NE  cor  First 
and  Broadway 

Hoyt  Andrew,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Lydia  nr  Curtis 

Hoyt  M.  L.  Mrs.,  teacher  Lincoln  Grammar  School,  res  cor 
Webster  and  Seventeenth 

Hoyt  N.  B.,  Inspector  Customs  (S  F)  res  NW  cor  Seward 
and  Peralta,  W  0 

Hoyt  Samuel,  president  Eucalyptus  Co,  res  cor  Twelfth  and 
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Horace  Harry,  laborer  with  W.  Laidlaw,  res  cor  Third  and 

Myrtle 
Horace  Henry,  carriage  trimmer,  res  952  Third 
Horan  William,  hostler,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Horan  William  H.,  driver  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Hord  S.  A.  Mrs.,  res  1013  Sixth  av,  E  O 
Hore  Morris,  laborer,  res  365  Tenth 
Horn  Margaret,  widow,  res  705  Fifth 

Horn  Patrick,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-third  and  Tele- 
graph av 
Horn  William,  res  705  Fifth 

Hornbloch  Jacob,  teamster  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Homblower  A.  E.  Mrs.,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel,  W  O 
Horner  L.  W.,  hostler,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Hornund  Frederick,  butcher  with  M.  Goldsticker 
Hornung  Gustav,  druggist,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Clay 
Horr  M.  E.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  516  Ninth 
Horswill  &  Jones  (David  Horswill  and  J.  H.  Jones)  house 

and  sign  painters,  832  Clay 
Horswill  David  (Horswill  &  Jones)  res  518  Eighth 
Horton  Charles,  res  W  s  Market  cor  Twenty-first 
Horton  George  N.,   engineer  C  PER,  res  N  s  Goss  nr 

Cedar  av 
Horton  Jerry,  tinsmith  with  J.  H.  Howard,  res  Union  Hotel 
Horton  Richard,  groceries  and  provisions,  S  s  Seventh  nr 

Market,  res  667  Sixth 
Hoskins  Edward,  res  769  Jefferson 
HOSK2NS  WILT  JAM,  notary  public,  commissioner  deeds 

for  all  the  States  and  Territories,  and  agent  Commercial 

Fire  Ins.  C,  909  Broadway,  res  Eland  House 
Hosmer  James,  carpenter,  res  860  Harrison 
Hostetter  Frank  (Hayes,  Carrick  &  Co.)  res  SW  cor  13th  av 

and  East  Fifteenth 
Hotel  de  France,  August  Ohlig  proprietor,  417  First 
Hough  Albert,  gardener,  cor  Merrimac  and  Broadway 
Hough  Clark  A.  Rev.,  res  SW  cor  Elm  and  Edward 
Hough  James  F.,  bookkeeper,  res  NW  cor  East  Fourteenth 

and  Third  av 
Hough  Joseph  Z.,  carpenter,  res  522  Eighth 
Hougen  O.  H.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  NE  cor 

Franklin  and  Third 
Hougham  H.  D.,  real  estate,  res  458  Fifth 
Houghton  Frederick  T.,  wood  and  willowware  (S  F)  res  N  s 

Lincoln  nr  Willow,  W  O 
Houghton  John  F.,  president  Home  Mutual  Ins.  Co.  (S  F) 

res  Knox  House 


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OAKLAND    [  H  ]    DIRECTORY.  225 

Houghton  Roscoe  E.,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  E  s  Elm  nr  Haw- 
thorne av 

Houk  David,  teamster,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  0 

HOW  &  DOOLITTLE  (John  E.  How  and  Henry  Doolittle) 
house  and  sign  painters,  NE  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway 

HOW  JOHN  E.  (How  &  Doolittle)  res  307  Seventh 

Howard  Asa,  justice  of  the  peace,  res  Union  Hotel 

Howard  Charles  Webb,  president  Spring  Valley  W  W  Co. 
(S  F)  res  NE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Alice 

HOWARD  GEORGE  W.  (Strauter  &  Howard)  res  S  s 
Twenty-second  bet  West  and  Curtis 

HOWARD  JOHN  H.,  stoves,  tinware,  gasfitting  and  plumb- 
ing, E  s  13th  av  bet  East  Eleventh  and  East  Twelfth 

Howard  — ,  carpenter,  res  856  Clay 

Howard  — ,  stationery  (S  F)  res  Grand  Western  Hotel,  W  O 

Howatt  Thomas,  laborer,  res  W  s  Chester  nr  Fifth 

HOWE  CHARLES  (Olmsted  &  Howe)  res  Newland's  Hotel 

Howe  Collins,  carpenter,  res  966  Castro 

Howe  C.  P.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Howe  Henry  P.,  commission  merchant  (S  F)  res  N  s  Thir- 
teenth bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W  O 

Howe  M.  M.,  blacksmith,  res  958  Webster 

Howe  Montgomery,  farmer,  res  Webster  extension  nr  Moss  av 

Howe  Samuel,  farmer,  res  Webster  extension  nr  Moss  av 

Howe  Samuel,  millwright  W  D  Co,  res  3  Short,  W  O 

Howell  Eugene  W.,  student  University 

Howell  J.  B.,  brakeman  CPEE 

Howell  Peter,  res  861  Washington 

Howell  S.  S.,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  11th  and  12th  avs 

Howell  Thomas,  laborer  W  D  Co 

Howland  J.  M.,  clerk  with  G.  W.  Dam,  res  Twenty-fourth 
nr  San  Pablo  av 

Howland  Julia  Mrs.,  res  714  Filbert 

HOWLAND  WILLIAM  H.,  mining  superintendent,  res  N  s 
Elm  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Howlett  Frederick,  clerk  with  L.  Schaffer,  res  555  Sixth 

Howlett  William,  proprietor  Louisiana  House,  420  First 

Howlett  William,  watchman  Court  House,  res  NE  cor  First 
and  Broadway 

Hoyt  Andrew,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Lydia  nr  Curtis 

Hoyt  M.  L.  Mrs.,  teacher  Lincoln  Grammar  School,  res  cor 
Webster  and  Seventeenth 

Hoyt  N.  B.,  Inspector  Customs  (S  F)  res  NW  cor  Seward 
and  Peralta,  W  O 

Hoyt  Samuel,  president  Eucalyptus  Co,  res  cor  Twelfth  and 
Washington 


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Hu  Lee  (Chinese)  laundry,  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal 

Creek 
Hubback  Catherine  Mrs.,  res  1128  Myrtle 
Hubback  Edward,  agent  (S  F)  res  1128  Myrtle 
Hubbard  Aclolphus  S.,  agent  People's  Express,  819  Filbert 
Hubbard  E.  Mrs.,  res  Knox  House 
Hubbard  Henry,  clerk  W  D  Co 

Hubbard  John,  teamster,  res  Railroad  av  nr  Pine,  W  0 
Hubbard  John  M.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Pine  and  Railroad 

av,  W  O 
Hubbard  Warren,  machinist  C  P  R  R,  res  S  s  Tenth  bet  A  d- 

eline  and  Magnolia,  W  O 
Hubbert  &  Hulsmann  (Wm.  Hubbert  and  Henry  Hulsmann) 

butchers,  NE  cor  Twenty-fourth  and  Telegraph  av 
Hubbert  "William  (Hubbert  &  Hulsmann)  res  cor  Twenty- 
third  and  Telegraph  av 
Huber  Charles,  jeweler  with  A.  H.  Buehren,  res  Temescal 
Huber  Minnie  Miss,  res  N  s  Brown  nr  West 
Hudoff  Charles  D.,  clerk  with  H.  Turn  Suden  &  Co,  res  701 

East  Twelfth 
Hudson  A.  S.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  res  NW  cor 

Eighth  and  Broadway 
Hudson  George  H.,  student  University 
Hudson  J.  H.,  cigars  and  tobacco,  1010  Broadway 
Hudson  Lyell  E.,  student  with  Dr.  A.  S.  Hudson,  res  NW 

cor  Eighth  and  Broadway 
HuffLucien  B.,  farmer,  res  474  East  Fourteenth 
Huff  William,  res  474  East  Fourteenth 
Hufschmidt  Henry,  plumber  (S  F)  res  S  s  Seward  nr  Wood, 

WO 
Hufschmidt  Louis,  plumber  (S  F)  res  E  s  Wood  nr  Seward, 

WO 
Hugenholtz  F.  A.  B.,  merchant,  res  E  s  Chester  nr  Ninth, 

WO 
Hughes  Alexander,  carpenter,  res  517  Ninth 
Hughes  Charles,  commercial  agent  (S  F)  res  W  s  Grove  nr 

Caledonia 
Hughes  David,  clerk,  res  W  s  9th  av  bet  East  Sixteenth  and 

East  Seventeenth 
Hughes  Enoch,  laborer  with  G.  H.  Naegle,  res  362J  Fourth 
Hughes  George,  student  University 
Hughes  Kate,  domestic,  1077  Eighth 
Hughes  Margaret,   domestic,  NE  cor  Middle  and  Peralta, 

WO 
Hughes  Martin,   plasterer,  res  NE   cor  13th  av  and  East 

Fourteenth 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs,  469  Ninth  st. 
OAKLAND     [H]    DIRECTORY.  227 

Hughes  Patrick,  carpenter,  res  814  Grove 

Hughes  Patrick,  laborer  with  Taylor  &  Co.,  res  814  Grove 

Hughes  Robert,  res  262  Eighth 

Hughes  T.  J.,  res  515  East  Eleventh 

Hughes  William  A.,  wines  and  liquors  (S  F)  res  W  s  Wood 
bet  Railroad  av  and  William,  W  O 

Hughes  William  B.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Eighth  bet  Grove  and 
Castro 

Hughs  John,  tinsmith  with  J.  J.  O'Shea,  1109  Broadway 

Huie  H.  R.,  blacksmith,  res  310  Third 

Hulbert  William  W.,  pastor  Methodist  Episcopal  Church, 
res  N  s  East  Seventeenth  bet  7th  and  8th  avs 

Huley  James,  butcher  with  Rice  &  White 

Hulsmann  Henry  (Hubbert  &  Hulsmann)  res  cor  Twenty- 
third  and  Telegraph  av 

Hultz  Charles,  upholsterer,  res  567  Seventh 

Humbert  Jonas,  pressman  Daily  News,  res  N  s  Twenty-sixth 
nr  San  Pablo  av 

HUMBOLDT  HOTEL,  H.  C.  Babcock  proprietor,  W  s  Tel- 
egraph av  nr  Temescal  Creek 

Hume  Annie  M.  Miss,  res  NE  cor  Twenty-first  and  Tele- 
graph av 

Hume  E.  F.  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Twenty-first  and  Telegraph  av 

Humphrey  Morton,  res  403  East  Fourteenth 

Hung  Lee  (Chinese)  laundry,  E  s  Wood  nr  Lincoln,  W  O 

Hunt  Charles,  calker  W  D  Co 

Hunt  Edwin,  county  assessor,  County  Court  House,  room 
3,  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Washington 

Hunt  George  H.,  engineer  C  P  R  R,  res  Russell  House 

Hunt  H.  S.,  res  807  Castro 

Hunt  Joseph,  res  NW  cor  21st  av  and  East  Twenty-fourth 

HUNT  MILAN,  manager  City  Hall  Livery  Stable,  res  N  s 
Fourteenth  nr  City  Hall 

Hunt  Robert  F.,  stableman  with  Johnson  &  Downing,  res 
413  Fourth 

Hunt  Walter,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  21st  av  and  East  Twen- 
ty-fourth 

Hunter  J.  D.,  shipjoiner  W  D  Co,  res  Railroad  Exchange 
Hotel,  W  O 

Hunter  Thomas,  milk  dairy,  res  W  s  Brush  nr  Twenty-sec- 
ond 

Huntington  George,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Linden  near  Thirtieth 

Huntington  Uriel,  capitalist,  res  NE  cor  Wood  and  Eighth, 
WO 

Huntley  D wight  B.,  res  W  s  Webster  bet  Fourteenth  and 
Sixteenth  y 

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Huntley  Porter  C,   res  W  s  Webster  bet  Fourteenth  and 

Sixteenth 
Hunton  Logan,  clerk  (S  F)  res  715  Tenth 
Huot  C,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Huot  Charles,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  Overland 

House 
Hurd  Frank,  inspector  CPKK,  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr  Tele- 
graph av 
Hurd  I.  N.  Kev.,  res  S  s  Locust  nr  Telegraph  av 
Hurd  M.  S.,  adjuster  claims  CPEE,  res  K  s  Sycamore  nr 

Telegraph  av 
HURL  GEORGE  (Gage  &  Hurl)  476  Eighth 
Hurley  Ellen,  domestic,  1218  Oak 
Hurley  James,  lather,  res  372  Seventh 
Hurley  James  J.,  butcher,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Market 
Hurley  Timothy,  laborer,  res  518  Sixth 
HURLL   WILLIAM  T.,    groceries   and  liquors,   SW  cor 

Second  and  Broadway 
Hurst  Herman,  shipwright  W  D  Co 
Hussey  H.  P.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Hussey  J.  G.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Hussey  William  H.,  clerk  Custom  House,  res  S  s  Walton  nr 

Grove 
Huston  Kobert  G.,  groceries,  and  proprietor  The  Home,  cor 

University  Grounds  and  Humboldt  av,  Berkeley 
Huston  William,  hostler  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Hutchings  Daniel  F.,   res  S  s  East  Eleventh  bet  9th  and 

10th  avs 
Hutchins  Charles  E.,   driver  Broadway  and  Piedmont  R  R 

Co,  res  671  Fourth 
Hutchins  G.  H.,  receiving  teller  London  and  San  Francisco 

Bank  (S  F)  res  S  s  Eighth  nr  Filbert 
Hutchinson  Charles  C,    merchant,    res  W  s  Campbell  nr 

Lincoln,  W  0 
Hutchinson  George  O.,    merchant,    res  W  S  Campbell  nr 

Lincoln,  W  O 
Hutchinson  Jane  Miss,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  West 
Hutchinson  John  J.,  student  University         , 
Hutchinson  Joseph,  student  University 
Hutchinson  T.  R.,  salesman  (S  F)  res  936  Filbert 
HUTCHISON  JAMES,  seeds  and   florist,    and   proprietor 

Bay  Nursery,   SE  cor  Washington  and  Fourteenth,   res 

cor  Telegraph  av  and  Bay  pi 
Huttleston  George,  boot  and  shoemaker,  S  s  Railroad  av  bet 

Pine  and  Cedar,  W  0 
Hutstein  William,  groceries,  401  Tenth 

Insure  your  Houses  -with  Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway. 


Eureka  Refrigerator  the  best,  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 


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Hyde  Catherine,  domestic,  cor  Clay  and  Ninth 

HYDE  E.  H.,  crockery  and  fancy  goods,  SW  cor  Broadway 

and  Eleventh,  res  1004  Broadway 
Hyde  Isaac,  res  60-4  Eighth 
Hyde  Johannah,  domestic,  946  Myrtle 
Hyde  Lawrence,  clerk  with  M.  Brink,  res  458  Twelfth 
Hyde  Thomas  J.,  teacher  Harvard  School,  res  458  Twelfth 
Hyde  T.   J.  Mrs.,  fancy  needle  work   and   stamping,  458 

Twelfth 
Hyde  W.  B.,  civil  engineer,  res  162  Third 
Hymen  Philip,  painter,  res  460  Fifth 


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Icke  Katie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  763  East  Twelfth 

Use  William  A.,  assayer,  res  677  Sixth 

Imbert  Fred.,  waiter  Vith  John  Berger,  res  French  Hotel, 

WB 
Imfeld  Ignatz,  brickmaker  with  Kunkel  Bros. 
Immel  August,  woodcarver  W  D  Co,  res  33  Everett  (S  F) 
IMPERIAL    INSURANCE   CO.  (fire,    of  London)  H.  L. 

Koff  &  Co.  agents,  1004  Broadway  fe> 

INGERSOLL  WILLIAM  B.,  photographer,  gallery  and  res     o 

SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Broadway 
Ingerson  Charles  A.,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res 

565  Fifth 

Ingols  James  E.,  clerk  (S  F)  res  604  Fourteenth  cp 

INSTITUTE  OF  CIVIL  ENGINEERING,  Albert  Van  Der     < 
Naillen  principal,  461  Ninth  g_ 

Inwald  — ,  res  311  Eighth  cr 

Inwall  Benjamin  J.,  barkeeper  with  Held  &  Neller,  res  509 

Sixth 
Ipsen  J.  P.  H.,    sawyer,    res  SE  cor   Sycamore  and  San 

Pablo  av 
Ireland  James,  clerk,  res  N  s  East  Twenty-fifth  nr  21st  av 
Irish  S.  L.,  carpenter  WD  Co,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar  W  O 
Irish  Spencer,  machine  hand  Oakland  Mills,  res  661  Wash- 
ington 
Ironmonger  C.  J.,  cook,  858  Broadway,  res  364  First 
Irvin  A.  M.,  bricklayer,  res  804  East  Twelfth 
Irvin  William,  miner,  res  271  Eighth 
Irving  Grammar  School,  J.  B.   McChesney  principal,   cor 

Market  and  Twelfth 
Irving  Samuel,  student  University 


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Irving  William  K.,  clerk  with  A.  L.  Bancroft  &  Co,  res  671 

Sixth 
Irvin  Stuart,  gardener,  res  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  West 
Isaacs  J.  D.,  draughtsman  CPEE,  res  775  Fourteenth 
Isaacson  Andrew,  carpetlayer  with  C.  L.  Taylor,  res  Webster 

nr  Third 
Isaacson  Christian,  carpetlayer  with  Charles  L.  Taylor,  1060 

Broadway 
Ispinosa  Dimean,  master  mariner,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  nr 

Higgins  av 
Itell  — ,  res  E  s  Henry  bet  West  Fifth  and  Seventh 
Iva  Cottage  Club,  A.  F.  Martin  president,   Anthony  Olsen 

secretary,   O.  F.  Martin  treasurer,  SW  cor  University 

grounds,  Berkeley 

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Jacinto  Joseph,  laborer,  res  E  s  18th  av  bet  East  Fourteenth 

and  Fifteenth 
Jacknes  Morris,  laborer,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal 

Creek 
Jackson  A.  M.,  watchmaker  California  Watch  Co.,  res  E  s 

Sixth  nr  Delaware,  W  B 
JACKSON  B.  C.  &  CO.  (B.  C.  Jackson  and  Geo.  C.  Strate- 

meyer)  sign  and  pictorial  painters,  864  Broadway 
JACKSON  B.  C.  (B.  C.  Jackson  &  Co.)  res  1059  Broadway 
Jackson  B.  C,  apothecary  with  William  G.  Dinsmore,  res 

1160  Alice 
Jackson  G.  A.,  carpenter,  res  512  Eighth 
Jackson  Giles  A.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Filbert  and 

Myrtle 
Jackson  James,  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Jackson  John,  piledriver  CPRK,  res  Kailroad  Exchange 

Hotel,  W  0 
Jackson  John,  waiter,  res  cor  First  and  Franklin 
Jackson  Joseph,  whitener,  res  572  Sixth 
Jackson  Oscar  T.,  hairdresser,  S  s  Railroad  av  bet   Wood 

and  Pine,  W  O 
Jackson  R.  F.,   bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  W  s  Campbell  nr 

Eighth,  W  O 
Jackson  Robert,  carpenter,  res  cor  Thirty-fourth  and  Ad- 
eline 
Jackson  Robert  M.,  dishwasher  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
Jackson  William  L.,  porter,  res  164  Seventh 
Jacob  Ernest,  tailor,  res  837  Clay 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon  delivers  Ice,  Soda  and  Cider.     Depot  469  Ninth 


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Jacob  William,  laborer  with  J.  Lusk&  Co.,  res  cor  Evoy  av 

and  Lusk 
Jacobs  Aaron,  tailor  with  M.  Rosenberg,  res  cor  Clay  and 

Seventh 
Jacobs  Edmund,  bookkeeper  with  Samuel  Heywood,  res  cor 

Second  and  Bristol,  W  B 
Jacobs  James,  blind  maker  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  Third 

bet  Jefferson  and  Grove 
Jacobs  James  H.,  res  cor  Second  and  Bristol,  W  B 
Jacobs  Julius,  res  Kelsey  House 
Jacobs  Myer,  student  University 
Jacobs  Richard  C,  mining,  res  N  s  Railroad  av  bet  Union 

and  Kirkham 
Jacobus  C.  T.,  res  S  s  Eighth  nr  Adeline,  W  O 
Jacoby  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Logan  nr  Grove 
Jacoby  Robert,  pipe  maker  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  res  S  s 

Logan  nr  Grove 
Jacox  C.  H.,  laborer  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Evoy  av 

and  Lusk 
Jacquenot  Xavier,  fruit  and  vegetables,  S  s  E  Fourteenth 

bet  18th  and  19th  avs 
JAFFE  LOUIS  (Freeman  &  Jaffe)  res  618  O'Farrell  (S  F) 
Jaffe  Myer  E.,  student  University 
JAHN  &  SCHOLL  (H.  Jahn  and  C.  F.   Scholl)  gun  and 

locksmiths,  372  Tenth 
JAHN  HENRY  (Jahn  &  Scholl)  res  372  Tenth 
James  Benjamin,  butcher,  res  856  Clay 
JAMES'  BLOCK,  N  s  Railroad  av  bet  Wood  and  Pine 
James  George,  rigger  W  D  Co,  res  Railroad  av  nr  Point 
James  Isaac  E.,  mining  engineer,  res  NE  cor  Fourteenth  and 

Webster 
James  J.  G.,  live  stock,  res  763  Twelfth 
James  Joshua,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Grove  nr  Twenty-sixth 


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Janies  Mary  E.,  res  E  s  Broadway  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seven- 
teenth 
James  Samuel,  master  mariner,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
James  William,  gardener,  Mills'  Seminary 
Jancovich  George,  coffee  saloon  (S  F)  res  Wood  bet  Seventh 

and  Division,  W  O 
Janin  Louis,  mining  engineer,  res  W  s  Webster  bet  Six- 
teenth and  Seventeenth 
Janis  — ,  labores,  res  S  s  East  Seventeenth  bet  11th  and  12th 

avs 
Janney  A.  M.,  clerk  with  Peter  Baker,  res  363  Fifth 
Jans  Obbe,  wines,  liquors  and  cigars,  459  Seventh,  res  E  s 

Chester  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh,  W  O 
Jansen  Charles,  laborer,  res  N  s  Frederick  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Jansen  Hans,  ward  keeper  Napa  Insane  Assylum,  res  S  s 

Logan  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Grove 
Jansen  Louis,  laborer  with  Shakespeare  &  Walter,  res  Phil- 
adelphia Restaurant 
Janssen  Ernst,  salesman,  res  515  Eighth 
Jantzen  Herman  F.,  student  University 
Janvein  George  M.,  sawyer  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  E  s 

Filbert  nr  Twenty-eighth 
Janvier  A.  E.,  teacher  Cal.  Millitary  Academy 
Jay  John,  laborer  with  Taylor  &  Co.,  res  NW  cor  Pacific  av 

and  Webster,  Alameda 
Jayne  A.  H.,  police  judge,  City  Hall,  res  617  Thirteenth 
Jee  Arthur,  res  505  East  Eleventh 
Jeffers  William  H.,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  6th  and  7th 

avs 
Jeffers  William  H.,  res  356  Ninth 

Jeffery  John,  cabinet  maker,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Forty- 
fourth 
Jeffery  M.  A.  C.  Miss,  res  W  s  Curtis  nr  Twenty-first 
Jegstrup  Anna,  chambermaid  The  Centennial 
Jellett  F.  M.,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth 

bet  6th  snd  7th  avs 
Jellett  Matthew,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  213  Fourth 
Jenkins  Acquilla,  driver  with  P.  Baker,  res  363  Fifth 
Jenkins  C,  conductor  C  P  R  R,  res  Oakland  whart 
Jenkins  F.,  band  sawyer  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Jenkins  F.  E.,  mechanic,  res  603  Third 
Jenkins  George,  laborer,  res  W  s  cor  West  and  Twenty-first 
Jenkins  John  W.,  lodging  house,  856  Broadway 
Jenkins  Sarah,  nurse,  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Jenkins  T.  F.,  real  estate  (S  F)  res  N  s  Seventh  nr  Brush 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


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Jenkins  William,  carrier  with  H.  C.  Hollub,  res  N  s  Seventh 
bet  Brush  and  Castro 

Jenks  Frank  A.,  coal  broker  (S  F)  res  NW  cor  Twelfth  and 
Poplar,  W  O 

Jenning  Godhold,  merchant  tailor,  S  s  Eailroad  av  bet  Wood 
and  Willow,  res  SE  cor  Sixteenth  and  Kirkham,  W  O 

Jennings  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 

Jenson  Kate  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood 

Jerome  E.  B.,  res  755  Webster 

Jerro  Joseph,  gardener  Mill's  Seminary 

Jester  D.  T.,  coachsmith  with  M.  W.  Allen 

Jewell  George  D.,  res  E  s  Franklin  bet  Seventeenth  and 
Durant 

Jewett  Jarvis,  collector,  res  800  Castro 

Jewett  L.  D.  Mrs.,  res  The  Centennial 

Jewett  Susan  N.  Miss,  teacher  High  School,  res  E  s  Franklin 
nr  Eighteenth 

Jinkens  William,  gardener,  N  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  Broadway 

Johannis  H.  H.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

John  Louis,  barber  with  Ernest  Held 

Johnsen  Lawrence,  cook  with  L.  Milloslovich,  res  Cosmo- 
politan 

Johnson  &  Downing  (S.  W.  Johnson  and  Theodore  Down- 
ing) proprietors  Plaza  Livery  and  Sale  Stable,  413  Fourth 

Johnson  Adelia  Miss,  res  516  Ninth 

Johnson  A.  F.,  wines  and  liquors,  saloon  and  res  SE  cor 
First  and  Webster  , 

Johnson  Albert  S.,  compositor  Brooklyn  Vidette,  res  Sev- 
enth nr  Wood,  E  O 

Johnson  Amos,  sawyer  with  Purington  &  Ough,  res  613 
East  Eleventh 

Johnson  Andrew,  shipwright,  res  1060  Third 

Johnson  A.  T.,  foreman  with  A.  H.  Southwick,  res  470 
Eighth 

Johnson  Benjamin,  carpenter,  res  320  Fourth 

Johnson  Charles,  laborer,  res  N  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  West 

Johnson  Charles,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Johnson  Charles,  master  mariner,  res  SE  cor  First  and 
Webster 

Johnson  Charles,  laborer,  res  S  s  Prospect  av  nr  Broadway 

Johnson  Charles,  laborer  with  G.  H.  Naegle,  res  NE  cor 
San  Pablo  av  and  Nineteenth 

Johnson  Charles  M.,  photographer  with  William  B.  Inger- 
soll,  res  828  Franklin 

Johnson  Constantine,   carpenter,   res  NE  cor  Franklin  and 

Third 

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Johnson  Cornelius,  superintendent  sleeping  cars  CPEE, 
res  N  s  Third  bet  Brush  and  Castro 

Johnson  Delos  H.,  res  N  s  East  Seventeenth  bet  9th  and 
10th  avs 

JOHNSON  EBEN,  groceries  and  provisions,  NE  cor  Twelfth 
and  Market,  res  1119  West 

Johnson  E.  J.  Mrs.,  res  512  Eighth 

Johnson  E.  W.  Mrs.,  teacher,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr 
Forty-third 

Johnson  Frank  S.,  clerk  with  W.  T.  Coleman  &  Co  (SF)  res 
E  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Twenty-second  and  Twenty-third 

Johnson  Frank,  with  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  665  Third 

Johnson  Frank  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Twenty- 
second  and  Twenty,  third 

Johnson  Frederick  T.,  driver  with  L.  M.  Beaudry,  res  512 
Eighth 

Johnson  H.,  porter  CPKE 

Johnson  Hans,  gardener,   res  W  s  Webster  nr  Twenty-third 

Johnson  Hetty  Mrs.,  res  553  Sixth 

Johnson  Hiram  A.,  carpenter,  res  814  Alice 

Johnson  H.  B.,  carpenter,  res  470  Eighth 

Johnson  James,  dishwasher  Newlands  Hotel 

Johnson  J.  E.,  carriagemaker  with  M.  W.  Allen 

Johnson  Jerome,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Second  and  Franklin 

Johnson  John,  res  365  Fourth 

Johnson  John,  capitalist,  res  767  Alice 

Johnson  John,  dealer  stocks,  res  1054  Broadway 

Johnson  John  H.,  bookkeeper,  res  767  Alice 

Johnson  J.  S.,  bookkeeper  with  M.  De  La  Montanya,  res 
cor  Fifth  and  Alice 

Johnson  Owen  R.,  res  417  East  Fourteenth 

Johnson  Patrick  W.,  clerk  (S  F)  res  cor  Eighth  and  Camp- 
bell, W  O 

Johnson  Perry,  Marshal  and  Tax  Collector  Oakland  City, 
office  City  Hall,  room  5,  res  360  Second 

Johnson  Peter,  cooper,  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twenty-fourth 

Johnson  S.  C,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Johnson  Susie,  domestic,  1053  Fifth  av,  E  O 

Johnson  S.  W.  (Johnson  &  Downing)  res  Pacheco,  Contra 
Costa  Co,  Cal 

Johnson  Thomas,  coffee  saloon,  425  Drumm  (S  F)  res  627 
Filbert 

Johnson  Thomas,  carpenter  W  D  Co 

Johnson  W.  A.,  carpenter,  res  470  Third 

Johnson  William,  laborer  with  George  E.  Grant 

Johnson  William  Henry,  boot  and  shoemaker,  467  Sixth 


Try  Stephen  Smith's  system  of  collecting  Rents,  917  Broadway 


Drink  pure  Eastern  Cider.     Gordon,  agent,  469  Ninth  street. 


OAKLAND    [J]    DIRECTORY.  235 

Johnston  Charles,  laborer,  res  709  Jackson 

Johnston  E.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Evoy  av 

Johnston  Henry,  piledriver  C  P II  ft,  res  Eailroad  Exchange 
Hotel,  W  O 

Johnston  Henry  B.,  student  University 

Johnston  James  M.,  clerk  (S  F)  res  S  s  Brown  nr  West 

Johnston  Jeremiah,  packer  (S  F)  res  E  s  Pine  nr  Seward, 
WO 

Johnston  N.  ft.,  editor  Pacific  Newspaper  Publishing  Co 
(S  F)  res  E  s  Kirkham  nr  Tenth,  W  O 

Johnston  ft.  ft.  Mrs.,  teacher,  res  E  s  Kirkham  nr  Tenth, 
WO 

Johnston  T.  C,  res  715  Fourth 

Johnston  William  J.,  expressman,  res  E  s  10th  avbet  East 
Fifteenth  and  East  Sixteenth 

Jones  Benjamin  ft.,  res  N  s  Fourth  bet  Grove  and  Castro 

Jones  Benjamin  B„  poultry,  res  910  Washington 

Jones  C,  H.,  butcher,  65  San  Pablo  av,  res  63  San  Pablo  av 

Jones  Charles,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  nr  West 

JONES  CEARLES,  groceries,  liquors  and  tea,  1115  Broad- 
way, res  Knox  House 

Jones  Cornelius,  painter,  res  55  San  Pablo  av 

Jones  Daniel  H.,  porter  CPEE,  res  808  Harrison 

Jones  E.  B.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Grove 

Jones  Edward  K.,  carpenter,  res  Star  House 

Jones  Elon  G.,  janitor  High  School,  res  359  Tenth 

Jones  Francis,  cook  St.  Joseph's  Academy 

Jones  George,  gardener,  res  N  s  Golden  Gate  av  foot  hills, 
Berkeley 

Jones  George  W.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Pine  nr  Seward,  W  O 

Jones  Henry,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Jones  Henry  B.,  assistant  instructor  German,  University, 
res  S  s  Second  nr  Alice 

Jones  Henry  S.,  truckman,  res  608  Fourth 

Jones  Horace,  bookkeeper  with  J.  G.  Hodge  &  Co.,  res  924 
Filbert 

Jones  James,  clerk  with  N.  Williams,  res  Eighth  nr  Wash- 
ington 

Jones  James  N.,  clerk,  res  508  Fighth 

Jones  J.  H.  (Horswill  &  Jones)  res  832  Clay 

Jones  John,  res  NW  cor  Second  and  Jefferson 

Jones  Kate,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Jones  Myron  H.,  student  University 

Jones  Nathaniel  A.,  machinist  W  D  Co,  res  Alameda  Point 

Jones  O.  B.,  builder,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  nr  West 

Jones  P.  F.,  laundryman  Tubbs'  Hotel 


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Jones  R.  H.,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Jones  Simon  D.,  salesman,  res  E  s  Wood  bet  Atlantic  and 
William,  W  O 

Jones  T.  H.  B.,  res  514  Tenth 

Jones  Thomas,  painter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 

Jones  Thomas  A.,  painter,  res  S  s  Nineteenth  bet  Castro 
and  Brush 

Jones  Thomas  B.,  compositor  Transcript,  res  910  Washing- 
ton 

Jones  Walter  B.,  student  University 

Jones  William,  laborer,  res  W  s  Shattuck  nr  University  av, 
Berkeley 

Jones  William,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Jones  William,  porter  CPRE 

Jones  William  C.,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Grove 

Jones  William  Carey,  res  grad  University,  Berkeley 

Jones  William  L.  Rev.,  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr  Grove 

Jones  — ,  carpenter  CPEE,  res  Railroad  av  nr  Cedar,  W  O 

Jones  — ,  grocer,  res  Kelsey  House 

Jordan  Brothers  (Moses  S.  and  John  C.  Jordan)  carpenters 
and  builders,  403  Tenth 

Jordan  Elliott,  carpenter  with  Jordan  Bros,  res  403  Tenth 

Jordan  Frank  C,  secretary  The  Real  Estate  Union,  res  S  s 
Sixteenth  nr  Jefferson 

Jordan  John  C.  (Jordan  Bros)  res  403  Tenth 

Jordan  Joseph  W.  (Clayton  &  Co,  S  F)  res  NW  cor  East 
Twenty-fourth  and  13th  av 

Jordan  Moses  S.  (Jordan  Bros)  403  Tenth 

Jordan  R.  K.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill 

JORDAN  WILLIAM  H.,  manager  The  Real  Estate  Union, 
921  Broadway,  res  958  Eighth 

Jorey  William  B.,  student  University 

Joseph  Anton,  laborer  with  Taylor  &  Co,  res  360  Third 

Joseph  Joseph,  laborer  with  Taylor  &  Co,  res  NE  cor  Twen- 
ty-eighth and  Grove 

Josephs  P.  A.,  bookkeeper,  res  572  Fourth 

Josephs  Peter,  plasterer,  res  572  Fourth 

Jost  William  H.,  res  718  Fourth 

JOURNAL  COMPANY  (Wiemeyer,  Schutt  &  Schmitt) 
publishers  and  proprietors  Oakland  Journal  (German 
weekly)  911  Broadway 

Joyce  Mary,  domestic,  W  s  Harrison  bet  Fifteenth  and  Six- 
teenth 

Joyce  Mary,  domestic,  cor  Twenty-third  and  San  Pablo 

Joyce  L.  B.,  machinist  California  Watch  Co,  res  E  s  Sixth 
nr  Delaware,  W  B 

STEPHEN  SMITH—for  Choice  City  Lots— 917  Broadway. 


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OAKLAND    [J]     DIRECTORY.  237 

Joyner  Frank  O.,  student  University 

Judah  M.  B.,  res  1164  Alice 

JUDGE  POLICE  COURT,  A.  H.  Jayne,  office  5  City  Hall 

JUDGE  THIRD  DISTRICT  COURT,  S.  B.  McKee,  Court 
House,  room  2 

Judson  John  M.,  clerk  with  Charles  L.  Taylor,  res  N  s  Six- 
teenth bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 

Julien  G.  B.,  res  E  s  Broadway  bet  Twenty-fifth  and  Twen- 
ty-sixth 

Julien  N.  S.,  res  Sunnyside  House 

Jurgens  Charles,  groceries  and  liquors  and  res  W  s  Tele- 
graph av  opp-  Humboldt  Park 

Jurgensen  Mette  C,  cook,  W  s  Adeline  nr  Sixteenth,  W  O 

Jurgerwitz  Johann,  res  NE  cor  21st  av  and  East  Four- 
teenth 

JUSTICES  OF  THE  PEACE,  James  Lentell,  NW  cor  Elev- 
enth and  Franklin,  Win.  M.  Graham,  470  Seventh  and 
George  H.  Fogg,  Union  Savings  Bank  Building 


K 

Kaas  Peter,  gilder  with  Lutz  &  Berg,  res  Webster  nr  Third 

Kace  John,  gardener,  res  813  Thirteenth 

Kaber  G.,  stableman,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 

Kadel  Barbara  Mrs.,  res  SE  cor  Sixteenth  and  Brush 

KAESE    &    RODE   (August  Kaese   and   Christian  Rode) 

gunsmiths,  locksmiths  and  bell  hangers,  419  Tenth 
KAESE  AUGUST  (Kaese  &  Rode)  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr 

Frederick 
Kaiser  Martin,  upholsterer,  423  Tenth 
Kallenberg  Emil,  barber  with  Carl  Stulz,  res  N  s  Railroad 

av  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W  O 
Kallher  Patrick,  horseshoer  with  Sohst  Bros.,  res  Golden 

Star  Hotel 
Kallstron  Herman,  pilot,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Willow,  W  O 
Kane  Dennis,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  612  Fifth 
Kane  Frank,  bartender  with  J.  M.  Cronin,  res  518  Sixth 
Kane  James,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Kane  John,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Market  nr  Twenty-fourth 
Kane  John,  dairy  and  res  W  s  Broadway  bet  Moss   and 

Weston  avs 
Kane  Kate,  domestic,  950  Adeline 

Kane  Kittie,  domestic,  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W  0 
Kane  Michael,  coachman,  919  Adeline,  W  O 
Kane  Michael,  laborer,  res  Central  House 


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Kane  Patrick,  laborer,  res  N  s  Twenty-seventh  nr  "West 
Kane  Patrick,  laborer,  res  E  s  Henry  nr  Fifth 
Kane  Patrick,  laborer  W  D  Co 
Kantz  Charles  P.,  gardener,  res  810  Third 
Kapen  Sarah,  domestic,  NW  cor  Tenth  and  Madison 
Karnes  Ellen,  domestic,  1155  Brush 
Karns  M.  K.  Mrs.,  agent  Health  Lift,  res  Blake  House 
Karrigan  John,  laborer,  res  SW  cor  Nineteenth  and  Castro 
Karwin  M.  A.,  domestic,  cor  Bay  place  and  Telegraph  av 
Kastens  Henry  C,  teamster  (S  F)  res  cor  Fourth  and  Addi- 
son, W  B 
Kaufmann  T.,  pedlar,  res  555  Seventh 
Kays  John  F.,  cook  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Kearn  Eose  Miss,  res  SE  cor  Willow  and  Lincoln,  W  O 
Kearney  John,  farmer,  res  E  s  Piedmont  way  nr  Dwight 
Kearney  Thomas,  boots  and  shoes,  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr 

Fiftieth,  Temescal 
Kearney  William,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Kearning  John,  porter  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Kearon  Eobert  E.,  operator  W  U  Tel  Co,  res  1011  Webster 
Keath  Lizzie,  domestic,  NW  cor  Fifth  and  Castro 
Keathly  Lewis,  porter,  res  cor  Nineteenth  and  San  Pablo  av 
Keating  Catherine  M.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Castro  nr  Twentieth 
Keating  James  P.,  bagmaker  Golden  Gate  Mill  (S  F)  res  W 

s  Chester  bet  Tenth  and  Eleventh 
Keating  William,  shipwright,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Kirkham, 

WO 
KEATING  WILLIAM  J.,  confectioner,  309  Twelfth,  res  W 

s  Castro  bet  Nineteenth  and  Twentieth 
Keefe  John,  groceries  and  liquors,  SW  cor  Twenty-fifth  and 

Broadway 
Keefe  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  Grove 
Keefer  Jesse  E.,  clerk  with  Geo.  W.  Swan  &  Co.  (S  F)  res 

N  s  Fifteenth  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 
Keefer  W.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Keefer  William  M.,  coiner's  dept  U  S  Mint  (S  F)  res  N  s 

Fifteenth  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 
Keegan  Timothy,  laborer,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Twenty-fourth 
Keenan  Anna  domestic,  SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Adeline,  W  O 
Keenan  Margaret,  domestic,  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Seven- 
teenth 
Keer  John,  engineer  C  P  E  E,  res  S  s  Grove  bet  Wood  and 

Pine,  W  O 
Keese  Henry,  dishwasher  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Kehoe  Lawrence,  repairer  C  P  E  E,  res  SW  cor  Clay  and 
Fourth 


Insure  your  houses  -with  Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Eastern  Cider  Company,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND    [  X  ]    DIRECTORY.  239 


Reiser  Anton,  laborer  WD  Co,  res  E  s  Cedar  bet  Railroad 
av  and  William,  W  O 

Reith  J.,  machinehand  Oakland  Planing  Mill 

Reith  John,  res  705  Castro 

Reith  Mary,  widow,  res  705  Castro 

Reithley  Lewis  H.,  porter  with  Dunham  &  Bluett,  res  Sixth 
nr  Washington 

Releher  Lizzie,  domestic,  cor  Twelfth  and  Brush 

Releher  Mary,  domestic,  W  s  8th  av  bet  East  Eighteenth 
and  East  Nineteenth 

Relleher  Alfred,  music  teacher  Mills  Seminary 

Reller  Fred,  saloon,  garden  and  res  cor  Shattuck  and  Tele- 
graph av 

Relley  Alex  R.,  ironer  (S  F)  res  W  s  Rirkham  nr  Twelfth 

Relley  Charles,  res  Filbert  bet  Second  and  Third 

Relley  E.  J.  (E.  J.  Relley  &  Bro)  res  828  Franklin 

Relley  James,  laborer  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  N  s  Forty- 
sixth  nr  Telegraph  av 

Relley  James,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Relley  James  F.,  carver  W  D  Co 

Relley  John,  laborer,  res  W  s  Market  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth 

Relley  John,  tapper  Contra  Costa  Water  Co 

Relley  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Willow  nr  Chase,  W  O 

Relley  Joseph,  carpenter  W  D  Co 

Relley  Joseph,  laborer  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  Temescal 

Relley  Michael,  laborer,  res  S  s  Railroad  av  bet  Pine  and 
Cedar,  W  O 

Relley  Patrick,  laborer  W  D  Co 

Relley  Peter,  porter,  res  Blake  House 

Relley  Seraph  A.  Mrs.,  clairvoyant,  res  832  Market 

Relley  Thomas,  distributer  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Relley  Thomas,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  Castro  bet  Fifth  and 
Sixth 

Relley  Thomas,  waiter  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Relley  Zeno,  real  estate,  res  727  Eighth 

KELLOGG  A.  E.,  principal  Golden  Gate  Academy,  res 
X  s  Hawthorne  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Broadway 

Rellogg  Albert  H.,  student  University 

Rellogg  Charles  W.,  school  director,  res  NW  cor  Fifteenth 
and  Grove 

Rellogg  James,  res  912  Sixth,  E  O 

Rellogg  Martin,  dean  and  professor  ancient  languages  Uni- 
versity, res  E  s  Shattuck  nr  University- av,  W  B 

Rellogg  Sheldon  I.,  capitalist,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

KELLOGG  SHELDON  I.  jr.  (John  M.  Lawlor  &  Co.)  res 
Tubbs'  Hotel,  E  O 


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Kellum  E.  M.,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Soracco  House,  W  O 
Kellum  Edward  M.,  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  Philadelphia 

House  (S  F) 
Kelly  Annie,  domestic,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  nr  Clay 
Kelly  Charles  M.,  carpenter,  res  706  Webster 
Kelly  Edward  M.,  carriage  trimmer  with  M.  W.  Allen 
KELLY  E.  J.  (E.  J.  Kelly  &  Co.)  res  660  Ninth 
KELLY  E.  J.  &  CO.  (E.  J.  and  John  B.  Kelly)  real  estate 

agents,  414  Seventh 
Kelly  George  M.,  clerk  with  D.  Eathjen,  res  NWcor  Jeffer- 
son and  Fifth 
Kelly   James  H.,    hostler    with    Mark  McKimmons,    613 

Broadway 
Kelly  James  F.,  laborer,  res   Ss  Lincoln  bet  Wood  and 

£ine,  W  O 
Kelly  James  J.,  plumber,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Twenty- 
first 
Kelly  John,  molder,  res  660  Ninth 
KELLY  JOHN  B.   (E.  J.   Kelly  &  Co.)  res  NE  cor  Sixth 

and  Franklin 
Kelly  John  Mitchel,  machinist,  res  552  East  Eleventh 
Kelly  Katie  A.,  domestic,  W  s  Brush  nr  Seventeenth 
Kelly  Luke  C,  paying  teller  (S  F)  res  W  s  Linden  nr  Eighth 
Kelly  Mary  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Adeline,  W  O 
Kelly  Michael,  boilermaker  C  P  E  E,  res  W  s  Campbell  nr 

Eailroad  av,  W  0 
Kelly  Michael,  field  assistant  City  Engineer,  res'  660  Ninth 
Kelly  P.  T.,  shoemaker,  res  552  East  Eleventh 
Kelly  Eose  Mrs.,  res  660  Ninth 
Kelly  Thomas,  laborer,  res  804  Castro 
Kelly  Thomas  F.,  machinist,  res  552  East  Eleventh 
Kelly  William,  tailor  with  J.  Carter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Kelly  William,  tailor  with  F.  Hallahan,  res  Union  Hotel 
Kelly  William  P.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  William  bet  Wood  and 

Willow,  W  O 
Kelsch  Geo.,  bartender  with  David  Wemmer,  res  416  Eighth 
Kelsey  Bryant,  real  estate,  res  765  Fourteenth 
Kelsey  George  P.,  student  University 

Kelsey  House  and  Cottages,  A.  de  Leo  de  Laguna  proprie- 
tor, W  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Twenty-third  and  Twenty- 
fourth 
Kelsey  John,  farmer,  res  E  s  College  av  nr  Asylum 
Kelsey  John  A.,  compositor  West  Oakland  Press,  res  N  s 

Eailroad  av  bet  Wood  and  Willow 
Kelsey  May  E.   Miss,  proof-reader  Signs  of  the  Times,  res 
NW  cor  Eleventh  and  Castro 

Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


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OAKLAND    [K]    DIRECTORY.  241 

Kelsey  Melville,  insurance  agent  (S  F)  res  765  Fourteenth 
Kelsey  Melville  A.,  clerk  (SF)  res  765  Fourteenth 
KELSEY  NOAH  (Sanford,   Kelsey  &  Co.)  res  N  s  Seven- 
teenth nr  Telegraph  av 
KELSEY  W.    F.,  proprietor  Kelsey's   Nurseries,  res  S  s 

Laurel  nr  Telegraph  av 
KELSEY'S  NURSERIES,  W.    F.  Kelsey  proprietor,    bet 

Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs,  South  Sycamore 
Kelter  John,  carpenter,  res  Soracco  House,  W  O 
Kelton  Alanson  K.,  master  mariner,  res  328  Second 
Kelton  E.  A-,  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  West  End  Hotel 
Kelton  John,  Gen.,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Telegraph  and 

San  Pablo  avs 
Kelton  William,  clerk  with  E.  Maleton,  res  328  Second 
Keinler  Eosa,  domestic,  SF  cor  Ninth  and  Clay 
Kempkey  Augustus,  res  808  Castro 
Kendall  C.  B.,  patent  agent,  res  Knox  House 
Kendall  Jerome  F.,  bookkeeper,  res  SW  cor  Fifth  av  and 

East  Ninth 
Kendell  Nellie  E.  Miss,  retoucher  with  William  B.  Inger- 

soll,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 
Kenfield  Addie  Miss,  res  S  s  Caledonia  av  nr  Grove 
Kenfield  Edgar  D.,  clerk  with  J.  W.  Davidson  &  Co.  (S  F) 

res  S  s  Caledonia  av  nr  Telegraph  av 
Kenna  J.  M.,  engineer  Mills'  Seminary 
KENNARD   W.    R.,  business  manager  Tribune,   res  658 

Ninth 
Kennedy  Daniel,  blacksmith,  res  W  s  Center  opp  Tenth 
Kennedy  James,  res  NE  cor  Second  and  Alice 
Kennedy  Michael,  shoemaker  with  D.  O'Keefe,  res  681  East 

Twelfth 
Kennedy  P   M.,  carpenter,  res  707  Fifth 
Kennedy  Thomas  A.,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 
Kennedy  William,  carpenter,  res  707  Fifth 
Kennedy  William,  milk  dairy,  res  S  s  East  Fourteenth  nr 

Park 
Kennedy  William  W.,  res  832  Thirteenth 
Kennedy  W.  W.,  gasfitter,  res  Overland  House 
Kenney    &    O'Neil   ( John   Kenney  and    Patrick    O'Neil ) 

wines  and  liquors,  420  Seventh 
Kenney  John,  coachman,  res  Weston  nr  Broadway 
Kenney  John  (Kenney  &  O'Neil)  420  Seventh 
Kenney  Margaret,  res  843  Jackson 
Kenney  Martin,  gardener,  res  cor  Peralta  and  Union 
KENNEY  MARY  P.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  811  Wash- 
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Kenney  — ,  res  S  s  Railroad  av  bet  Chester  and  Henry 
Kent   Bell   Miss,    teacher   Lincoln   Grammar   School,  W  s 

Webster  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 
Kent  Daniel  M.,  agent  Emigrant  Union,  res  954  West  Fifth 
Kent  Michael,  hostler,  res  cor  Twelfth  and  Kirkham,  W  O 
Kent  Berez,  agent  (S  F)  res  cor  Twelfth  and  Center 
Kent  R.  F.,  stock  broker  (S  F)  res  561  Eighth 
Kent  Richard  B.,  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  S  s  William  bet 

Pine  and  Cedar,  W  O 
Kent  Thomas  R.,  res  666  Tenth 
Kent  William,  bartender  with  Patrick  Hayes,  res  SE  cor 

Broadway  and  Fourth 
Kenton  — ,  carpenter,  res  519  Eighth 
Kenyon  Thomas  C,  conductor,  res  956  Castro 
Kercheval  J.  H.,  bookkeeper  C  P  R  R,  res  1009  Franklin 
Kerewan  Julia,  domestic,  604  Eighth 
Kerlin  Edward,  clerk  (S  F)  res  569  Eighth 
Kerlin  L.  E.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  569  Eighth 
Kermode  William,  student  University 
Kerney  Patrick,  expressman,  cor  Broadway  and  Seventh,  res 

N  s  Twenty-fifth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Kernippe  Jacob,  laborer,  res  E  s  Wood  nr  Seward,  W  O 
Kerr  Ann  (widow)  res  Filbert  bet  Second  and  Third 
Kerr  Thomas  J.,  res  NE  cor  East  Eighteenth  and  11th  av 
Kersch  Francis,  res  cor  Kennedy  and  Livingstone,  E  O 
Kester  Levi  B.    (McMillan  &  Kester,  S  F)  res  S  s  Division 

bet  Wood  and  Pine,  W  O 
Keyer  John,  engineer  C  P  R  R,  res   Railroad  Exchange, 

WO 
Keyes  Clementina,  res  771  Washington 
Keyes  James,  car  inspector   C   P   R  R,  res  cor  Fifth  and 

Center,  W  O 
Keyes  John,  car  repairer  C  P  R  R,  res  Fifth  bet  Chester 

and  Henry,  W  O 
Keyes  Merlin,  compositor  Daily  Evening  Tribune,  res  771 

Washington 
Kidd  R.,  domestic,  res  W  s  Webster  nr  Orchard  av 
Kihlmeyer  Louis,  res  463  Sixth 
Kilburn  A.,  engineer  C  P  R  R,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and 

Pine,  W  O     ' 
Kilday  James,  car  cleaner  C  P  R  R 
Kiley  Thomas,  painter,  res  758  Brush 
Killey  Martin  M.,  boilermaker  C  P  R  R,  res  Campbell  bet 

Seventh  and  Eighth,  W  O 
Killion  William,  laborer,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
Kimball  A.  M.,  engineer,  res  SW  cor  Thirteenth  and  West 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


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OAKLAND     [J£]    DIRECTORY.  243 

Kimball  C.  D.,  contractor  and  builder,  res  W  s  Franklin  nr 

Durant 
Kimball  James,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  Oakland 

House 
KIMBALL  JAMES  H.,  proprietor  Mansion  House,  NE  cor 

15th  av  and  East  Twelfth 
Kimball  L.  W.,  builder,  res  1023  West  cor  Eleventh 
Kimball   Mary   S.,  principal   Swett   School,  res  cor  East 

Twentieth  and  13th  av 
Kimball  Minnie  T.,  teacher  Lincoln  Grammar  School,  res 

N  s  Plymouth  av  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Broadway 
Kime  A.  W.,  upholsterer  with  P.  Schreiber,  res  Elm  bet 

Grove  and  San  Pablo  av 
Kime  James  H.,  carpenter,  res  res  Elm  bet  Grove  and  San 

Pablo  av 
Kincaid  Letitia,  teacher  Franklin  Grammar  School,  res  311 

Stockton,  S  F 
Kindler  A.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Kinhead  E.  B.,  res  364  Second 
King  &  Williams  (Geo.  A.  King  and  Thos.  S.  Williams) 

blacksmith,    carriage   and  wagon    manufacturers,    414 

Eleventh 
King  Alexander,  carriagemaker,  res  513  Ninth 
King  Anna  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Eleventh  nr  Center 
King  Charles  A.,  student  University 
King  Charles  L.,  printer,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Market 
King  Dennis,  machinist  W  D  Co 
King  George  A.  (King  &  Williams)  res  513  Ninth 
King  George  W.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Willow,  W  0 
King  Henry  L.  jr.,  clerk  with  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co  (S  F)  res 

770  Tenth 
King  Harry  L.,  clerk  with  Grosso  &  May,  res  N  s  Kailroad 

av  nr  Pine,  W  O 
King  John,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
King  John,  stableman  Fashion  Livery  Stable 
King  John  C,  cabinetmaker  W  D  Co 
King  Joseph,  coachman  with  R.  W.  Kirkham 
King  J.  W.,  carpenter  W  D  Co 
King  Kate,  cook,  W  s  Market  nr  Eleventh 
KING  M.  Rev.,  pastor  Church  of  the  Immaculate  Concep- 
tion, res  860  Seventh 
King  Matthew,  nursery,  N  s  Twenty-fifth  bet  Telegraph  av 

and  Broadway 
King  Malcolm  G.,  civil  engineer  and  surveyor,  1004  Broad- 
way, rooms  8-9,  res  211  Twelfth 
King  Marcus  L.,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  1054  Third 


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244  OAKLAND     []£]    DIRECTORY. 

King  Susan,  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

King  Thomas  J.,  collector  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe,  res  323 

Fifth 
King  "William  E.,  bookkeeper  with  Thomas  &  Anderson 
Kingman  John  F.,  boot  cutter,  res  807  "Washington 
Kingman  M.  V.  Mrs.,  teacher  Prescott  Grammar  School, 

res  809  Washington 
Kingsbery  Sanford,  res  59  East  Twelfth 
Kingsbury  Hubert  M.,  clerk  with  Steere  &  Colby,  res  SE 

cor  13th  av  and  East  Twelfth 
Kingsbury  W.  V.,  miner,  res  811  Brush 
Kingsbury  — ,  res  SE  cor  7th  av  and  East  Eleventh 
Kingshol  Richard,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Third  bet  Market  and 

Myrtle 
Kingsland  J.  G.,  student  University 
Kingsland  T.   G.,  clerk  with  Weston  &  Welch,  res   1065 

Twelfth^ 
Kingsland  William  J.,  student  University 
Kingsley  Eleanor  Mrs.,  teacher,  res  1016  Twelfth 
Kingston  George,  laborer,  res  N  s  West  Fifth  bet  Filbert 

and  Linden 
Kinnear  J.  S.,  foreman  sash  and  blind  dept  Oakland  Mills, 

res  661  Washington 
Kinney  Robert  S.,  bookkeeper  with  Wilson,  Merry  &  Co.  (S 

F)  res  SW  cor  Thirteenth  and  Wood,  W  O 
Kinsey  Charles  W.,  auctioneer,  res  965  Castro 
Kinsley  C.  N.,  conductor  C  P  RR,  res  N  s  Eighth  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W  O 
Kirby  James,  plasterer,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Kirby  R.  J.,  carpenter  W  D  Co  0 

Kircalda  Herman,  insurance  agent,  res  Humboldt  Hotel 
Kirchheiner  Henry,  proprietor  Pacific  Candy  Manufactory, 

1007  Broadway 
Kirchheiner  John  Henry,  candy  manufacturer,  store  and  res 

629  East  Twelfth 
Kirchhof  L.,  shipwright,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House, 

WO 
Kirchhoff  Albert,  boatman,  res  661  Broadway 
KIRCHHOFF  BROS  (Charles  and  Conrad  Kirchhoff)  gro- 
ceries and  liquors,  NE  cor  First  and  Franklin 
KIRCHHOFF  CHARLES  (Kirchhoff  Bros)  res  NE  cor  First 

and  Franklin 
KIRCHHOFF  CONRAD  (Kirchhoff  Bros)  res  NE  cor  First 

and  Franklin 
Kirchner  John,  carpenter,  res  258  Fourth 
Kirchoff  Amanda  Miss,  res  NW  cor  Grove  and  Eighth 


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OAKLAND     [  K  ]    DIRECTORY.  245 


Kirchoff  Charles  G.,  student  University 

Kirchoff  Lawrence,  res  E  s  Cedar  nr  Short,  W  O 

Kirk  George,  inspector  Oakland  Gas  Co.,  res  805  Jefferson 

Kirk  George,  gasfitter,  res  Overland  House 

KIRK  O.  0.,  stoves,  tinware,  gasfitting,  plumbing  and  metal 
roofing,  store  and  res  315  East  Twelfth 

Kirk  William,  architect,  954  Broadway 

KIRKALDIE   HERMAN,  (H.  L.   Eoff  &   Co.)    office  907 
Broadway  « 

Kirkham  Ralph  W.  Gen.,  res  58  Eighth 

Kirkpatrick  A.  M.  Mrs.,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 

Kirschoff  Carie,  dressmaker,  res  706  Webster 

Kirschhoff  Conrad,  clerk  with  C.  Hollmann,  res  NW  cor 
Fifth  and  Castro 

Kirwick  Michael,  teamster  with  Remillard  &  Bros. 

Kish  Albert,  tailor  with  S.  Francis,  res  N  s  Twelfth  bet 
Wood  and  Willow,  W  O 

Kittredge  C.  S.,  physician  and   secretary   Board  Health, 
office  and  res  577  Twelfth 

Kittredge  Fannie  Mrs.,  res  766  Fourteenth 

Klaing  Edla,  domestic,  767  Fourteenth 

Klein  Jacob,  bookkeeper  with  E.  D.  Block  &  Co,  res  Cen- 
tral Pacific  Hotel 

Klemm  Jacob,  res  317  Eleventh 

Klemm  Jacob,  gardener  with  J.  H.  Latham,    res  SW  cor 
Ninth  and  Franklin 

Kleupfer  Frederick,  plasterer,  res  224  Fourth 

Klever  Julius,  shipwright  W  D  Co 

Kline  N.,  janitor,  res  857  Clay 

Klinger  Jacob,  cook  Union  Hotel,  E  O 

Klose  Christian  A.,  editor  The  Pacific  (S  F)  res  710  Ninth 

Klotz  Minna,  domestic,  836  Jackson 

Kluegel  Charles  H.,  surveyor,  res  Fourteenth  bet  Adeline 
and  Linden 

Klumpp  &  Kuerzel  (Fred.  Klumpp  and  Robert  Kuerzel)  car- 
riage and  wagonmakers,  608  Broadway 

Klumpp  Fred.  (Klumpp  &  Kuerzel)  res  608  Broadway 

Knapp  Edwin  G.,  student  University 

Knapp  Minnie  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  Blake  House 

Knapp  Sewell,  merchant,  res  E  s  Webster,  bet  Seventeenth 
and  Durant 

Kneale  Benjamin,  blacksmith  and  wagonmaker,   shop  and 

res  E  s  Telegraph  nr  Temescal 
Kneen  William,  compositor  Tribune,  res  E  s  Washington 

bet  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth 
Kneich  William,  res  719  Sixth 


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246  OAKLAND     []£]    DIRECTORY. 

Kneier  George,  res  749  East  Twelfth. 

Kneisch  Jacob,  manufacturer  dress  trimmings,  res  375  Fifth 

Kneisch  William,  manufacturer  dress  trimmings,  res  375 
Fifth 

Knewing  Fred.,  merchant,  res  S  s  Caledonia  av  nr  Grove 

Knib  Christopher,  res  1122  Fifteenth  av 

Knib  Theresa,  res  1122  Fifteenth  av 

Knidgren  C.  W.,  painter,  res  E  s  Linden  nr  Twenty-eighth 

Knight  Elizabeth  S.  Mrs.,  res  Durant  bet  San  Pablo  and 
Telegraph  avs 

Knight  Fred.  W.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Claynr  Seventeenth 

Knight  N.  R.,  clerk  with  B.  P.  Flint  &  Co.  (S  F)  res  1106 
Myrtle 

Knight  W.  H.  shipping,  res  E  s  Webster  bet  Fifteenth  and 
Sixteenth 

Knoche  Peter,  shoemaker,  res  324  Fourth 

Knoflach  Augustin,  teacher  Spanish,  penmanship  and  tele- 
graphy Mills'  Seminary 

Knott  Richard,  res  S  s  University  av  nr  Third,  W  B 

Knowles  C.  C,  dentist  (S  F)  res  cor  4th  av  and  East  Ninth 

Knowles  C.  L.,  carpenter  W  D  Co 

Knowles  Ellen,  domestic,  W  s  Broadway  nr  Moss  av 

Knowles  George  EL,  clerk  CPE  R,  res  S  s  East  Fifteenth 

Knowles  G.  W.,  laborer  W  D  Co 

Knowles  William,  contractor,  res  666  Tenth 

Knowlton  E.,  coacnman  with  George  H.  Wheaton 

Knowlton  N.  S.,  saloon,  cor  Seventh  and  Washington,  res 
Newland's  Hotel 

Knox  —  Mrs.,  res  921  Broadway 

Knox  Henry  E.,  dentist  (S  F)  res  N  s  Merrimac  bet  Tele- 
graph av  and  Broadway 

Knox  House,  W.  S.  Edwards  proprietor,  W  s  Telegraph  av 
bet  Twenty-fifth  and  Twenty-sixth 

Knox  I.  W,  (Palmer,  Knox  &  Co.,  S  F)  res  Knox  House 

Knox  Justin,  res  Knox  House 

Knox  Oscar,  res  1065  Fifth  av,  E  O 

Knudson  Andrew,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Central  Pacific 
Railroad  House,  W  O 

Koch  Gottlieb,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Telegraph  av 

Koehler  H.  J.,  clerk  with  H.  Tum-Suden  &  Co.,  res  Eastern 
Hotel 

KOENIG  &  BFTNCKMANN  (A.  Koenig  and  Edward 
Brinckmann)  real  estate  agents,  472  Seventh 

KOENIG  A.  (Koenig  &  Brinckman)  res  755  Clay 

Kofoed  John  C,  spring  mattras^  maker,  422  Ninth,  res  N  s 
Sixteenth  bet  West  and  Market 


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OAKLAND     [  ]£  ]    DIRECTORY. 


247 


Kohler,  Chase  &  Co.,  pianos,  organs  and  sheet  music,  Broad- 
way bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 

Kohler  Charles,  assayer,  res  N  s  Charter  bet  Telegraph  and 
San  Pablo  avs 

KOHLER  E.  F.,  wholesale  and  retail  wines  and  liquors,  1502 
Railroad  av,  W  O,  res  857  Chester 

Kohler  Frederick,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Kohler  Henry,  polisher  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  SW  cor 
Henry  and  Railroad  av 

Kohler  Hermann,  clerk  with  A.  H.  Hansen,  res  SW  cor  Rail- 
road av  and  Wood,  W  0 

Kohler  R.  J.,  metallurgist,  res  N  s  Charter  bet  Telegraph 
and  San  Pablo  avs 

KOHLER  WILLIAM,  proprietor  California  saloon,  832 
Broadway,  res  834  Broadway 

Kohn  Leopold,  clerk  with  J.  Greenhood  &  Bros.,  res  1053 
Broadway 

Kohoa  L.,  car  cleaner  C  P  R  R 

Kolb  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Railroad  av  bet  Adeline 
and  Union 

Kolman  Louisa,  domestic,  770  Thirteenth 

Konig  Claus  H.,  painter,  res  SE  cor  Lydia  and  Curtis 

Konecke  H.,  boots  and  shoes,  912  Broadway,  res  SW  cor 
San  Pablo  and  Twenty-fifth 

Koob  Adam,  butcher,  20-22  City  Market,  res  cor  Telegraph 
av  and  Frederick 

Kornahrens  H.  (Koster  &  Co.)  res  SW  cor  Tenth  and  Web- 
ster 

Koster  &  Co.  (H.  Koster  and  H.  Kornahrens)  groceries, 
wines  and  liquors,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Tenth 

Koster  Herman  (Koster  &  Co.)  res  SW  cor  Ninth  and  Web- 
ster 

Kraft  Ernst,  carpenter,  res  752  Franklin 

Kraft  George  R.,  barkeeper  with  Metzler  &  Peru,  res  471 
Eighth 

Krag  F.  W.,  laborer  W  D  Co 

Kramer  Peter,  laborer,  res  N  s  Forty-ninth  nr  Telegraph  av 

KRAMM  &  DIEVES  (Charles  Kramm  and  Joseph  Dieves) 
proprietors  Oakland  Brewery,  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Du- 
rant  and  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway 

KRAMM  CHARLES  (Kramm  &  Dieves)  res  NE  cor  Tele- 
graph av  and  Durant 

Krause  E.  F.,  poet,  res  Blake  House 

Kreinborg  Bernhard,  driver  Brooklyn  Brewery,  res  SW  cor 
18th  av  and  East  Fourteenth 


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OAKLAND    [  ]£  ]    DIRECTORY. 


Krepper  N.,  guns,  pistols  and  cutlery,  420  Eleventh,   res 

324  Twelfth 
Krepper  F.,  clerk  with  N.  Krepper,  res  420  Eleventh 
Kretz  Anton,   laborer  with  G.  F.  Crist,  res  cor  22d  av  and 

East  Twelfth 
Kreutzfeld  Samuel,  car  cleaner  C  P  RE,  res  S  s  Atlantic 

bet  Willow  and  Campbell,  W  O 
KREYENHAGEN  E.  (E  Kreyenhagen  &  Co.)  res  458  Sixth 
KREYENHAGEN  E  &  CO.  (E.  Kreyenhagen  &  Dietrich 

Menke)    groceries,    provisions    and    liquors,   NW    cor 

Broadway  and  Sixth 
Kriger  Charles,   gardener,    res  SE  cor  Twenty-fourth  and 

Myrtle 
Kroll  Martin,  res  1228  Broadway 
Kroll  William  F.,  res  1228  Broadway 
Kronberg  Bernhard,  driver  Washington  Brewery 
Kruse  John,  res  305  Second 
Krye  Frederick,  wines  and  liquors,  saloon  and  res  SE  cor 

Seventh  and  Webster 
Kuber  G.,  stableman  Dexter  Stable 
Kuenzi  J.  R.,  res  405  Ninth 

Kuerzel  Bobet  (Klumpp  &  Kuerzel)  res  608  Broadway 
Kuhn  Leopold,  shoemaker,   res  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Market 

and  West 
Kumiston  William,  res  472  East  Eleventh 
Kumpf  Peter,   tinsmith  with  James  Dalziel,  res  cor  Filbert 

and  Thirtieth 
Kundert  Frederic,  bootmaker,  47  San  Pablo  av 
Kunkel  A.,  laborer,  res  Union  Hotel 

Kunkel  Bros.   (Frederick  and  Daniel  Kunkel)  brick  manu- 
facturers, cor  11th  av  and  East  Twenty-first 
Kunkel  Daniel  (Kunkel  Bros.)  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
Kunkel  Frederick  (Kunkel  Bros.)  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
Kunzel  Andrew,  ,brickmaker  with  Kunkel  Bros.,   res  Union 

Hotel,  E  O 
Kurtz  Albert,  res  Kelsey  House 
Kurtz  B.  C,  res  Mansion  House 
Kurtz  B.  C,   stocks  (S  F)  res  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Clay  and 

Jefferson 
Kurtsler  — ,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Kuss  Peter,  painter,  res  S  s  Locust  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Kustel   Oscar,    master   mariner,    res   NW   cor   Curtis   and 

Twentieth 
Kuster  Louis,    woodcarver  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,    res  24 

Frederick  (S  F) 


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OAKLAND     [  L  ]    DIRECTORY.  249 

Kyle  Robert  B.,   stockbroker  (S  F)   res  NE  cor  Eighth  and 

Brush 
Kyle  Robert  G.,  res  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Brush 
Kyte  James  C-,  carpenter,  res  364  Third 


L 

LA  CAISSE  GENERATE  (French  Insurance  Corporation) 

B.  C.  Dick  agent,  1004  Broadway 
La  Comb  Joseph,   printer  with  Butler  &  Bowman,   res  419 

Seventh 
La  Curtis  William,  dishwasher  with  Yiscovich  &  Donahue, 

460  Seventh 
La  Due  Joseph,  shipwright  W  D  Co 
La  Fleche  G.  T.,  switchman  C  P  R  R,  res  413  Ninth 
La  Fleche  Hercule,  gardener,  946  Adeline 
La  Fleche  Joseph,  laborer,   E  s  Bushnell  nr  University  av, 

Berkelev 
La  Grange  6.  H.,   superintendent  U  S  Mint  (S  F)  res  226 

Eleventh 
La  Mere  Mary,  res  cor  Twenty-seventh  and  West 
La  Mont  Thomas,  shipwright  W  D  Co 
La  Pearle  Edward  A.,  blacksmith,  res  371  Fourth 
LAAGE  WILLIAM  (Milev  <fc  Laage)  res  405  Ninth 
Lacy  T.  J.,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Lafayette  School,   Mrs.  Abbie  F.   Aldrich  principal,   W  s 

Jefferson  bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth 
Lafferty  &  Coursen   (Owen   Lafferty   and  E.  A.  C  our  sen) 

butchers,  461  Third 
Lafferty  Owen  (Lafferty  &  Coursen)  res  363  First 
Lagorio  Eouis,   salesman  Camelloni  &  Co.,   res  Myrtle  bet 

First  and  Third 
Lahr  Amelia,  waitress  Grand  Western  Restaurant,  W  O 
Lahr  Clara,  waitress  Grand  Western  Restaurant,  W  O 
Lahr  Peter,  bootmaker  with  Hirshberg  &  Morrison,  res  708 

Franklin 
Laidlaw  Alexander,  civil  engineer,  res  304  Tenth 
Laidlaw  Frank,  bookkeeper  with  Walter  Laidlaw,  res  304 

Tenth 
LAIDLAW     WALTER,    proprietor     Mendocino    Lumber 

Yard,  SE  cor  Seventh  and  Brush,  res  304  Tenth 
Lake  Edward  H.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  nr  Curtis 
Lake  Henry,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Market  nr  Twenty-fourth 
Lake  Merritt  Boat  House,  T.  M.  Blair  proprietor,  Twelfth-st 

Bridge 


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250  OAKLAND    [L]    DIRECTORY. 

LAKE  THOMAS  (Tharsing  &  Lake)  res  Fruit  Vale 
Lallement  Charles,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Twenty-fifth 
Lally  John,  laborer,  res  716  Fifth 
Lamb  Horace  C,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Maple  nr  Forty-eighth, 

Temescal 
Lamb  James,  butcher  with  Prescott  &  Co,  res  cor  15th  av 

and  East  Fourteenth 
Lamb  James,  peddler,  res  E  s  17th  av  bet  East  Fourteenth 

and  East  Fifteenth 
Lamb  John,  carpenter,  res  N  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  15th 

and  16th  avs 
Lamb  Pearce,  student  University 
Lamb  Peter,  painter,  res  E  s  13th  av  bet  East  Sixteenth  and 

East  Seventeenth 
Lamb  Richard,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Prospect  av  nr  Tel  av 
Lamb  William,  teamster,  cor  B  and  West  nr  tannery 
Lamballot  Louis,  res  Redwood  av  nr  Fruit  Nale  av 
Lambert  Charles,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  bet  Brush 

and  West 
Lambert  Ferdinand,  res  1129  Eighth  av,  E  O 
Lambert  James,  res  373  Fourth 
Lambert  Jennie  Miss,  teacher,  res  577  Eighth 
Lambert  John  C,  farmer,  res  cor  College  and  Telegraph 

avs,  Berkeley 
Lambert  Joseph,  saloon  and  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Tem- 
escal Creek 
Lambert  William,  res  559  Eighth 
Lamey  George,  shipwright  W  D  Co 
Lamke  John,  laborer  with  Kunkel  Bros 
LAMOUREUX  THEOPHILUS  (Remillard  &  Co)  res  355 

Tenth 
Lampe  Charles,  carpenter,  res  cor  Chapel  &  Bancroft  way, 

Berkeley 
Lampe  Peter,  driver  San  Pablo  R  R,  res  Summer  nr  San 

Pablo  av 
Lamphere  James,  laborer,  res  709  East  Twelfth 
Lamping  P.  A.,  doorkeeper  U  S  Mint  (S  F)  res  577  Eighth 
Lamping  Peter,  hackman  with  Newland  &  Pumyea,  res  462 

Seventh 
Lamson  G.  F.,  auctioneer,  res  728  Eighth 
Lamson  Leo,  res  607  Sixth 
Lancaster  H.  B.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Cedar  bet  Railroad  av  and 

William,  AV  O 
Lancaster  Henry,  carpenter,  res  758  Jefferson 
Lancaster  John,  engineer  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe,  res  N  s 

Taylor  bet  Pine  and  Cedar 


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Drink  Napa  Soda,  a  pure  natural  Mineral  Water.   Gordon,  Agt 


OAKLAND     [Xj]    DIRECTORY.  251 

Landegan  James,  farmer,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal     g. 

creek  ^ 

Landers  W.  S.,  adjuster  insurance  (S  F)  res  The  Centennial  g 
Landis  Christ.,  carpenter,  res  cor  Union  and  Twenty-fourth  g 
Landlard  August,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry  g 

LANDON  A"LSON,  president   Turbine  Windmill  Co,  N  s   |  g 

Second  bet  Washington  and  Broadway,  res  828  Myrtle     g 
LANDON  WILLIAM  W.,  secretary  Turbine  Windmill  Co,     ^ 

N  s  Second  bet  Washington  and  Broadway,   res  413    <Sj. 

Ninth  1 3 

Landreau  Peter,  res  407  First  g: 

Landregan  John,  laborer  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe 
Lane  Charles  W.,  physician,   res  SW  cor  Twentieth   and    *g 

Curtis  8 

Lang  Harris,  salesman  with  Coffee  &  Furst,  res  516  Fifth         a 
Langbehn  Peter,  driver  San  Pablo  av  E  E  Co,  res  cor  Sum- 
mer and  San  Pablo  av 
Langdon  Forrest,  conductor  C  P  E  E,  res  N  s  Eighth  bet 

Wood  and  Pine 
Langdon  Sheldon  W.,  currier,  res  N  s  Division  nr  Wood 
Lange   Theodore,    butcher,    NW   cor    Twenty-second    and 

Market 
Langford  Thomas,  boilermaker  W  T>  Co,  res  Charter  Oak 

Hotel,  W  O 
Langley  Frank  N.,  farmer,  res  E  s  Willow  nr  Chase,  W  0 
Lanne  Vincent,  French  bakery,  912  Franklin 
Lannon  Bernard,  laborer,  res  774  Fifth 
Lanterman  Jacob  L.,  fanner,  res  W  s  Market  nr  Eighteenth 
Laphan  John  P.,  wholesale  butcher,  res  SW  cor  10th  av  and 

East  Fifteenth 
Larkin  A.  B.,  conductor  C  P  E  E,  res  Oakland  Wharf 
Larmer  A.  B.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Chestnut  nr  Third 
Laroche  E.  Mrs.,  lodgings,  461  Ninth 
Larrabee  C.  E.,  cabinetmaker,  res  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet 

19th  and  20th  avs 
Larrieu  Augustus,  conductor  C  P  E  E,  res  S  s  Goss  bet 

Wood  and  Pine,  W  O 
Larsen  Albert,  calker  W  D  Co 
Larsen  Georgina  Mrs.,  res  658  Third 
Larsen  Nicholas,  calker  W  D  Co 
Larsen  Peter,  laborer  with  Thomas  &  Anderson,  res  Eland 

House 
Larsen  Samuel,  boxmaker,  res  658  Third 
Larson  Ame,  res  661  Grove 
Larson  Charles,  wood  carver  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  371 

Fifth 


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Larson  Gilbert,  bootmaker,  shap  and  res  W  s  University  av 

nr  Sixth,  W  B 
Larson  Lawrence,  gardener,  res  NW  cor  Market  and  Eigh- 
teenth 
Larson  Louis,  band  sawyer  with  Grove-st  Planing  Mill 
LARUE  JAMES,  proprietor  Oakland  lumber  yard,  cor  14th 

av  and  East  Eleventh,  res  East  Twelfth  bet  13th  and 

14th  avs 
Larue  John,  clerk  with  James  Larue,  res  East  Twelfth  bet 

13th  and  14th  avs 
Larue  Lucas  B.,  clerk  with  James  Larue,  res  East  Fifteenth 

bet  16th  and  17th  avs 
LARUE'S  WHARF,  SW  cor  14th  av  and  East  Eleventh 
Lasette  F.,  ship  joiner  C  P  E  B,  res  Soracco  House,  W  O 
Latham  James  H.,  stock  broker,  res  SE  cor  Jackson  and 

Lake 
LATHROP  FR4.NK  H.,  photographer  with  Bluett  &  Ear- 
don,  res  Sixteenth  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 
Lathrop  Solomon,  watchmaker  with    W.   Wilson,   res  N  s 

Sixteenth  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 
Laudy  Raymond,  butcher  with  J.  H.  Davis,  res  W  s  13th  av 

bet  Twelfth  and  Fourteenth,  E  O 
Lauer  Martin,  gardener,  res  N  s  Eleventh  nr  Castro 
Laughland  William,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  658 

Madison 
Laughlin  — ,  painter  res  517  Sixth 
Lauston  Christian,  res  cor  Myrtle  and  Twenty-fourth 
Laverette  Frank,  farmer,  E  s  Shattuck  J  mile  N  Temescal 
Laveccy  Frank,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Lawler  James,  confectioner  with  Bruning  Bros 
Lawler  John  J.,  master  car  repairer  C  P  R  R,  res  Eighth 

bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W  O 
Lawless  Patrick,  blacksmith,  shop  and  res  Forty-fifth  nr 

Telegraph  av 
LAWLOR  JOHN  M.  (John  M.  Lawlor  &  Co.)  res  Tubbs' 

Hotel 
LAWLOR  JOHN  M  &  CO.   (John  M.   Lawlor  and   S.    I. 

Kellogg  jr.)  proprietors  Tubbs'  Hotel,  N  s  East  Twelfth 

bet  4th  and  5th  avs 
LAWRENCE    DeWITT    C,  editor  and   proprietor   West 

Oakland  Press  and  notary  public,  res  5  Pine,  W  O 
Lawrence  E.  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1228  Broadway 
Lawrence  Eliza,  dressmaker,  578  Thirteenth 
LAWRENCE  EDWARD  M.,  foreman  with  H.  M.  Ames, 

res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal  creek 
Lawrence  G.  A.,  tinsmith,  res  Sunny  side  House 

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OAKLAND    [Xj]    DIRECTORY.  253 

Lawrence  H.  J.  Mrs,,  dressmaker,  res  1069  Thirteenth 

Lawrence  Joseph,  laborer,  res  S  s  East  Fifteenth  bet  18th 
and  19th  avs 

Lawrence  Lewis,  clerk  with  E.  D.  Block  &  Co.,  res  707 
Franklin 

Lawrence  Nathan,  laborer,  res  W  s  Chestnut  nr  Thirty- 
second 

LAWRIE  A.  G.,  searcher  of  records  for  Alameda  Co.,  office 
County  Court  House,  room  7,  res  SW  cor  Jackson  and 
Eleventh 

Lawrie  James,  with  Evening  Tribune,  res  cor  Fifth  and  Cen- 
ter 

Lawson  Alfred  Bird,  paper  carrier  with  H.  C.  Hollub,  res 
415  Fourth 

Lawson  Henry,  coachman  with  Hiram  Tubbs 

Lawson  William,  cook  Grand  Western  Restaurant,  W  O 

Lawton  E.  H.  Mrs.,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-second  and  Tele- 
graph av 

Lawton  Israel,  capitalist,  Union  Bank  building,  res  1207 
Castro 

Lawton  James,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Lawyer  Perry,  carpenter  and  furnished  rooms,  517  Ninth 

Layton  H.  J.  Mrs.,  proprietor  Star  House,  S  s  Railroad  av 
bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W  O 

Le  Ballister  T.  W.,  blacksmith  with  Northey  &  McGrath, 
res  East  Fourteenth  bet  15th  and  16th  avs 

Le  Clair  Peter,  carpenter,  res  N  s  East  Eleventh  bet  7th  and 
8th  avs 

LE  CONTE  JOHN, .  prof essor  University  of  Cal.,  res  S  s 
Dwight  way  nr  Ellsworth,  B 

LE  CONTE  JOSEPH,  professor  University  of  Cal.,  res  S  s 
Strawberry  creek  nr  Telegraph  av 

Le  Conte  Sallie  E.  Miss,  student  University 

Le  Duke  William,  dishwasher  Washington  Hotel 

Le  Fevre  — ,  carpenter,  res  563  Second 

Le  Fevre  Charles,  cook,  res  607  Franklin 

Le  Fevre  Frank,  carpenter  Enterprise  Mills,  res  555  Frank- 
lin 

Le  Fevre  Jose,  hostler,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

Le  Page  Louis,  carpenter,  res  469  Fourth 

Le  Prince,  Peter,  driver  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av  R  B, 
res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal  creek 

Lea  Harry,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  561  Fifth 

Leahy  John,  painter,  res  SW  cor  Adeline  and  Seventh 

Leahy  Stephen,  compdsitor  Tribune,  res  Erie  nr  Fourteenth, 
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Leake  Benjamin  T.,  res  SW  cor  West  and  Seventeenth 

Leake  Henry  A.,  atty-at-law,  Union  Bank  building,  res  1207 
Castro 

Leary  Cornelius,  laborer,  res  N  s  Lydia  nr  Curtis 

Leathers  L.  L.,  artifician  stone  manufacturer,  res  615  Frank- 
lin 

Leavenworth  Royal,  teamster  with  Charles  Jones,  res  cor 
Market  and  Twelfth 

Leavitt  Anna  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Thirty-ninth 

Leber  Frank,  watchman  with  G.  F.  Crist 

Leber  Lewis,  carpenter,  res  1166  Sixteenth  av,  E  O 

Lebricht  William,  blacksmith  with  James  Galvin,  res  Frank- 
lin bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth 

Leek  Henry,  student  University 

Leckie  R.  S.,  clerk  with  A.  G.  Lawrie,  res  SW  cor  Clay  and 
Ninth 

Leckie  William,  salesman  with  J.  J.  O'Brien  &  Co.,  res  cor 
Ninth  and  Clay 

Lecomb  Joseph,  printer,  res  417  Seventh 

Ledden  James  A.,  driver  People's  Express,  857  Broadway 

Ledden  John  E.  (Ledden,  Whipple  &  Co.,  S  F)  res  NE  cor 
Jackson  and  Fifteenth 

Ledden  Thomas,  res  NE  cor  Jackson  and  Fifteenth 

Lee  A.  W.,  tinsmith  with  O.  C.  Kirk 

Lee  Benjamin  F.,  broker  (S  F)  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Willow, 
WO 

Lee  D.  C,  bootblack  (S  F)  res  cor  Thirtieth  and  Magnolia 

Lee  Edward  J.,  tinsmith  with  J.  J.  O'Shea,  res  St  Charles 
Hotel 

LEE  GEORGE  W.,  real  estate  agent,  N  s  Railroad  av  nr 
-     Wood,  W  0,  res  6  Pine,  W  0 

Lee  Henry  C,  accountant,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Mc- 
Clure's  Academy 

Lee  H.  H.,  capitalist,  res  cor  Twelfth  and  Washington 

Lee  Thomas,  seaman,  res  406  First 

Lee  Wah  (Chinese)  laundry,  367  Ninth 

Lee  William,  mining,  res  Russell  House 

Lee  William  H.,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Lee  William  J.,  painter,  res  SE  cor  Jefferson  and  Sixteenth 

Leeper  William,  wines  and  liquors,  and  foreman  with  Smith 
Bros.,  saloon  and  res  SW  cor  Adeline  and  Seventh 

Lees  W.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill 

Leet  S.  T.,  mining,  res  152  Fifth 

LEFEVRE  ALFRED,  dentist,  NW  cor  Eighth  and  Broad- 
way, res  832  Alice 

Leffingwell  William  H.,  student  University 


Insure  your  houses  -with  Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  Ice,  469  Ninth  at. 


OAKLAND     [L]    DIRECTORY.  255 

Lefort  Edward,  clerk,  res  719  Seventh 

Legget  A.  Mrs.,  res  The  Centennial 

LEHMANN  HENRY  G.,  bootmaker,  1155  Broadway,  res 

Filbert  nr  Thirtieth 
Lehinann  Joseph,  gardener,  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr  Grove 
Leighow  James,  laborer  with  J.  Lusk&  Co.,  res  corEvoy  av 

and  Lusk 
Leighton  Margaret,  chambermaid  Tubbs  Hotel 
Leighton  Thomas  A.,   carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res 

E  s  Pine  nr  Lincoln,  W  O 
Leimert  Louis,  real  estate,  res  927  Myrtle 
Leitch  David,  driver  with  Thompson  Bros.,  res  611  Third 
Lekgoat  Louis,  laborer,  res  363  Third 
Lemon  James  M.,  contractor,  res  NW  cor  Fourteenth  and 

Castro 
Lemon  S.,  apothecary,  E  s  Broadway  bet  Third  and  Fourth 
Lemon  William,  farmer,  res  S  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  21st  and 

22d  avs 
Lemon  William  M.,  books,  stationery  and  produce,  475  East 

Twelfth 
Lener  Joseph  A.,  bootblack,  459  Seventh,  res  513  Sixth 
Lenjen  John,  nursery,  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  Filbert 
Lennon  Patrick,  teamster,  res  N  s  Twenty-fifth  bet  Broadway 

and  Telegraph  av 
LENTELL  JAMES,  harness,  saddlery  and  whips,  NW  cor 

Franklin  and  Eleventh,  res  1019  Webster 
Leonard  Ambrose,  tinsmith  with  J.  J.  O'Shea,  res  cor  Twen- 
ty-fourth and  SanJPablo  av 
Leonard  Charles  W.,  physician,  res  810  Myrtle 
Leonard  Edward,  tailor,  res  409  Sixth 
Leonard   George, ^patternmaker,    res  SE   cor   Walton  and 

Grove 
Leonard  George,  laborer,  res  Ames'  Butchertown 
Leonard  George  D.,  machine  hand  Brooklyn  Planing  Mill, 

res  471  Ninth 
Leonard  Margaret,   widow,   res   S  s  Dwight  way  nr  Tele- 
graph av,  Berkeley 
Leonard  Mary,  nurse,  res  953  Market 
Leonard  Willard,  real  estate  (S  F)  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr 

Telegraph  av 
Leonhard  Frederick,  proprietor   Central  Pacific  Railroad 

House,  NE  cor  Bay  and  Willow,  W  O 
Leonhardt  Henry,  res  268  Fifth 
Leopold  Barney,  tanner,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  20th  and 

21st  avs 
Leopold  Joseph,  laundrynian  Contra  Costa  Laundry 


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256  OAKLAND     [L]    DIRECTORY. 

Lepont  F.,  res  701  Clay 

Leroy  Alfred,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Prospect  av  nr  Broadway, 
rear 

Leroy  C,  florist,  SW  cor  Alice  and  Twelfth 

Lesher  William  F.,  conductor  C  P  E  B,  res  N  s  Seventeenth 
nr  Cypress,  W  O 

Leslie  George,  teamster,  res  915  Fifth 

Letter  George,  clerk  with  J.  Letter,  res  SW  cor  Eleventh^ 
and  Clay 

Letter   Jacob,   clothing  and   gents'   furnishing  goods,    957 
Broadway,  res  SW  cor  Eleventh  and  Clay 

Levanway  William  A.,  physician,  1068  Broadway,  res  832 
Market 

Levens  Peter,  engineer,  res  S  s  Short  nr  Cedar,  W  O 

Leverett  Edward  J.,  wild  game,  res  cor  West  and  Twenty- 
eighth 

Leveridge  Frank,  coachman  with  Coll  Deane 

Levi  Leonidas,  engineer  C  P  E  E,  res  SE  cor  Fourth   and 
Harrison ' 

Levy  Henry  E.,  clerk  with  A.  N.  Wachs,  res  Broadway  bet 
Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 

Levy  Lazard,  clerk  with  E.  D.  Block  &  Co.,  res  951  Broad- 
way 

Lewis  A.  Mrs.,  res  E  s  11th  av  bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East 
Sixteenth 

Lewis  C.  J.  Mrs.,  res  212  Fourth 

LEWIS  COLUMBUS  R.  (C.  E,  Lewis  &  Co.)  res  cor  Nine- 
teenth and  Brush 

LEWIS  C.  R.  &  CO.   (Columbus  E.   Lewis)  produce  com- 
mission, 1009  Broadway 

Lewis  E.  F.,  brakeman  C  P  E  E 

Lewis  George,  blacksmith,  res  E  s  8th  av  bet  East  Eleventh 
and  East  Twelfth 

Lewis  George  W.,  bookkeeper  with  Shakespear  &  Walter 

Lewis  J.  M.,  broker,  res  462  Twelfth 

Lewis  John,  res  1178  Sixteenth  av,  E  O 

Lewis  John  F.,  civil  engineer,  res  212  Fourth 

Lewis  John  T.,  tinsmith  with  F.  Schimmelpfennig,  res  E  s 
8th  av  bet  East  Eleventh  and  East  Twelfth 

Lewis  Saul,  tobacconist,  res  Kelsey  House 

Lewis  Thomas,  laundryman  Contra  Costa*  Laundry 

Lewthwaite  Alexander,  bookkeeper,  res  E  s  5th  av  bet  East 
Seventeenth  and  East  Eighteenth 

Ley  decker  Th.  W.,  saloon  (S  F)  res  N  s  Thirteenth  nr  Wil- 
low, W  O 

Leyrer  Gustav,  bootmaker,  424  Ninth 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs,  469  Ninth  st. 
OAKLAND    [  L  ]    DIRECTORY.  257 

Liberty  Hall,  835  Brush 

Lichtenthaler  M.  Miss,  res  666  Tenth 

Liebes  Louis,  tobacconist  (S  F)  res  Kelsey  House 

Liebmann  Louis,  clerk  wfth  E.  D.  Block  &  Co,  res  856  Brush 

Liese  Henry,  butcher,  765  East  Twelfth,  res  763  East 
Twelfth 

Lieveau  Charles,  cook  with  Remillard  &  Bros. 

Lightner  Isaac,  carpenter  with  H.  W.  Barnes,  res  Second 
bet  Broadway  and  Washington 

LILIENCRANTZ  A.,  physician  and  surgeon,  res  263 
Twelfth 

Lille  Joseph,  clerk  CPEE,  res  N  s  William  bet  Wood  and 
and  Pine,  W  O 

Linahan  Julia,  domestic,  1165  Clay 

Lincke  Rudslph,  carriage  trimmer  with  Sohst  Bros.,  res  722 
Myrtle 

Lincoln  Grammar  School,  A.  F.  Craven  principal,  NE  cor 
Tenth  and  Alice 

LINCOLN  OSCAR  (Carl  &  Co.)  res  917  Jefferson 

Lind  S.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Fifth  nr  Center 

Lindall  J.  F.,  laborer  W  D  Co 

Linderman  J.  H.,  cook  Contra  Costa  laundry 

Linderman  Henry,  carpenter,  res  cor  Thirty -ninth  and  Grove 

Lin  die  J.,  laborer,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 

Lindop  Charles,  carriage  trimmer  with  Northey  &  McGrath, 
res  Mansion  House,  E  O 

Lindsay  C.  Mrs.,  midwife,  res  NE  cor  East  Twelfth  and  12th 
av 

Lindsay  John,  painter,  res  NE  cor  East  Twelfth  and  12th  ^v 

Link  Caspar,  saloonkeeper,  res  817  Filbert 

LIPPMANN  ABRAHAM,  dry,  fancy,  furnishing  goods  and 
boots  and  shoes,  841  Broadway 

Lippold  Bernard;  tanner,  res  S  s  East  Twelfth  nr  18th  av 

Lissak  Albert,  student  University 

Lister  Archibald,  train  dispatcher  C  P  B  R,  res  W  s  Ches- 
ter nr  Tenth,  W  O 

Litje  William  H.,  cigars  and  varieties,  N  s  Railroad  av  bet 
Pine  and  Wood,  W  O 

Little  Frank,  teamster,  res  cor  Brown  and  Market 

Little  James  R.,  accountant,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  West 

Little  Samuel,  woodturner  Brooklyn  Planing  Mill,  res  Cale- 
donia av  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Brush 

Little  William  C.  (Taylor  &  Co.)  res  W  s  Broadway  bet 
.  Hawthorne  and  Moss  avs 

Little john  — ,  res  W  s  7th  av  bet  East  Tenth  and  East  Elev- 
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Live  Oak  Lodge,  No.  17,   Knights  of  Pythias,   meet  Wed- 
nesday evening  105  Broadway 
Liverpool  and  London  and  Globe  Ins  Co,  W.  F.  Hitchcock, 

agent,  958  Broadway 
Livingstone  Carrie,  nurse,  721  Fourteenth 
Livingstone  Fred.   S.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  bet 

Broadway  and  Telegraph  av 
Lloyd  Benjamin  E.,  res  N  s  Second  nr  Jackson 
Lloyd  Richard,   painter,  res  E  s   Shattuck  nr  Higgins  av, 

Berkeley 
Lock  Z.,  expressman,  res  SW  cor  "William  and  Willow,  WO 
Lockerman  William,  capitalist,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel, 

WO 
Lockett  K.,  porter  C  P  R  R 
Lockington  William  N.,  architect,  res  cor  Thirty-fifth  and 

San  Pablo  av 
Lockstaedt  L.,  teacher  music,  res  1006  Webster 
Loebenstein   Jacob,  real  estate  and   insurance   agent,  903 

Broadway,  res  831  Branklin 
Loeper  Charles,  propr  brass  foundry,  904  Washington 
LOGAN  &  CONRAD   (O.  C.    Logan  and  B.   S.   Conrad) 

groceries  and  provisions,  861^  Broadway 
Logan  H.  Clay,  bookkeeper  CPKK(SF)  res  12  Pine,  WO 
Logan  James,  laborer,  res  W  s  Harrison  bet  Third  and 

Fourth 
Logan  John,  laborer,  res  Central  House 
Logan  Milburn  H.,  student  University 
LOGAN  OLIVER  C.  (Logan  &  Conrad)  res  914  Harrison 
Lohman  I.  (Lohman,  Coghill  &  Bountree,  S  F)  res  SW  cor 

Madison  and  Lake 
Lohmann  Henry,  with  A.  H.  Hansen,  res  1751  Bailroad  av 
Lohrmann  John,  pickle  factory  (S  F)  res  Pierce  nr  Chase, 

WO 
Lohsan  John  H.,  laborer,  res  N  s  Spring  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Lolola  Antone,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Lolola  Joseph,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
LONDON    AND    LANCASHIRE    INSURANCE    CO.  (of 

England)  Stephen  Smith  agent,  917  Broadway 
LONDON    ASSURANCE    CORPORATION,   B.    C.    Dick 

agent,  1004  Broadway 
Long  A.  M.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Frederick  nr  Telegraph  av 
Long  A.  T.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Henry  bet  West  Fifth  and 

Seventh 
Long  Edward,  painter,  res  466  Sixth 
Long  Emery  M.,  timekeeper  W  D  Co,  res  Grand  Western 

Hotel,  W  O 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


Eureka  Refrigerator  the  best,  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 

OAKLAND    [  L  ]    DIRECTORY.  259 

Long  James,  laborer,  res  S  s  Lydia  nr  Curtis 

Long  James,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  nr  Market 

Long  John,  laborer  W  D  Co.,  res  Magnolia  bet  Second  and 

Third 
Long  M.  A.  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Taylor  and  Pine,  W  O 
Long  N.  J.,  furnished  rooms,  res   SW  cor   Franklin  and 

Third 
Longchamp  Joseph,  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  S  s  William  bet 

Wood  and  Willow,  W  O 
Loper  Charles,  brass  finisher  (S  F)  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr 

Center,  WO 
Lopez  Joseph,  farmer,  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  University  av 
Lopus   Charles,   teamster  with  Thomas   &   Anderson,    res 

Castro  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth 
LORBER    FRANK,   proprietor  Soracco  House,   NW  cor 

Railroad  av  and  Pine,  W  O 
Lorence  Louisa  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  707  Franklin 
Lorensen  Michael,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Third 
Loring  Arthur,  brakeman  C  P  R  R,  res  1054  Tenth 
Loring  George  Y.,  secretary  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av  R 

R  Co.,  res  1054  Tenth 
Loring  Williston  A.,  res  S  s  Railroad  av  bet  Chester  and 

Henry 
Lorquin  E.  F.,  naturalist  (S  F)  res  E  s  Elm  nr  Hawthorne 

av 
Lorress  John,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Loud   Warren,  merchant,  res  NW  cor  Telegraph  av  and 

Charter 
Lougee  C.  H.,  carpenter  W  D  Co.,  res  S  s Eighth  nr  Chester, 

WO 
Lough  Harry  (Cassidy  &  Lough)  res  N  s  Fifth  bet  Wash- 
ington and  Clay 
LOUGHBOROUGH   A.    M.   Mrs.,  secretary  Signs  of  the 

Times,  res  NW  cor  Eleventh  and  Castro 
Louie  Thomas,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Louis  John,  res  N  s  East  Eleventh  bet  12th  and  13th  avs 
Louisiana  House,  William  Howlett  proprietor,  420  First 
Love  James  H.,  clerk,  res  E  s  Franklin  bet  Seventeenth  and 

Durant 
Love  William  H.,   carpenter,   res  S  s  Bay  pi  (Twenty,  sixth) 

nr  Telegraph  av 
Lovejoy  R.  Miss,  tailoress,  res  N  s  William  bet  Wood  and 

Pine,  W  O 
Loveland  I.  E.,  engineer  C  P  R  R  steamers,  res  E  s  Pine  nr 

Lincoln,  W  O 
Lovett  O.  H.,  laborer  with  Joseph  Hunt        • 

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Low  Benjamin  K.   (Medbury  &  Low)  res  cor  Chapel  and 

Bancroft  way,  Berkeley 
Low  F.  G.  jr.,   bookkeeper,   res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Twenty- 
third 
Lowden  Samuel,  mining,  res  W  s  Center  nr  Tenth,  W  O 
Lowden  W.  H.,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  Ws  Center  nr  Tenth, 

WO 
Lowe  James,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  420  First 
Lowell  E.  J.,  mining,  res  955  Jackson 
Lowell  John  P.,  wool  and  hides  (S  F)  res  N  s  Eighteenth 

bet  Brush  and  Castro 
Lowell  Nathan  R.,  warehouses  (S  F)  res  NE  cor  Sixteenth 

and  West 
Lowery  John,  gardener,    W  s  Shattuck  nr  University  av, 

Berkeley 
Lowrey  F.  J.,    bookkeeper   (S  F)  res  NW  cor  West  and 

Fourteenth 
Lowrey  Fred.  C,   clerk  Hathaway's  Warehouse  (S  F)  res 

NW  cor  West  and  Fourteenth 
Lowry  Michael,  laborer,  res  S  s  Seventh  bet  Market  and 

Myrtle 
Lozier  Albert  (Lozier  &  Co.,   S  F)  res  S  s  Railroad  av  bet 

Campbell  and  Peralta 
Lubbock  Oswald,   conductor  C  P  R  R,   res  East  Thirteenth 

bet  11th  and  12th  avs 
Lucas  &  Allen  (H.  J.  Lucas  and  B.  B.  Allen)  Feed  and 

Training  Stable,  W  s  Pine  nr  Railroad  av,  W  O 
Lucas  Frank,  hostler  with  Lucas  &  Allen,  res  Pine  nr  Goss, 

WO 
Lucas  H.  J.   (Lucas  &  Allen)  res  Division  bet  Wood  and 

Pine,  W  O 
Lucas   Robert  B.,    carpenter  Brooklyn  Planing  Mill,   res 

Twenty-first  bet  Brush  and  West 
Lucas  Timothy  S.,   car  inspector,   res  S  s  Seventeenth  nr 

Cypress,  W  O 
Lucke  Conrad,  cabinetmaker,  res  W  s  Center  nr  Fifth 
Luckmann  Joseph,  res  N  s  Thirty-third  nr  13th  av,  Lynn 
Lude  Steven,  painter,  res  cor  Twenty-fourth  and  Adeline 
Ludeman  Otto,  carpenter,  res  423  Tenth 
Ludlow  Charles  H.,  laborer,  res  709  Franklin 
Ludwig  Alice,    milliner  with    Miss  M.   E.    Buehren,    res 

Brooklyn 
Ludwig  H.  P.,  widow,  res  W  s  8th  av  bet  East  Sixteenth 

and  East  Seventeenth 
Ludwig  L.  L.,  res  W  s  8th  av  bet  East  Fourteenth  and  East 

Fifteenth    • 

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Ludwig  Zacharias,  cabinet  maker,  res  W  s  16th  av  bet  East 

Fourteenth  and  East  Fifteenth 
Lueger  Frank,  foreman  Washington  Brewery 
Luelling  Mary  Mrs.,  res  474  East  Fourteenth 
Luelling  Oregon  C,  bookkeeper  with  H.  E.  Wilcox,  res  470 

Eighth 
Lufkin  Charles  E.,  policeman,  City  Hall,  res  813  Market 
Lufkin  Thomas   H.,    carpenter  and   builder,    res  NE   cor 

21st  av  and  East  Twentieth 
Lull  James  A.,  carpenter,  res  Overland  House 
Lull  M.  I.,  carpenter,  res  805  Jefferson 
LULLEY  LOUIS  (M.  Lulley  &  Sons)  res  301  Twelfth 
LULLEY  M.  &  SONS  (Moses,  Louis  and  Mark  Lulley)  auc- 
tion and  commission  merchants  and  furniture  dealers, 

301  Twelfth 
LULLEY  MARK  (M.  Lulley  &  Sons)  res  301  Twelfth 
LULLEY  MOSES  (M.  Lulley  &  Sons)  res  301  Twelfth 
Lum  —  Mrs.,  res  Eussell  House 
Luna  Frank,  clerk,  res  E  s  Willow  bet  Seward  and  Lincoln, 

WO 
Lund  G.  M  ,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 
Lund  M.  C,  commission  merchant  (S  F)  res  S  s  Middle  nr 

Peralta 
Lundblad  August,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Lundt  Henry,  cabinetmaker  W  D  Co 
Lunegar  J.,  waiter  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Lusk  Horace  B.,  carpenter,  res  Evoy  av  nr  Grove 
Lusk  J.   &   Co.    (Josiah  Lusk)  manufacturer  hermetically 

sealed  goods,   canned  fruits,  etc,  Evoy  av  bet  San  Pa- 
blo and  Telgraph  avs 
Lusk  Josiah  (J.  Lusk  <fe  Co.)  res  N  s  Evoy  av  nr  Adeline 
Lusk  Louis  P.,  carpenter  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  Evoy  av 

nr  Grove 
LUSSIER  LOUIS  O.,  portraint  painter,  studio  461  Ninth, 

room  4,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  nr  West 
Luth  Charles  J.  H.,  harnessmaker  with  Wm.  Hanley,  res 

1114  Seventh  av,  E  O 
Luth  John,  wines  and  liquors,  NW  cor  8th  av  and  East 

Twelfth,  res  1114  Seventh  av,  E  O 
Luther  D.,  physician,  res  320  Eighth 
Luther  Leonard,  driver  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Luttie  Mathias,  washer  Berkeley  Laundry 
Luty  F.  E.,  real  estate,    507  Montgomery    (S 

Filbert 
Lutz  &  Berg  (H.  Lutz  and  M.  Berg)  mirrors,  engravings, 

cornices,  etc.,  1058  Broadway 


F) 


res 


924 


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Lutz  H.  (Lutz  &  Berg)  res  959  Webster 

Lux  George,  baker  with  Paul  &  Reier 

Lycurgus  Thomas,  laborer,  res  553  Sixth 

Lyman  John,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Lyman  Joseph,  res  Eighth  nr  Washington 

Lynch  Edward,  wood  carver  W  D  Co,  res  824  Myrtle 

LYNCH  EUGENE,  (Lynch,  Maloney  &  Fitzell)  res  704 
Webster 

Lynch  H.  J.,  tinsmith,  res  733  Filbert 

Lynch  John,  res  369  Ninth 

Lynch  John,  clerk,  res  315  Eleventh 

Lynch  John,  car  repairer  CPEE,  res  Henry  bet  Third  and 
Fifth,  W  O 

Lynch  John,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Lynch  L.  J.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Broadway 

LYNCH,  MALONEY  &  FITZELL  (Eugene  Lynch,  Pat- 
rick Maloney  and  Peter  Fitzell)  wood  and  coal,  NW  cor 
Washington  and  Fifth 

Lynch  Norman,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Soracco  House, 
WO 

Lynch  Patrick,  cartman,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  nr  Market 

Lynch  Peter  J.,  gardener,  res  721  Filbert 

Lynch  Thomas,  laborer,  res  315  Eleventh 

Lynch  W.  F.  B.,  County  Superintendent  Public  Schools, 
office  Court  House 

LYNDE  GEORGE  L.,  hardware,  stoves,  tinware,  gasfitting 
and  plumbing,  683  East  Twelfth,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 

Lynde  L.  L.  Mrs.,  res  666  Tenth 

Lyon  Charles,  res  619  Broadway 

Lyon  J.  L.  (Lyon  &  Fowler,  S  F)  res  NW  cor  Twelfth  and 
West  _ 

Lyons  &  Kinsley,  auctioneers,  SW  cor  Washington  and  Ninth 

Lyons  James,  shoemaker  with  T.  Perdue,  res  E  s  Adeline 
bet  Second  and  Third,  W  O 

Lyons  John,  car  repairer  CPEE,  res  Fourteenth  nr  Ade- 
line 

Lyons  Thomas  M.,  builder,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Kirk- 
ham,  WO 

Lyons  — ,  clerk  with  Bowen  Bros,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr 
Seventeenth 

Lyttle  John  A.,  mining,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Willow,  W  O 


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Mabrey  W.  L.,  watchman  TV  D  Co,  res  Bay  bet  Goss  and 

Short,  W  O 
MacCann  William,  clerk  Mission  Woolen  Mills  (S  F)  res  858 

Castro 
MacDonald  Calvin  B.,  journalist,  res  13  Wilcox  block 
MacLeod  Alexander,  calker,  res  E  s  Henry  nr  Fifth 
MacMillan  W.  M.,  foreman  Tribune  Publishing  Co.,  res  701 

Stockton,  S  F 
MacRae  Alexander,  physician,  462  Tenth 
MACDONALD  JOHN  A.  O,  plumbing  and  gasfitting,  E  s 

Broadway  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth,  res  Broadway 

bet  Twenty-first  and  Twenty-second 
Macdonald  John  B.,  shipwright,  res  W  s  Henry  bet  Third 

and  Filthy 
Macdougall  William  J.,  professor  music  and  organist  First 

Presbyterian  Church,  res  E  s  Franklin  bet  Fourteenth 

and  Fifteenth 
Mace  William,  Custom  House  officer,  res  E  s  Market  nr 

Twenty-first 
Machale  Thomas,  tailor,  res  Eland  House 
Machfau  David,  tanner  with  G.  F.  Crist 
Mackey  John  S.,  teamster  Pioneer  Mills,  res  373  Second 
Mackie  H.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Mackie  John  H.,  merchant,  res  West  Oakland  Lodging  House 
Mackie  J.  W.,  res  9  Tenth 
Mackin  John,  carpenter  and  saloon,  E  s  Humboldt  av  nr 

University  av,  B 
Macklin  Sarah,  domestic,  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Dwight  way 
MADDEN  &  SHEEDY  (F.  Madden  and  J.  Sheedy)  marble 

works,  1214  Broadway 
MADDEN  F.  (Madden  &  Sheedy)  1214  Broadway 
Madden  Henry,  plumber  with  O.  C.  Kirk,  res  858  Clay 
Madden  John,  laborer,  res  N  s  Fourteenth  nr  Myrtle 
Madden  Michael,   laborer  with  G.  H.  Nagle,  res  NE  cor 

Broadway  and  First 
Madden  Michael,  lather,  res  Summer  nr  Adeline 
Madden  P.,  waiter  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Maddock  Morris,  res  953  Webster 
Madelena  A.  J.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Madriaga  Atanasio,  laborer,  res  Vermont  nr  Maple 
Madsen  Julius,  gardener,  1133  Filbert 
Madsen  Peter  C,  laborer,  res  Eland  House 
Magill  H.  J.,  copyist  with  County  Recorder,  res  Alameda 

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Magill  Eobert  H.,  manager  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co, 

Alameda  County  Branch,  office  SE  cor  Broadway  and 

Ninth,  res  Alameda 
Magner  Hannah,  board  and  lodging,  1021  Franklin 
Magner  Michael,  painter,  res  NE  cor  Eleventh  and  Franklin 
Magner  Michael,  painter,  res  1021  Franklin 
MAGNOLIA  RESTAURANT,  Alvah  Gates  jr.,  proprietor, 

1111  Broadway 
Maguire  S.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  West  nr  Fifteenth 
Mahan  Edward,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Mahar  William,  conductor  CPEE,  res  1120  Washington 
Maher  Frank  W.,  student  University 
Maher  Henry,   painter,    res  E   s   Sixteenth  bet  10th  and 

11th  avs 
Maher  John,  wines  and  liquors,  45  San  Pablo  av,  nr  Six- 
teenth 
Maher  Mary,  widow,  res  S  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  10th  and 

11th  avs 
Maher  Walter,  res  S  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  10th  and  11th  avs 
Maher  Walter,  cook  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Maholan   Eobert,   laborer,   res   cor  Thirty-fourth  and  San 

Pablo  av 
Mahoney  Cornelius,  laborer,  res  SW  cor  Third  and  Grove 
Mahoney  Daniel,  gardener,  res  560  Third 
Mahony  Thomas,  res  669  Eighth 

Mahoney  Timothy,  laborer,  res  S  s  Linden  av  nr  Temescal 
Mailliard  Joseph,  student  University 
Main  A.  F.,  accountant,  res  658  Fifth 
Malacarne  B.  (Pagge  &  Malacarne)  res  SE  cor  Broadway 

and  Seventh 
Malan  Michael,  laborer,  res  972  Third 

Malby  Severin,  carpenter,  res  Bailroad  Exchange  Hotel,  W  O 
Malcom  D.  B.,  carpenter  Enterprise  Mills,  res  858  Clay 
MALETON  EDWARD,  barber  and  cigars,  919  Broadway, 

res  NW  cor  Twenty-second  and  San  Pablo  av 
Maleton  Harry,  wines  and  liquors,   SE  cor  Twenty-second 

and  San  Pablo  av 
Mallet  J.,  French  bakery,  617  Broadway 
Malley  Michael,  laborer  W  D  Co,  res  Filbert  bet  Third  and 

Fifth 
Malin  Michael,  blacksmith  with  T.  D.  Weymouth,  res  NW 

cor  Webster  and  Eleventh 
Malm  Charles  A.,  CD.   S.  Martin  #  Co.,  S  F)  res  14  Pine, 

WO 
M'alone  Arthur,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Malone  Henry,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  nr  West 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate^and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


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Malonen  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Eighteenth  nr  Market 

Maloney  Dennis,  gardener,  624  Twelfth 

Maloney  Dennis,  laborer,  res  E  s  West  nr  Eighteenth 

Maloney  James,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Myrtle  and  Fifth 

Maloney  Mary,  domestic,  126  Eleventh 

Maloney  M.  L.,  res  SW  cor  Eleventh  and  Franklin 

Maloney  Patrick,  carpenter,  res  cor  Peralta  and  Twenty- 
eighth 

MALONEY  PATRICK  (Lynch,  Maloney  &  Fitzell)  res  S  s 
Eighteenth  bet  Market  and  West 

Maloney  Patrick,  shipjoiner,  res  SW  cor  Willow  and  Atlan- 
tic, W  O 

Maloney  Peter,  butcher,  shop  and  res  E  s  Shattuck  av  nr 
University  av 

Maloney  Thomas,  laborer,  res  N  s  Twenty-fourth  nr  Filbert 

Maloney  Thomas,  shoemaker  with  E.  Fitzgerald,  res  Win- 
throp  House 

Maloon  &  Caswell  (Benjamin  Maloon  and  Mason  P.  Caswell) 
feed  produce  and  groceries,  SE  cor  Twelfth  and  Market 

Maloon  Benjamin  (Maloon  &  Caswell)  res  SW  cor  Eight- 
eenth and  Market 

MALOON  BENJAMIN  F.  (Maloon  Bros.)  res  SW  cor 
Eighteenth  and  Market 

MALOON  BROS.  (Seth  B.  and  B.  F.  Maloon)  flour,  grain, 
hay  and  feed,  E  s  New  Broadway  bet  Seventeenth  and 
Durant 

Maloon  George  E.,  clerk  with  Maloon  &  Caswell,  res  SW 
cor  Eighteenth  and  Market 

Maloon  Henry,  clerk  with  Maloon  Bros.,  res  N  s  Twentieth 
bet  Lydia  and  West 

MALOON  SETH  B.  (Maloon  Bros.)  res  S  s  Seventeenth 
bet  Brush  and  West 

Manchester  — ,  res  W  s  Cedar  nr  Goss,  W  O 

Manahan  Patrick,  car  repairer  CPE  E,  res  Railroad  Ex- 
change Hotel,  W  O 

Mandlebaum  Fiesco,  student  University 

MANEFELD  GEORGE,  proprietor  Vienna  Chemical  Steam 
Dyeing  Works,  834  Broadway,  res  cor  Sixth  and  Frank- 
lin 

MANGELS  HERMAN,  wines  and  liquors,  SE  cor  East 
Twelfth  and  8th  av,  res  407  East  Twelfth 

Mangin  Katie,  domestic,  FE  cor  Tenth  and  Jefferson 

Manhattan  Marble  Co.  of  California,  L.  L.  Alexander,  sec- 
retary, NW  cor  Filbert  and  First 

Manley  Jedadiah  M.,  miner,  res  518  East  Fourteenth 

Manlove  S.  A.,  res  623  Tenth 


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Mann  Albert  W.,  clerk  with  Sather  &  Co.  (S  F)  res  N  s 
Fifteenth  bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 

Mann  John  S.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Nineteenth 

Mann  William,  real  estate,  res  Alta  House 

Mannie  Marcel,  engineer,  res  S  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  12th 
and  13th  avs 

Manning  Daniel  W.,  machinist,  res  S  s  Delaware  Dr  Tenth, 
WB 

Manning  Lizzie,  domestic,  cor  Twelfth  and  Castro 

Manning  P.  J.,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Pacific  and  Camp- 
bell, W  O 

Mansen  H.,  laborer,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 

Mansfield  George,  watchman,  res  827  Franklin 

Mansfield  W.  F.,  sexton  First  Presbyterian  Church 

MANSION  HOUSE,  Miss  L.  A.  Willey  proprietress,  Broad- 
way bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 

MANSION  HOUSE,  James  H.  Kimball  proprietor,  NE  cor 
15th  av  and  East  Twelfth 

Mantor  Warren,  res  1120  Ninth  av  E  O 

Manuel  George  S.,  pressman  Signs  of  The  Times,  res  NW 
cor  Eleventh  and  Castro 

Manuel  George  W.,  res  NE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Castro 

Manuel  John,  res  S  W  cor  Third  and  Chester 

Manzen  Henry,  car  cleaner  CPRR,  res  cor  Campbell  and 
WiUiam,  W  O 

MAPLE  LEAF  NURSERY,  L.  M.  Newson  proprietor, 
151  East  Twelfth 

Marc  Antonio,  carpenter,  res  N  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  18th 
and  19th  avs 

March  John,  confectioner,  res  173  Eighth 

Marchand  A.  M.  Mrs.,  proprietress  Berkeley  Hotel,  cor 
Bancroft  way  and  Humboldt  av 

Marchand  A.  W.,  bartender  with  J.  Fennessy,  res  565 
Seventh 

Marchand  Frank,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Clay 

Marchand  J.  E.,  mining,  res  Berkeley  Hotel 

Marcher  Samuel,  res  322  Eleventh 

MARCOTTE,  DEGRACE  &  CO.  (Joseph  Marcotte,  John 
Degrace  and  L.  Gravel)  clothing,  boots  and  shoes,  807 
Broadway 

MARCOTTE  JOSEPH  (Marcotte,  Degrace  '&  Co.)  res  807 
Broadway 

Marcus  Isaiah,  auction  store,  869  Broadway,  res  N  s  Char- 
ter bet  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  avs 

Mariante  William  F.,  proprietor  Eastern  Hotel,  714  East 
Twelfth 


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J.  S.  G.  Gordon  delivers  Ice,  Soda  and  Cider.     Depot  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND    [  M  ]    DIRECTORY.  267 

Marino  Charles,  clerk,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Twenty- 
seventh 
Marklen  Josephine  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Alice  nr  Third 
Markley  George  W.,  carpenter,  res  760  Brush 
Marks  Aaron,    dealer  glass,  doors,  windows,   blinds,  etc., 

424  Eighth 
MARKS  LOUIS,  groceries  and  liquors,   store  and  res  SE 

cor  2d  and  University  avs,  W  B 
Marks  Morris,  salesman  with  A.  Marks,  res  425  Eighth 
Marlin  Josie,  domestic,  SW  cor  Eighth  and  Union 
Marolf  Christ,  hog  ranch,  res  cor  Grove  and  Thirty-ninth 
MARQUARDSEN  &  BECKER  (Charles  Marquardsen  and 

Fred.  Becker)  butchers,  SW  cor  Castro  and  Sixth 
MARQUARDSEN  CHARLES  (Marquardsen  &  Becker)  res 

SW  cor  Castro  and  Sixth 
Marquardt  John  G.,  pastor  Evangelical  Association,  res  271 

Ninth 
MARQUES  JOHN,  proprietor  Post  Office  Restaurant,  459 

Ninth,  res  Wilcox  House 
Marr  Archibald,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Railroad  Exchange, 

WO 
Marr  Sarah,  domestic,  SW  cor  Sixteenth  and  Chestnut 
Marrishen  Harry,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Marsden  Richard,  furniture,  NE  cor  Broadway  and  Second, 

res  370  Second 
Marsden  Kichard,  porter  C  P  B  R 
Marsh  C.  C.  Colonel,  res  666  Tenth 
Marsh  C.  P.,  res  SW  cor  Eighth  and  Castro 
Marsh  E.  B.,  dealer  stocks,  res  SW  cor  Madison  and  Fourth 
Marsh  M.,  stocks,  res  930  Filbert 
Marsh  W.  V.,  teacher  Golden  Gate  Academy 
Marshall  Charles,  res  W  s  Webster  bet  Sixteenth  and  Sev- 
enteenth 
MARSHAL  CITY  Perry  Johnson,  office  City  Hall,  room  5 
Marshall  F.  G.,  foreman  CPKE,  res  Center  bet  Sixth  and 

Seventh,  W  O 
Marshall  George,  res  677  Fifth 
Marshall  John,  carpenter,  res  165  Seventh 
Marston  B.  S.,  res  835  Madison 

Marston  Charles,   res  W  s  Jackson  bet  Fifteenth  and  Six- 
teenth 
Marston  Frank  A.,  harness  and  saddlery,  NE  cor  Broadway 

and  Eleventh,  res  W  s  Campbell  nr  Twelfth,  W  O 
Marston  Frank  W.,  clerk  with  Olney  &  Co.,  res  322  Eleventh 
Marston  J.  S.,  watchman  U  S  Mint,  res  W  s  Jackson  bet 
Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 


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Marston  P.  F.,  builder,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 

Martel  J.  L.,   real  estate  agent  Court  Block  S  F,  res  E  s 

Jackson  nr  Fifteenth 
Martel  Melissa  Mrs.,  ladies'  nurse,  res  830  Jefferson 
MARTENS  &  REIER  (John  Martens  and  Henry  Reier) 

fancy  and  staple  dry  goods,  1159  Broadway 
MARTENS  JOHN  (Martens  &  Reier)  res  1159  Broadway 
Martin  Aaron,   hostler  with  Shattuck  &  Hillegass,  res  457 

Eighth 
Martin  Addison,  res  W  s  7th  av  bet  East  Tenth  and  East 

Eleventh 
Martin  Aurelius  F.,  student  University 
Martin  Bartholemew,  farmer,  res  Shattuck  nr  Telegraph  av 
Martin  C.  S.,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Wood  and  William,  W  O 
Martin  D.  L.,  carpenter,  res  460  Fifth 
Martin  Ebinezer,  bricklayer,  res  N  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  West 
Martin  Frank  H.,  framemaker  with  Lutz  &  Berg,  res  Ninth 

bet  Washington  and  Clay 
Martin  James,  brakeman  C  P  R  R,  res  Goss  nr  Pine,  W  O 
Martin  James,  sheetiron  pipemaker,  res  Overland  House 
MARTIN  JAMES  C.  (Montgomery  &  Martin)  atty-at-law, 

16  Wilcox  block,  res  E  s  Grove  bet  Fifteenth  and  Six- 
teenth 
Martin  James  L.,  carpenter,  res  319  Fourth 
Martin  Jeremiah,   stableman  Whitney  &  Co's  Express,  res 

412  Sixth 
Martin  J.  H.,  hostler  Whitney  &  Co's  Express,  res  Golden 

Star  Hotel 
Martin  J.  J.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  323  Fifth 
Martin  J.  West,  president  Union  Savings  Bank,  res  Tubbs' 

Hotel 
Martin,  KroU  &  Co.  (William  H.  Martin,  W.  F.  Kroll  and 

W.  T.  Wood)  fruit,  candy  and  cigars,  Seventh-st  C  P  R 

R  depot 
Martin  Mary,  domestic,  753  Eighth 
Martin  Matthew,  cooper,  res  810  Market 
Martin  M.  S.,  stockbroker,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Martin  Oscar  F.,  student  University 

Martin  Robert,  car  cleaner  C  P  R  R,  res  Seventh  bet  Camp- 
bell and  Peralta,  W  O 
Martin  Robert  W.,  stairbuilder  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res 

517  Ninth 
Martin  Samuel,  stableman  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe 
Martin  William,  res  410  Tenth 
Martin  William  H.  (Martin,  Kroll  &  Co.)  res  NW  cor  Eighth 

and  Washington 


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J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Eastern  Cider  Company,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND    [  M  ]    DIRECTORY.  269 

Martin  William,  stockbroker,  res  479  East  Tenth 

Martinez  C.  K.  Mrs.,  teacher  Golden  Gate  Academy 

Martinovich  M.  S.,  res  358  Seventh 

Marvin  Murray,  butler,  cor  Ninth  and  Madison 

Marwedel  Charles  F.,  machinists'  supplies  (S  F)  res  Blake 
House 

Marx  David  B.,  student  University 

Marx  Samuel,  teamster,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-third  and  Tele- 
graph av 

Mason  Andrew  J.,  miner,  res  NE  cor  East  Sixteenth  and 
11th  av 

Mason  Charles,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Mason  Edward,  bottler  (S  F)  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Willow 

Mason  James,  res  E  s  13th  av  bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East 
Sixteenth 

Mason  John  A.,  laborer,  res  Seventh  bet  Adeline  and  Union 

Mason  John  Beuben,  agent  San  Jose  Woolen  Mills,  (S  F) 
res  1263  Webster 

Mason  Marcus,  stock  ranche,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  Twenty- 
second 

MASON  W.  C.  &  CO.  (W.  C.  Mason  and  Charles  Packard) 
groceries,  liquors  and  crockery,  301  East  Twelfth 

MASON  WILLIAM  C.  (W.  C.  Mason  &  Co.)  res  366  East 
Fourteenth 

MASONIC  HALL,  1055  Broadway 

Massager  Louis,  res  617  Sixth 

Massey  Fanny,  widow,  res  385  East  Fifteenth 

Massey  H.  K.,  salesman,  res  SE  cor  7th  av  and  East  Fif- 
teenth 

Massie  John,  conductor  CPRE,  res  Sunnyside  House 

Mastick  George  H.,  student  University 

Matcovich  Frank,  cook,  res  E  s  Lewis  bet  Fifth  and  Seventh 

Mather  Charles  H.,  carpenter,  res  354  Sixth 

MATHER,  MTT.BURY  &  CO.  (S.  H.  Mather,  Samuel  Mil- 
bury  and  C.  M.  Burleson)  real  estate  and  house  brokers, 
907  Broadway 

MATHER  SOLON  H.  (Mather,  Milbury  &  Co.)  res  SWcor 
Sixth  and  Webster 

Mathews  Benjamin,  carpenter,  res  917  W  ebster 

Mathews  Benjamin  F.,  carpenter  Brooklyn  Planing  Mill,  res 
463  Fourth 

MATHEWS  C.  G.  A.,  proprietor  Philadelphia  Restaurant, 
1022  Broadway,  res  959  Webster 

Mathews  E.  G.,  res  cor  East  Twentieth  and  13th  av 

Mathews  George,  tinsmith,  res  Eastern  Hotel 


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270  OAKLAND     [M]   DIRECTORY. 

Mathews  George  C,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  res 

SW  cor  Webster  and  Twelfth 
Mathews  Henry,  res  1019  Fifth  av,  E  O 
Mathews  J.   C,  architect,  Union  Bank  Building,   res  N  s 

Durant  bet  Broadway  and  Franklin 
Mathews  Peter,   farmer,    res  E   s    San    Pablo  av,    North 

Teniescal 
Mathews  W.  J.,  architect,  res  N  s  Durant  bet  Broadway 

and  Franklin 
Mathewson  James,  clerk  with  H.  Bowman,  res  cor  Twenty- 
fifth  and  Webster 
Mathewson  James,  dairy,  res  cor  Twenty-fifth  and  Webster 
Mathewson  Mary,  domestic,  N  s  Seward  bet  Wood  and  Wil- 
low, W  O 
MATHEWSON    PETER,   groceries   and  liquors,    SE  cor 

Fourth  and  Webster,  res  cor  Twenty-fifth  and  Webster 
Mathias  Emanuel,  res  W  s  Center  nr  Fifth 
Matterson  Peter,    laborer  with  Thomas   &  Anderson,  res 

Eland  House 
Matson  William,  bricklayer,  res  cor  Second  and  Washington 
Matson  William, s<nmsician,  res  Washington  Hotel 
MATTERN  HARRY,  Centennial  Meat  Market  and  res  NW 

cor  Ninth  and  Webster 
Mattern  Henry,  speculator,  res  NW  cor  Ninth  and  Webster 
Mattingly  John  A.,  clerk  with  Ledden,  Whipple  &  Co,  res  715 

Fourth 
Mattingly  Simeon,  mining,  res  715  Fourth 
Mattingly  William   T.,  collector  Alameda  County  Branch 

Home  Mutual  Ins.  Co.,  res  715  Jefferson 
MAU    CHARLES,   architect,    954  Broadway,   res   Golden 

Star  Hotel 
MAUVAIS  ZENO,  agent  Florence  Sewing  Machines,   456 

Twelfth,  res  278  Thirteenth 
Maxon  John,  barkeeper  Hotel  de  France,  res  417  First 
Maxwell  G.  C,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Maxwell  M.  L.,  widow,  res  cor  Birch  and  Telegraph  av, 

MAY  ALEXANDER  W.,  livery  stable,  SE  cor  12th  av  and 
Eleventh,  and  superintendent  E  O,  F  V  and  MSB,  res 
1163  Tenth  av,  E  O 
MAY  E.  A.  (Grosso  &  May)  res  2084  Webster 
May  Ezra,  hardware,  res  2084  Webster 

May  Munsel,  res  W  s  Webster  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 
May  Kichard,  res  S  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  11th  and  12th  avs 
May  William  B.,  atty-at-law,  res  E  s  Webster  nr  Durant 
Mayborn  C.  G.,  farmer,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Adeline 

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OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY.  271 

Mayer  Adolpli,  upholsterer,  store  and  res  619  East  Twelfth 

Mayer  John,  tinsmith,  res  216  Eleventh 

Mayhew  A.  H.,  wheat  merchant,  res  SW  cor  3d  av  and  East 
Twelfth 

Mayon  Thomas  C,  druggist,  res  SW  cor  Sixteenth  and 
Market 

MAYOR  OAKLAND  CITY,  E.  H.  Pardee,  City  Hall 

McAferty  Daniel,  laborer,  res  Live  Oak  House 

McAlister  J.  H,  Central  "Wool  Depot  (S  F)  res  720  Linden 

McAneny  Mary,  domestic,  615  Tenth 

McAneny  Patrick,  plasterer,  res  520  Sixth 

McArty  Charles,  stableman  Dexter  Stable 

McArthur  Daniel,  tailor,  1840  Kailroad  av,  W  O 

McAskill  Chrisy,  domestic,  S  s  Eighth  nr  Castro 

McAvery  Bernard,  fireman  CPER,  res  NW  cor  Atlantic 
and  Cedar,  W  O 

McAvinn  Patrick,  fireman  C  P  B  B,  res  cor  Fifteenth  and 
Cypress 

McAvoy  A.,  brakeman  C  P  E  E,  res  Oakland  Wharf 

McAvoy  Hugh  (Beaudry  &  McAvoy)  res  853  Franklin 

McBEAN  ALEXANDER,  contractor,  res  967  Jackson 

MeBEAN  P.  McG.  (Gladding,  McBean  &  Co)  res  26J 
Geary  (S  F) 

McBride  James,  wood  carver  W  D  Co,  res  Perry  bet  Second 
and  Third  (S  F) 

McBrien  Jane,  widow,  res  1021  Third 

McBrien  Patrick,  res  759  Castro 

McBrien  Patrick,  coachman,  958  West  Tenth 

MeCABE  &  COX  (Michael  McCabe  and  P.  M.  Cox)  gro- 
ceries and  liquors,  838  Market 

McCabe  Edward,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  7th  av  and  East  Sev- 
enteenth 

McCabe  John,  fruit  and  cigars,  Seventh  nr  Broadway,  res 
Eighth  nr  Washington 

MeCABE  MICHAEL  (McCabe  &  Cox)  res  837  Market 

McCabe  Nicholas,  carpenter,  res  739  Filbert 

McCabe  Peter,  boilermaker,  res  Central  Pacific  Eailroad 
House,  W  O 

McCaffery  John,  res  410  Tenth 

McCaffrey  Bridget,  domestic,  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

McCallum  John  G.,  atty-at-law,  res  1115  Jackson 

McCann  Pearl,  student  University 

McCargar  Francis  A.,  bookkeeper  with  Bluett  &  Fardon, 
res  cor  Broadway  and  Twentieth 


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272  OAKLAND    [  M  ]    DIRECTORY. 

McCarl  Samuel  F.,  foreman  with  Adams  &  Taylor  (S  F)  res 

N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Cypress,  W  O 
McCarthy  Daniel,  laborer,  res  S  s  Seventh  nr  Brush 
McCarthy  Jeremiah,  laborer,  res  cor  Fifth  and  Folsom,  WB 
McCarthy  John,  foreman  with  L.  M.  Beaudry 
McCarthy  Lawrence,  res  712  Fifth 

McCarthy  Mary  Miss,  res  E  s  Peralta  bet  Third  and  Fifth 
McCarthy  Michael,  laborer,  res  S  s  Pacific  nr  Campbell, 

WO 
McCarthy  William,  carpenter,  res  517  Ninth 
McCarty  Daniel,  calker  W  D  Co,  res  Railroad  Exchange, 

WO 
McCarty  Timothy,  painter,  res  470  Eighth 
McCarty  William,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  517 

Ninth 
McCarty  William  H.,  real  estate,  res  W  s  Campbell  bet 

Railroad  av  and  William 
McCaslin  Andrew,  teamster,  res  W  s  9th  bet  East  Sixteenth 

and  East  Seventeeeth 
McCauley  James,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
McChesney  Joseph  B.,  principal  High  School,  cor  Market 

and  Twelfth,  res  E  s  Franklin  bet  Seventeenth  and 

Durant 
McClain  John,  fireman  steamer  Capital,  res  371  First 
McClanahan  Absolom,  res  E  s  Grove  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth 
McClellan  George,  laborer,  res  N  s  Frederick  nr  San  Pablo  av 
McClelland  Henry  S.,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Twenty-fifth 

and  Broadway 
McClemontP.,  boilermaker  W  D  Co,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel, 

WO 
NcCLEVERTY   &  NOBLETT  (Charles  McCleverty    and 

Robert  Noblett)  proprietors  Fashion  Livery  Stable,  860 

Broadway 
MeCLEVERTY    CHARLES   (McCleverty  &  Noblett)   res 

567  Eighth 
McClosky  Annie,  domestic,  SW  cor  Madison  and  Lake 
McCloy  Henry,  gardener  with  J.  M.  Walker 
McCLURE    DAVID    Rev.,   principal    California    Military 

Academy,  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Prospect  av 
McClure  Henry  C,  student  University 
McClure  Samuel,   timekeeper  W  D  Co,  res  E  s  Wood  bet 

Eighth  and  Chase,  W  O 
McCLURE  STEWART  Major,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr 

Prospect 
McClure  T.  A.,  physician,  res  324  Sixth 
McCollum  John,  res  Eagle  House 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


Ice  Cream  made  to  order  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 

OAKLAND     [M]   DIRECTORY.  273 

McConnell  George  C,  clerk  with  Cadogan,  Smith  &  Co.,  res 

962  Clay 
McConnell  Jackson,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Goss  nr  Pine,  W  O 
McConnell  James  D.,  harness  and  saddlery,  469  Sixth 
McConnell  Mary  A.,  lodgings,  920  Clay 
McCormack  Joseph  J.,   machinist  C  P  R  R,  res  NE   cor 

Chester  and  West  Fifth 
McCormick  James  Mrs.,  res  462  Third 
McConrtney  Harvey,  painter,  res  cor  Twenty-seventh  and 

,   West 
McCOURTNEY  J.  F.,  artist,  1004  Broadway,  res  cor  Tele- 
graph and  Evoy  avs 
McConrtney  M.  P.,  farmer,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Evoy  av 
McCover  Bridget  Miss,  res  W  s  Castro  nr  Nineteenth 
McCracken  George  S.,  collector  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe,  res 

SW  cor  Third  and  Adeline 
McCracken  Hugh,  carpenter,  res  379  Fifth 
McCRACKEN  JOHN  H.,  carpenter  and  cabinetmaker,  1070 

Fourteenth  av,  res  cor  East  Fifteenth  and  19th  av 
McCrassen  William,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 
McCrindle  William,  manager  Glasgow  Iron  and  Metal  Im- 
porting Co.  (S  F)  res  S  s  Short  nr  Pine,  W  O 
McCrum  Bobert  &  Co.  (R.   McCrum  and  W.  E.  Grinnell) 

groceries  and  liquors,  413  Twelft  i 
McCrum  R.  (Robert  McCrum  &  Co.)  res  W  s  Webster  bet 

Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 
McCULLOUGH  &  DAVIES  (Ballentine  McCullough  and 
John  Davies)   carpenters   and  builders,   13  Third  bet 
Alice  and  Jackson 
McCULLOUGH  BALLENTINE   (McCullough  &  Davies) 

res  189  Third 
McCullough  H.  T.,  porter  CPEK 
McCullough  James,  carpenter,  res  310  Fifth 
McCully  James,  stair  builder  Grove-st  Planing  Mill 
McCune  Henry,  painter,  res  Eland  House 
McCurdy  Daniel,  calker  W  D  Co 
McCurdy  James,,  res  411  Twelfth 
McCurdy  J.  S.,  horse  shoer,  364  Eleventh 
McCurdy  Robert,  car  repairer  C  P  R  R,  res  358  Fourth 
McCutcheon  Frank,  stableman  with  L.  M.  Beaudry 
McCUTCHEON  ROBERT,  wines  and  liquors,  370  Eighth 
McCutcheon  William,  teamster,  res  210  Eighth 
McDade  Alice  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Charter  nr  Telegraph  av 
McDaniels  T.  J.  &  Co.  (T.  J.   McDaniels  and  J.  W.  S. 
Perry)  saloon,  1752  Railroad  av.  W  O 


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McDaniels  Thomas  J.   (T.  J.  McDaniels  &  Co.)  res  1661 

Eighth,  W  O 
McDermott  Bernard,  res  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Wood  and  Pine, 

WO 
McDermott  John,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 
McDermott  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
McDevitt  Ellen,    domestic,    S  s   D wight  way  nr  Ellsworth, 

Berkeley 
McDonah  Thomas,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co 
McDonald  A.,  carpenter,  res  408  Thirteenth 
McDonald  Andrew,  expressman,   res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr 

Forty-third 
McDonald  Andrew,  laborer,  res  364  Fourth 
McDonald  Angus,  carpenter,  res  460  Fifth 
McDonald  Charles,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Lewis  and  Third 
McDonald  Cornelius,  laborer,  res  727  Fifth 
McDonald  Delia,  domestic,  SE  cor  Twentieth  and  Broadway 
McDonald  Donald,  piledriver,  res  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow 

and  Wood,  W  O 
McDonald  Eliza  Mrs.,  res  W  s  9th  av  bet  East  Sixteenth 

and  East  Seventeenth 
McDonald  James,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  21st  av  and  East 

Twentieth 
McDonald  John,  baker  with  Thompson  Bros.,  res  167  Eighth 
McDonald  John,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Henry  bet  Third  and 

Fifth 
McDonald  John  E.,  stockbroker,  res  S  s  Eighth  nr  Union 
McDonald  Joseph  B.,  carpenter,  res  818  Myrtle 
McDonald  Susan  M.  Miss;  res  SE  cor  6th  av  and  East  Nine- 
teenth 
McDonald  Thomas  H.,  boxmaker,  resN  s  Twenty-second  nr 

West 
McDonald  W.  F.,  jeweler,  res  1003  Franklin 
McEachen  Duncan,  shipwright,  res  W  s  Lewis  bet  Third 

and  Fifth 
McElrath  J.  E.,  atty-at-law,  528  California  (S  F)  res  NE  tor 

Twelfth  and  Brush 
McElroy  James,  groceries  and  liquors,  528  Seventh 
McElroy  Michael,  hostler  with  Shattuck  &  Hillegass,   res 

457  Eighth 
McEntyre  John,  horse  trainer  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
McFadden  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Kirkham, 

WO 
McFadden  John,  teamster  Oakland  Lumber  Yard 
McFadden  William,    laborer,    res   Clark's   Landing,    three 

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McFarland  Duncan,  engineer  CPKE,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
McFarland  John  F.,  stair  builder,  res  955  Grove 
Mi-Fee  Benjamin,  plasterer,  res  370  Second 
McGann  Anthony,  plasterer,  res  cor  Twenty-third  and  Tele- 
graph av 
McGarran  James,  res  Central  House 

McGarry  Andrew,  proprietor  Winthrop  Honse,  409  Seventh 
McGauley  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
McGee  Peter,  farmer,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  University 

av,  W  B 
McGeorge  &  Smith  (H.  D.  McGeorge  and  J.  J.  Smith)  ad- 
vertising agents,  Wilcox  Block,  room  13 
McGeorge  Horatio  D.  (McGeorge  &  Smith)  and  bill  poster, 

Wilcox  Block,  room  13,  res  360  Fifth 
McGettigan  Patrick  F.,  bakery,  res  Railroad  av  bet  Cedar 

and  Pine,  W  O 
McGillivray  John  D . ,  student  University 
McGillivray  William,  student  University 
McGilvery  Joseph,  res  SE  cor  Madison  and  Eleventh 
McGinn  — ,  domestic,  W  s  Chester  nr  Eighth,  W  O 
McGinnigan  Sarah,  domestic,  SW  cor  Madison  and  Lake 
McGinnis  Mathew,  laborer,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
McGIVNEY  JAMES,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  store  and  res 

965  Franklin 
McGivney  Thomas,  brass  molder,  res  N   s   Short  nr  Bay 
MeGOVERN  ANDREW  J.,  French  and  American  paper 

hangings,   decorating,   fresco   painting   and  whitening, 

1157  Broadway,  res  519  Eighth 
McGovern  Bridget  Mrs.,  res  774  Fifth 

McGovem  Michael,  laborer,  res  S  s  Locust  nr  San  Pablo  av 
McGowan  Lizzie,  domestic,  NW  cor  Tavlor  and  Campbell, 

WO 
McGowen  Martin,  expressman,  cor  Seventh  and  Broadway, 

res  S  s  Twentv-fifth  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Broadway 
McGrath  James  (Northey  &  McGrath)  res  W  s  16th  av  bet 

East  Sixteenth  and  East  Seventeenth 
McGrath  Mary,  domestic,  770  Tenth 
McGrath  Michael,  dairy,  cor  Nineteenth  and  Kirkham 
McGrath  Michael,  laborer,  res  E  s  Grove  nr  Twenty-seventh 
McGrath  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Forty-seventh  nr  Shattuck 
McGraw   George,    laborer   Oakland   Gaslight   Co.,  res  714 

Finth 
McGregor  John,  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  Eighth  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W  O 
McGrew  James,  laborer  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  Eureka 

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276  OAKLAND     [M]    DIRECTORY. 

McGrew  Jasper,  storekeeper  Grand  Central  Hotel 
McGREW  P.  H.,  carriagemaker,  horseshoer  and  blacksmith, 

1062  Thirteenth  av,  E  O 
McGuire  Ellen  Mrs.,  res  314  Third 
McGuire  Francis,    res    cor    Telegraph    and    College    avs, 

Berkeley 
McGuire  Jennie,  chambermaid  Tubbs'  Hotel 
McGuire  J.  M.,  engineer  W  D  Co.,  res  Goss  bet  Wood  and 

Pine,  W  O 
McGuire  John,  watchman,  res  Overland  House 
McGuire  Milton,  machinist  C  P  R  R,  res  S  s  Goss  nr  Pine, 

WO 
McGuire  Thomas  E.,  engineer  C  P  R  R,  res  N  s  Chase  nr 

Wood,  W  O 
McGuire  William,  farmer,  cor  Telegraph  and  College  avs, 

Berkeley 
McGuiness  Matthew,  track  inspector  C  P  R  R,  res  W  s 

Magnolia  nr  Third 
Mc  Hale  Thomas,  tailor  with  Harris  Bros,  res  Eland  House 
McHenry  John,  student  University 
McHenry  Mary,  student  University 

McHenry  Samuel,  commission  merchant  (S  F)  res  776  Tenth 
McHorg  Arthur,  car  repairer  C  P  R  R,  res  cor  Fifteenth  and 

Cypress,  W  O 
McHugh  John,  superintendent  Beale-st  Warehouse,  (S  F) 

res  817  Jackson 
McHugo  Mary  Mrs.,  res  833  Brush 
McHugo  Ruth,  domestic,  domestic,  1165  Clay 
Mclnnis  Alexander,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Chester  nr  Fifth 
Mclnnis  John,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Chester  nr  Third 
Mcintosh  Daniel,  blacksmith,  res  811  Washington 
Mcintosh  James,  cook  The  Centennial 
Mclntyre  Thomas,  brakeman  C  P  R  R,  res  Star  House,  W  O 
Mclvers  Jennie,  chambermaid  Tubbs'  Hotel 
McKanna  Daniel,  laborer,  res  E  s  Myrtle  nr  Twenty-fourth 
McKay  Arthur,  car  inspector  CP  RE,  res  Campbell  bet 

Chase  and  Taylor,  W  O 
McKay  C.  P.,  policeman,  res  W  s  Franklin  bet  Ninth  and 

Tenth 
McKay  William  L.,  painter  with  Farwell  &  Garrigan,  res 

667  Eleventh 
McKean  C,  widow,  res  751  Castro 
KcKean  William  B.,  driver  Whitney  &  Co's  Express,  re's  751 

Castro 
McKeand  George  W.,  searcher  records,  SE  cor  Fourth  and 

Broadway,  res  SE  cor  17th  av  and  East  Fifteenth 

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OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY.  277 

McKee  A.  J.,  contractor,  res  S  s  Nineteenth  bet  Castro  and 
Brush 

McKee  Hutchinson,  clerk  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  cor  Four- 
teenth aud  Peralta,  W  O 

McKee  Robert  L.,  deputy*  District  Attorney,  County  Court 
House,  room  3,  and  City  Hall,  res  NW  cor  Adeline  and 
West  Twelfth 

McKee  S.  B.,  judge  Third  District  Court,  res  SW  cor 
Twelfth  and  Adeline,  W  O 

McKeen  Albert  A.,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Pine  and  Atlan- 
tic, w  o 

McKen  Adam,  janitor  Counts*  Court  House,  res  415  Fourth     ^ 

McKenna  J.,  insurance  agent  (S  F)  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Clay     8 

McKeima  Maggie,  domestic,  658  Ninth  cc 

McKenna  Patrick,  car  cleaner  C  P  Pi  R,  res  Charter  Oak     §■ 
Hotel,  WO  .  tf 

McKenzie  W.  W.,  undertaker,  412  Fourth,  res  408  Eighth      N 

McKeon  Joseph,  laborer,  res  W  s  Humboldt  av  nr  Bancroft     H 
way,  Berkeley  «_, 

McKeone   Patrick,    stonecutter   Oakland   Stone   Yard,    res  |  m 
Golden  Star  Ho:  el  £ 

McKernan  John,   carpenter,    res  res   cor  Eighteenth   and    ^ 
Kirkham  ^ 

McKilican  Robert,  contractor,  res  N  s  Laurel  nr  Grove  |  q 

McKillican  Donald  R.,  mining  engineer,  res  N  s  Fourteenth 
bet  Webster  and  Harrison 

McKEMMONS  MARK,  livery  stable,  613  and  615  Broad- 
way, res  X  s  Fifth  bet  Washington  and  Clay 

McKinley  Archibald,  president  Bank  British  North  Amer- 
ica (S  F)  res  779  Eighth 

McKinnon  Daniel,  saloon  and  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr 
Forty-ninth,  Temescal 

McKinnon  Daniel,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Second 

McKown  James,  laborer,  Shell  Mound  Park 

McKutchen  William,  hack  driver  Dexter  Stables 

McLafferty  B.  S.  Rev.,  pastor  First  Baptist  Church,  res  810 
Fourteenth 

McL'ane  George  T.,  expressman,  cor  Eighth  and  Broadway, 
res  E  s  Myrtle  bet  Twenty-second  and  Twenty-fourth 

McLaren  Peter,  physician,  res  W  s  7th  av  bet  East  Tenth 
and  East  Eleventh 

McLaughlin  Bernard,  driver  Brooklyn  and  Fruit  Vale  R  R, 
res  673  East  Twelfth 

McLaughlan  George,  res  1122  Eleventh  av,  E  O 

McLaughlan  John,  boiler  maker,  res  Central  Pacific  Rail- 
road House,  W  O 


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278  OAKLAND    [  M  ]    DIRECTORY. 

McLaughlan  Michael,  with  W  D  Co,  res  218  Sixth 

McLaughlan  Minnie  Mrs.,  res  462  Third 

McLaughlin  C.  W.,  clerk,  res  E  s  Grove  nr  Sixteenth 

McLaughlin  Daniel,  contractor,  res  W  s  Broadway  nr 
Twentieth 

McLaughlin  Henry,  hostler,  res  S  s  Twenty-eighth  nr  West 

McLaughlin  Hugh,  laborer,  res  E  s  Myrtle  bet  Fourth  and 
Fifth 

McLaughlin  J.  W.,  clerk  with  Mellis  Bros,  res  cor  Fifteenth 
and  Grove 

McLaughlin  Owen,  messenger  ,The  Oakland  Bank  of  Sav- 
ings, res  1122  Eleventh  av,"  E  O 

McLAUREN  DOUGLAS  (Smilow  &  McLauren)  res  379 
Eleventh 

McLean  Edward,  real  estate,  res  NE  cor  Brown  and  West 

McLean  Franklin  P.,  student  University 

McLean  J.  K.  Rev.,  pastor  First  Congregational  Church, 
res  1008  Washington 

McLean  John,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Twenty-seventh  nr  West 

McLean  Margaret  Mrs.,  res  SW  cor  12th  av  and  East  Nine- 
teenth 

McLean  Thomas  G.  Rev.,  pastor  Baptist  Church,  res  SW 
cor  Twelfth  and  East  Nineteenth 

McLeod  J.  A.,  carpenter  Enterprise  Mills,  res  Eighth  bet 
Washington  and  Broadway 

McLeod  James,  bootmaker  with  C.  A.  Broad,  res  SW  cor 
Franklin  and  Ninth 

McLeod  N.  E.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  East  Sixteenth  and 
East  Twelfth 

McLeod,  N.  E.,  carpenter,  res  527  Seventh 

McLaughlin  Michael,  laborer,  res  W  s  Cedar  nr  Gross,  W  O 

McLintock  Joseph,  laborer,  res  S  s  E  Sixteenth  bet  12th  and 
13th  avs 

McMahon  Daniel,  laborer,  res  N  s  Durant  nr  Broadway 

McMahon  Kate,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

McMahon  Mary  Mrs.,  presser  with  Antonio  Patzer 

McMahon  Thomas  A.,  student  University 

McMahon  William,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-sixth  and 
Union 

McMail  Daniel,  stone  mason,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Lin- 
den 

McMail  Daniel  jr. ,  painter,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Linden 

McMail  John  W.,  painter,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Linden 

McManus  Bernard  C,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  bet 
Grove  and  Jefferson 

McManus  James,  gardener,  SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Adeline 

Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


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OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY.  279 

McManns  M.,  carpenter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  0 

McManus  Patrick,  fireman  stmr  Capital,  res  E  O 

McMANUS  PATRICK,  marble  polisher  witn  Madden  & 
Sheedy,  grocery  and  res  STV  cor  Twenty-seventh  and 
Grove 

Martin  Daniel  E.,  res  TV  s  Harrison  bet  Fifteenth  and  Six- 
teenth 

McMillan  Edward  H.,  bookkeeper  with  McCabe  <fe  Cox,  res 
738  Myrtle 

McMillan  William,  driver  with  TV.  TV.  McKenzie,  res  860 
Jefferson , 

McMinds  Ira,  carpenter,  res  STV  cor  Railroad  av  and  Wil- 
low, TV  O 

McMullan  John,  real  estate,  res  STV  cor  Eighteenth  and 
Brush 

McMurry  Frank,  stableman  with  L.  M.  Beaudry 

McNally  Edward  TV.,  student  University 

McNamara  John,  carpenter  and  builder,  407  Tenth,  res  724 
Linden 

McNamara  Patrick,  groceries  and  liquors,  store  and  res  STV 
cor  Myrtle  and  Third 

McNamara  Patrick,  laborer,  res  610  Second 

McNamara  Patrick,  laborer,  res  E  s  Union  nf  Twenty-sixth 

McNear  George  TV.,  commission  merchant  (S  F)  res  E  s 
Adeline  nr  Eighteenth 

McNeill  Godwin,  student  University 

McNerny  John,  moulder,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Third 

McNinime  Patrick,  harness  cleaner  Fashion  Livery  Stable 

McNultv  John,  watchmaker  Cal  Watch  Co,  res  Willow  Park, 
WB 

McNulty  Michael,  laborer,  res  Telegraph  av  nr  Twenty-eighth 

McPartland  James,  porter  Tubbs'  Hotel 

McPartland  John,  fireman  Grand  Central  Hotel 

McPherson  George  F.,  mining,  res  N  s  Merrimac  bet  Tele- 
graph av  and  Broadway 

McPhetridge  M.  P.,  cigars  and  tobacco,  801  Broadway,  res 
527  Seventh 

McQuade  P.,  foreman  car  repairing  shop  C  P  R  R,  res 
Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 

McQuaid  Patrick,  car  inspector  C  P  R  R,  res  Chase  bet 
Wood  anYl  Willow 

McQuarrie  D.,  brakeman  C  P  R  R 

McQuillan  Joseph,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  E  s  Henry  bet 
West  Fifth  and  Seventh 

McQuilquin  John,  bricklayer,  res  730  Filbert        » 

McTavish  B.C.,  plasterer,  res  709  Fifth 


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280  OAKLAND     [M]   DIRECTORY. 

McVey  John,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Clay  nr  Seventeenth 
McWade  David  D.,  res  SW  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  12th 

av,  E  O 
Mc  Williams  James,  res  Central  House 
Mc Worthy  Frank  J.,  miner,  res  E  s  Broadway  nr  Twenty- 
fourth 
MEACHAM  ROBERT,    proprietor    JBartlett    House,  .473 

Seventh 
Mead  Alden,  millwright,  res  cor  Chapel  and  Bancroftway, 

Berkeley 
Mead  James  F.,  machinist,  res  43  Valley 
Mead  Lewis  K.,   secretary  Bisdon    Iron  and  Locomotive 

Works  (S  F)  res  W  s  10th  av  bet  East  Seventeenth  and 

East  Eighteenth 
Mead  T.  W.,  ship  owner,  res  W  s  Cedar  nr  Chase,  W  O 
Mead  William  H.,  secretary  and  treasurer  S  F  Contra  Costa 

Water  Co.,  res  S  F 
MEADER   HORACE   P.,  superintendent  Whitney  &  Co.'s 

Express,  res  126  Eleventh 
Meagher  John,  plasterer,  res  965  Jefferson 
Mealey  George,  cabinetmaker,  res  573  Eighth 
Mearcher  Hannah,  domestic,  N  s  Charter  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Mechanics'  Home,  David  Cowan  proprietor,  S  s  William  bet 

Pine  and  Cedar,  W  O 
Mechanics'  Home,  F.  Schaffner  proprietor,  403  Ninth 
MECHANICS'   HOTEL,   James   Gibbons  proprietor,    416 

Seventh 
Medbery  &  Low  (Wm.  C.  Medbery  and  Benjamin  K.  Low) 

wood  and  coal,  cor  Chapel  and  Bancroft  way,  Berkeley 
Medbery  William  C.  (Medbery  &  Low)  res  cor  Chapel  and 

Bancroft  way,  Berkeley 
Mee  James,  machinist,  res  E  s  Webster  bet  Sixteenth  and 

Seventeenth 
Meek  — ,  capitalist,  res  Knox  House 
Meek  Annie  P.,  teacher  Lincoln  Grammar  School,  res  SW 

cor  Tenth  and  Madison 
Meek  Harry,  student  University 
Meeter  George,  architect,  res  W  s  16th  av  bet  East  Sixteenth 

and  East  Seventeenth 
Megahan  John,  plasterer,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  0 
Meguire  Frank,  gardener,  res  Mansion  House,  E  O 
MEIKLE  D.  A.  F.,  blacksmith,   carriagemaker  and  horse- 

shoer,  SE  cor  16th  av  and  East  Fourteenth,  res  cor 

Dennison  and  Kennedy 
MEIKLE 4  JAMES,   blacksmith,    res   W   s    Park  nr  East 

Twelfth,  E  O 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broad-way 


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OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY.  281 

Meinecke  Phoebe,  res  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  18th  and  19th 
avs 

Meiner  Rudolph,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Melley  Patrick,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Myrtle  and  Fifth 

MELLIS  BROS.  (Frank  J.  and  Fred.  R.  Mellis)  Great 
Eastern  Auction  House,  SW  cor  Eighth  and  Broadway 

MELLIS  FRANK  J.  (Mellis  Bros)  res  875  Broadway 

MELLIS  FRED  R.  (Mellis  Bros.)  res  875  Broadway 

MENDOCINO  LUMBER  YARD,  Walter  Laidlaw  propri- 
etor, SE  cor  Seventh  and  Brush 

Menges  Adam,  res  325  Ninth 

Menges  Henry,  barber  with  F.  W.  Seegletz,  res  S  s  Thir- 
teenth nr  Washington 

MENKE  DDUTRICH  (Kreyenhagen  &  Co.)  res  Alameda 

Mentz  Frederick,  saloon  (S  F)  res  cor  Sixteenth  and  Center, 
WO 

Mercer  Frank' B.,  solicitor  and  collector  Tribune  Publishing 
Co.,  res  306  Tenth 

Merchant  James  R.,  apothecary  with  B.  J.  Van  Voorhies, 
res  cor  Eleventh  and  Broadway    - 

Mercier  H.  Miss,  res  959  Clay 

Meredith  Griffith,  lumber,  Sierra  Co.,  res  W  s  Alice  bet 
Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 

Merle  A.,  hardware  (S  F)  res  E  s  Chester  bet  Ninth  and 
Tenth,  W  O 

Merriman  John,  calker  W  D  Co 

Merrill  Alva  D.,  commission  merchant,  res  E  s  Franklin  bet 
Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 

Merrill  Isaac,  mail  agent  C  P  R  R,  res  Sunnyside  House 

Merrill  Parker,  with  Loran  Miner,  res  S  s  East  Fifteenth  bet 
17th  and  18th  avs 

Merrill  W=  B.,  brick  maker,  res  Tremont  House 

Merriman  —  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  Mills  Seminary 

Merritt  Ambrose,  carpenter,  res  408  Eighth 

Merritt  Charles  Z.,  bookkeeper  with  F.  S.  Page,  res  SE  cor 
Twenty-fourth  and  Valley 

Merritt  F.  A.,  bookkeeper,  res  W  s  Webster  bet  Sixteenth 
and  Seventeeth 

Merritt  Julia  E.  Miss,  teacher,  res  cor  Twenty-fourth  and 
Valley 

Merritt  Laura  A.  Miss,  telegraph  operator  W  U  Tel  Co  (S 
F)  res  cor  Twenty-fourth  and  Valley 

MERRITT  SAMUEL,  capitalist  and  proprietor  Oakland 
lumber  yard,  res  W  s  Madison  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fif- 
teenth 

Merritt  S.  H.,  master  mariner,  res  404  Thirteenth 


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Merritt  W.  C.  Rev.,  res  cor  Twenty-fourth  and  Yalley 

Mertens  Joseph,  dairy,  res  S  s  Charter  bet  San  Pablo  and 
Telegraph  avs 

MerwinD.  W.,  brakeman  0  P  R  R,  res  Yosemite  Hotel, 
Alameda 

Merwin  Josepn  B.,  laborer,  res  570  Fifth 

Metcalf  George  B.,  clerk,  res  E  s  Bushnell  nr  University 
av,  Berkeley 

Metcalf  George  D.,  bookkeeper  Union  Savings  Bank,  res 
Berkeley 

Metcalf  O.  F.,  contractor,  res  356  Ninth 

Metcalf  Olive  Mrs.,  dressmaking,  res  910  Franklin 

Methodist  Episcopal  Church,  cor  7th  av  and  East  Fifteenth 

Methven  Alevander  H.,  watchmaker  with  W.  Wilson,  res 
961  Broadway 

Metzger  George,  res  S  s  Twelfth  nr  Adeline 

METZLER  &  PERU  (Charles  Metzler  and  "William  Peru) 
proprietors  Golden  Gate  Hall,  471-475  Eighth 

METZLER  CHARLES  (Metzler  &  Peru)  res  713  Green- 
wich, S  F 

Meves  Otto,  jeweler  with  L.  P.  Berger,  res  Ninth  bet  Center 
and  Kirkham 

Meyer  Adolph,  res  721  Sixth 

Meyer  Augustus,  res  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Fourth 

Meyer  Frederick,  woodcarver,  res  E  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty- 
fourth 

Meyer  Fritz,  veterinary  surgeon,  office  and  res  473  Eighth 

Meyer  Henry,  barber  with  Classon  &  Trost,  719  Sixth 

Meyer  Henry,  clerk  with  E.  Kreyenhagen  &  Co.,  res  NW 
cor  Broadway  and  Sixth 

Meyer  Henry  H.,  proprietor  Eureka  Hoeel,  SW  cor  Seventh 
and  Washington 

Meyer  John,  carver,  res  E  s  Grove  nr  Twenty-seventh 

Meyer  John,  laborer  W  D  Co 

Meyer  John  H.,  res  W  s  Campbell  bet  Atlantic  and  Pacific, 

wo 

Meyer  Mitchel,  engraver,  res  E  s   Filbert  nr  Twenty-fourth 

MEYERS  GUSTAVE  W.,  barber,  853  Broadway,  res  721 
Sixth 

Meyers  H.  W.,  woodcarver  W  D  Co,  res  509  Brannan,  S  F 

Meyers  Nathan,  res  Kelsey  House 

Meyers  Zeno  K.,  agent  Kohler,  Chase  &  Co.,  res  1055  Broad- 
way 

Mhoon  John  B.,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twelfth, 
WO 

Michel  August,  wines  and  liquors,  715  Broadway 


Try  Stephen  Smith's  system  of  collecting  Rents,  917  Broad-way 


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OAKLAND    [M]    DIRECTORY.  283 

Miclielsen  M.,  ticket  collector  C  P  R  B,  Broadway  wharf, 

res  cor  Washington  and  Bridge 
Migle  Mary  A.,  domestic,  cor  Moss  and  Telegraph  av 
Mihills  L.  K.,  teacher  Golden  Gate  Academy 
Milburn  Eichard,  laborer,  res  W  s  Chester  bet  Fifth  and 

Seventh 
MILBURY  SAMUEL  (Mather,  Milbury  &  Co.)  res  W  s 

Alice  nr  Seventeenth 
Miles  William  T.,  constable  and  engineer  Felton  Engine  Co. 

No.  2,  res  422  Second     ■ 
MILEY  &  LAAGE  (J.  A.  Miley  and  William  Laage)  Swiss 

confectionery  and  ice  cream  saloon,  916  Broadway 
MILEY  J.  A.  (Miley  &  Laage)  res  405  Ninth 
Mill  John,  gardener,  W  s  Market  opp  Eleventh 
Mill  William  W.,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  East  Sixteenth  and 

8th  av 
Millar  J.  E.,  res  N  s  Tenth  nr  Kirkham,  W  O 
Millard  Hulda  Miss,  res  W  s  College  av  one-half  mile  S 

Asylum,  Berkeley 
MILLER   &   WINSOR   (James  Miller  and  Serril  Winsor) 

proprietors  California  Pottery  and  Terra  Cotta  Works, 
»   cor  East  Twelfth  and  Park 
Miller  Agnes,  widow,  729  Myrtle 
Miller  Charles  W.,  student  University 
Miller  F.  B.,  res  E  s  Grove  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 
Miller  George,  res  1117  Alice 
Miller  Gerge,  hostler  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Miller  George  A.,   farmer,   res  N  s  Ninth  bet  Jackson  and 

Madison 
Miller  G.  H.,  clerk  with  William  G.  Dinsmore,  res  729  Myrtle 
Miller  Henry,  distributer  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Miller  H.  E.  Mrs.,  res  946  Myrtle 
Miller  James,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
MILLER  JAMES  (Miller  &  Winsor)  res  cor  East  Twelfth 

and  Park 
Miller  J.  F.,   auditor  Custom  House  (S  F)  res  W  s  Linden 

nr  Eighth 
Miller  John,  res  1114  Eighteenth  av,  E  O 
Miller  John,    butcher,    1753   Railroad  av,    res  Eighth  bet 

Willow  and  Wood,  WO 
Miller  John,  junk,  cor  Twenty-fourth  and  Magnolia 
Miller  John  W.  (Miller  &  Hall,  S  F)  res*NE  cor  Eighteenth 

and  Adeline 
Miller  Joseph,  dishwasher  with  Chris.  Bauder  &  Co. 
Miller  Noah,  physician  and  surgeon,  1004  Broadway,  rooms 

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Miller  O.  C,  clerk  U  S  Mint,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Miller  Paul,   foreman  C  P  E  E,   res  E  s  11th  av  bet  East 

Sixteenth  and  East  Seventeenth 
Miller  Peter,  Custom  House  broker,  res  NE  cor  Fourteenth 

and  West 
Miller  Eobert  B.,  printer,  res  N  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Miller  Thomas,  clerk  Humboldt  Hotel 
Miller  William,  farmer,  res  N  s  Nineteenth  nr  Market 
Miller  William,    machinehand   Pioneer  Planing  Mills,    res 

Eland  House 
Miller  William  E.,   banker,   res  W  s  Webster  bet  Fifteenth 

and  Sixteenth 
Miller  William  H.,  res  764  Brush 
MILLER  WILLIAM  N.  (Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co.)  res 

122  Ninth 
Millett  O.  F.  Mrs.,  res  916  Filbert . 
Milliet  Alexis,  res  416  First 
Milligan  H.  G.,  bookkeeper  Oakland  Lumber  Yard,  res  369 

Eleventh 
Milligan  Peter,  laborer,  res  W  s  Myrtle   bet   Second   and 

Third 
Milligan  Sallie  Miss,  dressmaker  with  M.  V.  Davis,  res  213 

Fourth 
MILLOSLOVICH  LOUIS,  chop  house  and  restaurant,  459 

Seventh,  res  Cosmopolitan  Hotel 
Milloslovich  M.,  waiter  with  L.  Milloslovich,  res  Cosmo- 
politan Hotel 
MILLS  C.  T.  Rev.,  principal  Mills'  Seminary,  Seminary  av 

4  miles  E  of  Brooklyn 
Mills  M.  V.,  machinist,  res  S  s  Twenty-fifth  bet  Telegraph 

av  and  Broadway 
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Mills  principal,  Seminary  av  4  miles  E  of  Brooklyn 
Mills  William,  brakeman  C  P  E  E,  res  Yosemite  Hotel, 

Alameda 
Milne  A.  O.,  foreman  Bulletin  (S  F)  res  N  s  Walton  nr  Tele- 
graph av 
Milton  Anthony,  master  mariner,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr 

Twenty-eighth 
Milwain  Alexander,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Seventeenth  and 

Franklin 
Minan  John,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Miner  Annie  E.  Miss,  teacher  Peralta  School,  res  Temescal 
Miner  John  M.,  res  SW  cor  Ninth  and  Clay 
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Mintie  A.  E.,  physician,  res  419  East  Twelfth 

Mires  John  C,  carpenter  Brooklyn  Planing  Mill,  res  cor 

Thirty-fourth,  and  Chestnut 
Missmer  K,  wood,  res  cor  13th  av  and  East  Thirty-second 
Mitchell  Charles  T.,  tinsmith  with  M.  De  La  Montanya,  res 

462  Twelfth 
Mitchell  J.,  plumber,  res  462  Twelfth 
Mitchell  John  H.,  res  166  Second 

Mitchell  Louisa,  widow,  res  Redwood  av  nr  Fruit  Vale  av 
Mitchell  Michael,  coachman,  W  s  Broadway  nr  Moss 
Mitchell  M.  R.  Mrs.,  dsmestic,  620  Fourteenth 
Mitchell  Samuel,  gardener,  res  403  Ninth 
Mitchell  Samuel  H.,  special  policeman,  res  954  Brush 
Mitchell  William,  brakeman  C  P  R  R 
MIX  &  BOYCE  (L.  W.  Mix  and  S.  B.  Boyce)  commission 

stock  brokers,  907  Broadway 
MIX  L.  W.  (Mix  &  Boyce)  res  427  Sutter  (S  F) 
Mizner  Lansing,  student  University 
Moate  George,  teamster  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Evoy 

av  and  Lusk 
Moffat  J.  A.,  brakeman  C  P  R  R  , 

Moffet  John,  res  1160  Alice 
Moffit  — ,  res  N  s  Twenty-second  nr  Webster 
Moffitt  Frank,  publisher,  res  617  East  Twelfth 
Moffitt  James,  wines  and  liquors,  NE  cor  East  Eleventh  and 

13th  av,  res  617  East  Twelfth 
Mogan  Charles  F.,  vinegar  manufacturer  with  J.   Lusk  & 

Co,  res  cor  Evoy  av  and  Lusk 
Mohr  Henry,  tinsmith  with  M.  De  La  Montanya,  res  Golden 

Star  Hotel 
MOLLER  WILLIAM  (Dalziel  &  Moller)  res  cor  Telegraph 

av  and  Delger 
Momyer  Henry,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Third  and  Castro 
Monaghan  JohnM.,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Monaghan  Patrick,  car  repairer  C  P  R  R,  res  N  s  Pacific  bet 

Willow  and  Campbell,  W  O 
Monahan  Bridget,  res  NE  cor  Atlantic  and  Campbell 
Monahan  Daniel,  res  W  s  Magnolia  nr  Third 
Monahan  William,  hostler  with  Newland  &  Pumyea,  res  462 

Seventh 
Monette  Joseph  L.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  515 

Fourth 
Monholland  John,  painter,  res  518  East  Fifteenth 
Monihan  Margaret,  domestic,  904  Filbert 
Monroe  Reberta,  domestic,  E  s  Bushnell  nr  University  av, 

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Montague  Ellen,  chambermaid  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Montague  James  P.,  captain  tugboat  Amelia,  res  565  Fifth 
Montague  Richard,  res  1027  Filbert 
Montague  E.  W.  Mrs.,  res  1027  Filbert 
Montague  S.  S.,  engineer  CPEE,  res  1027  Filbert 
Montandon  A.  F.,  res  cor  Grove  and  Twenty-sixth 
Monte  Joseph,  polisher  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Montealegre  John  G.,  stock  broker,  res  cor  Laurel  and  Tel- 
egraph av 
Monteith  Andrew  J.,  broker,  res  954  Brush 
MONTGOMERY    &    MARTIN   (Zach.    Montgomery   and 

James  C.  Martin)  attys-at-law,  Wilcox  Block,  room  16 
Montgomery  J.  X.,  res  1159  Franklin 

MONTGOMERY  ZACH.  (Montgomery  &  Martin)  atty-at- 
law,J  res  N  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Forty-first  and  Forty-seed 
Montrose  John  B.,.  carpenter,  res  N  s  Eleventh  nr  Center 
Mooar  George,  professor  theology  Pacific  Theological  Semi- 
nary, Edward  nr  Telegraph  av 
MOODY  &  EGGERT  (Horace  Moody  and  W.  W.  Eggert) 
upholsterers  and  cabinetmakers,  SW  cor  Goss  and  Pine, 
WO 
Moody  Edwin,  artist  and  engraver,  res  N  s  Fourth  bet  Mad- 
ison and  Oak 
MOODY  HORACE  (Moody  &  Eggert)  res  William  nr  Bay 
Moody  James,  pedler,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
Moodv  Malcolm,  student  University 
MOODY  VOLNEY  D.,  president  First  National  Gold  Bank 

of  Oakland,  res  38  McAllister  (S  F) 
Moon  Henrv,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Mooney  John,  agent  Wheeler  &  Wilson  S  M  Co,  472  Eighth 
Mooney  — ,  res  MW  cor  11th  av  and  East  Sixteenth 
Moore  A.  A.,  atty-at-law,  res  1053  Fifth  av,  E  O 
Moore  Alfred  R.,  tinsmith  with  G.  L.  Lynde,  res  S  s  East 

Seventeenth  bet  5th  and  6th  avs 
Moore  Annia  S.,  domestic,  X  s  Seventeenth  bet  Clay  and 

Jefferson  •. 

Moore  Armstrong  P.,  books,  stationery  and  pianos,  1101 

Broadway,  res  1211  Franklin 
Moore  C.  J.,  carpenter,  res  714  Fourth 
Moore  Daniel,  conductor*  C  P  B  B,  res  W  s  13th  av  bet  East 

Twelfth  and  East  Thirteenth 
Moore  Ephraim,  superintendent  track  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Moore  F.  W.,  porter  CPKE 
Moore  H.  A.,  furniture  (S  F)  res  Merrimac  bet  Telegraph 

av  and  Broadway 
Moore  Henry,  laborer,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 

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Moore  Henry  A.,  miner,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 

MOORE  ISAAC  (Price  &  Moore)  res  934  Dolores  (S  F) 

Moore  James,  carpenter,  res  Fourteenth  bet   Franklin  and 

Broad  wav 
Moore  James,  carpenter,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Twenty- 
sixth 
Moore  John  A.,  painter,  shop  and  res  junction  Market  and 

San  Pablo  av 
Moore  Kate,  domestic,  E  s  Grove  nr  Sixteenth 
Moore  Michael,  beer  saloon,  SE  cor  Piailroad  av  and  Cedar, 

WO 
Moore  M.  Mrs.,  res  518  Tenth 

Moore  —  Mrs.,  res  N  s  West  Fifth  bet  Henry  and  Lewis 
Moore  William,  barkeeper  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Moore  William,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Fourteenth  bet  Broadway 

and  Franklin 
Moore  William  W.,  speculator,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Moore  W.  W.,  hackman,  res  414  Sixth 
Moparra  S.,  laborer,  res  410  Seventh 
Moquin  Peter,    barber  with    Ernest   Held,    res    Somerset 

House 
Moran  James  T.,  clerk  with  J.  Greenhood  &  Bros.,  .ies  625 

Filbert 
Moran  Thomas,  laborer,  res  715  Myrtle 
More  H.  H.,  stockraiser,  res  NE  cor  Jackson  and  Lake 
Morehead  James,  butcher,  res  Soracco  House,  W.  O 
MOREHEAD  JAMES,  oyster  and  chop  house,  S  s  Railroad 

av  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W  O 
Morell  H.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
MORETON  HENRY,  merchant  tailor,  962  Broadway,  res 

NW  cor  Clay  and  Sixteenth 
Morey  Gibeon  E.,  machinist,  res  W  s  Myrtle  nr  Thirtieth 
Moi«ey   M.  B.,  carpenter,   res   NE   cor  Twenty-eighth   and 

.   Myrtle 
Morey  Eoswell  E.,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  NE  cor  Twenty- 
eighth  and  Myrtle 
Morford  Nathan,  student  University 
MORGAN  BART,  druggist,  913  Seventh 
Morgan  C.  B.,  manager  Bank  British  North  America,  res 

Grand  Central  Hotel 
Morgan  Edward,  clerk  with  J.  M.  Cronin,  res  411  Twelfth 
Morgan  E.  H.,  bookkeeper  with  A.  Mau  &  Co.,  res  NW  cor 

Fifteenth  and  Clay 
Morgan  Henry  H.,  engineer,  res  Pierson  nr  Chase,  W  O 
Morgan  John,  ship  joiner  W  D  Co,  res  SW  cor  William  and 

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Morgan  John  P.,  musician,  res  SE  cor  Seventeenth  and  Jef- 
ferson 

Morgan  M.  L.  Miss,  res  W  s  Alice  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fif- 
teenth 

Morgan  Thomas  W.,  surveyor,  office  10  City  Hall,  res  cor 
Seventh  av  and  Twenty-first,  E  O 

Morgan  W.  P„  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Morgan  — ,  harness  maker,  res  Central  Pacific  Hotel 

Morison  William  C,  student  University 

Morrill  Simeon  F.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Te- 
mescal 

Morris  Barnard,  tailor  962  Broadway,  res  1511  Powell  (S  F 

Morris  Cora  Miss,  res  S  s  Sycamore  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Morris  Florence  Miss,  res  S  s  Sycamore  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Morris  Jacob  S.,  architect,  res  807  Brush 

Morris  Jacob  S.  jr.,  res  807  Brush 

Morris  John,  res  S  s  West  nr  Fifteenth 

Morris  John  W.,  res  615  Third 

Morris  Mary  Miss,  res  S  s  Sycamore  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Morris  M.  L.,  butcher  (wholesale)  res  cor  Fourteenth  and 
Myrtle 

Morris  Thomas  C,  salesman,  res  807  Brush 

Morris  W.,  helper  Oakland  Planing  Mill 

Morrisey  Catherine,  widow,  res  SE  cor  6th  av  and  East 
Seventeenth 

Morrison  Alexander  F.,  student  University 

Morrison  C.  D.,  mining,  res  Julia  nr  East  Fourteenth,  Fruit 
Vale 

Morrison  D.,  widow,  res  E  s  Henry  nr  Third 

Morrison  Daniel,  master  mariner,  res  662  Washington 

Morrison  Daniel,  watchman  Oakland  Planing  Mill 

MORRISON  HECTOR,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  S  s  Sew- 
ard bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W  O 

Morrison  John,  fireman  CPEE,  res  1064  Twelfth  av 

Morrison  Parker  M.  (Hirshberg  &  Morrison)  res  705  Franklin 

Morrison  Richard  M.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Elm  nr  College  av 

Morrison  S.  A.,  res  W  s  Vale  av  nr  East  Fourteenth,  Fruit 
Vale 

Morrison  T.  J.,  carpenter,  res  323  Eleventh 

Moroney  Paul,  stockbroker  (S  F)  res  NW  cor  East  Eleventh 
and  3d  av 

Moroney  Paul  L.,  clerk  with  Paul  Moroney,  res  NW  cor 
East  Fourteenth  and  3d  av 

Morrow  David  Kev.,  res  S  s  Spring  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Morrow  J.  A.,  student  University 

Morrow  John,  farmer,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Logan 


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OAKLAND    [  M  ]    DIRECTORY.  289 

Morrow  John,  laborer  Enterprise  Mills,  res  cor  Telegraph 
av  and  Walton 

Morrow  W.  H.,  student  University 

Morse  Charles  A.,  mining  secretary  (S  F)  res  NW  cor  Cale- 
donia and  Telegraph  avs 

Morse  David  A. ,  deputy  township  assessor,  res  S  s  Four- 
teenth bet  Franklin  and  Webster 

Morse  E.  S.  Mrs.,  res  857  Harrison 

Morse  F.  E.  Mrs.,  res  E  s  4th  av  nr  East  Seventeenth 

Morse  Frederick  W.,  student  University 

Morse  Fremont,  student  University 

MORSE  HENRY  N,  sheriff  Alameda  County,  8  Court 
House,  res  cor  Newton  and  Watson 

Morse  I.  H.,  res  W  s'Clay  nr  Fifteenth 

Morse  Isaac  P.,  res  NE  cor  11th  av  and  East  Fifteenth 

Morse  J.  E.,  shoemaker  with  Holcomb  &  Outram,  res  Me- 
chanics' Home 

Morse  L.  M.,  farmer,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  nr  Market 

Morse  Menzo  J.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Myrtle  nr  Thirtieth 

MORSE  MOSES  G.,  proprietor  Empire  Restaurant,  858 
Broadway,  res  Washington  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth 

Morse  Ralza  A.,  farmer,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal 

Mosca  Ernesto,  hairdresser,  828  Broadway,  res  466  Sixth 

Moser  M.  L.  Miss,  housekeeper  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Moses  Bernard,  professor  University,  res  cor  Chapel  and 
University  av,  Berkeley 

Moses  Horatio,  res  NE  cor  Julia  and  East  Fourteenth,  Fruit 
Yale 

Moskiman  R.  H.,  compositor  Bulletin  (S  F)  res  W  s  Chester 
nr  Third 

Moss  J .  Mora,  banker  (S  F)  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Moss  av 

Moss  Patrick  H.,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Moss  P.  H.,  laborer,  res  607  Harrison 

Mote  James,  blacksmith,  res  760  Franklin 

Mott  Peter  D.,  engineer  C  P  R  R,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Wood 

Moubre  Nicholas,  laborer,  res  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow  and 
Wood,  W  O 

Mould  M.  A.,  bookkeeper,  res  SsGoss  bet  Wood  and  Pine 

Moulder  A.  J.,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 

Moulthrop  C.  W.,  horse  trainer  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

Moulton  Floyd,  bookkeeper,  res  259  Eighth 

Moulton  Margaret,  teacher  with  Victor  Sewing  Machine,  res 
259  Eighth 

Mount  Harvey,  res  410  Tenth 

Mount  J.  H.,  salesman  with  Burns,  Whitman  &  Gardiner, 
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Mowatt  Gilbert,  foreman  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Charter 
Oak  Hotel,  W  O 

Mower  Ezra  H.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Center 

Moyer  Frank,  bookkeeper,  res  NE  cor  Harrison  and  Seventh 

Moylen  Michael,  laborer,  res  1021  Franklin 

Mudge  Theo.  A.,  real  estate  agent,  res  W  s  Webster  bet 
Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 

MUELLER  &  STEFFANONI  (Ernest  Mueller  and  Achille 
Steffanoni)  watchmakers  and  jewelers,  923  Broadway 

Mueller  Constantine,  professor  music,  res  cor  Twenty-sixth 
and  Chestnut 

MUELLER  ERNEST  (Mueller  &  Steffanoni)  res  cor  San 
Pablo  av  and  Twenty-second 

Mueller  Jacob,  harnessmaker  with  F.  A.  Marsten,  res  Stew- 
art's Hotel 

Muer  Bartlett,  overseer  Oakland  Breakwater,  res  721  Frank- 
lin 

Mues  Richard,  shipwright  W  D  Co 

Mulcahey  Michael,  laborer,  res  1064  Twelfth  av 

Mulford  David,  carpenter,  res  806  Clay 

Mulgrew  James,  laborer  Brooklyn  Planing  Mill,  res  711 
East  Twelfth 

Mullan  Patrick,  laborer  C  P  B  R,  res  Winthrop  House 

Mullen  Harriet  Mrs.,  res  SE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Linden 

Mullen  H.  M.  Miss,  teacher,  res  SE  cor  Fourteenth  and 
Linden 

Mullen  John,  laborer,  res  N  s  Twenty-first  nr  Market 

Mullen  Patrick,  laborer  W  D  Co 

Mullen  Thomas,  laborer  with  Taylor  &  Co.,  res  913  Alice 

Mullen  — ,  with  City  Gas  Works,  res  469  Fourth 

Muller  Charles  A.,  res  621  Sixth 

Muller  George,  bakery,  store  and  res  1230  Broadway 

Muller  John,  laundryrnan  Berkeley  Laundry 

Muller  William,  res  669  Third 

Mulligan  Mary,  domestic,  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  Clay 

Mulligan  Peter,  laborer  CPRE,  res  Oakland  Wharf 

Mullikin  Joseph  D.,  road  master,  res  Evoy  av  nr  San  Pablo 

Mullin  John,  blacksmith  W  D  Co 

Mulvey  Christopher,  car  repairer  CPKK,  res  Seventh  bet 
Cedar  and  Pine,  W  O 

Mulville  N.  B.,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  616  Ninth 

Mumford  G.  H.  Mrs.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Mumm  Charles,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Central  Pacific 
Railroad  House,  W  O 

Munce  John,  machinist  C  P  R  R,  res  E  s  Peralta  bet  Third 
and  Fifth 


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Munday  Frank,  stevedore,  res  W  s  Curtis  nr  Twenty-first 
Munsell  James  jr.,  life  insurance  agent,  res  E  s  Madison  bet 

Ninth  and  Tenth 
Munson  Frederick,  res  709  Jackson 
Munson  J.   H.,  sawfiler,   1110  Broadway,  res  Mission  bet 

Eighteenth  and  Nineteenth,  S  F 
Munson  Sarah  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Twentieth 
Murat  H.,  barber,  shop  and  777  East  twelfth 
Murbach  John,  laborer  with  G.  H.  Naegle  * 
Murdoch  John  C,  operator  A  &  P  Tel  Co,  res  S  s  Twelfth 

bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 
Murdy  B.  J.,  barber,  Soracco  House,  W  O 
Murphy  Arthur,  real  estate  broker,  res  616  Eighth 
Murphy  Bridget,  domestic,  W  s  Peralta  nr  Seward 
Murphy  Daniel,  driver  with  J.  McElroy,  res  215  Sixth 
Murphy  Daniel  A.,  car  repairer  CPEB,  res  NE  cor  West 

Fifth  and  Henry 
Murphy  Dennis,  cook  Eland  House 

Murphy  Edward,  butcher,  S  s  Railroad  av  bet  Pine  and  Ce- 
dar, W  O 
Murphy  Edmond,  laborer  C  P  B  B,  res  Seventh  nr  Chester 
Murphy  Edward,  shoemaker  with  E.  Fitzgerald,  res  Central 

House 
Murphy  Fanny,  house  keeper,  860  Seventh 
Murphy  James,  res  868  Castro 
Murphy  James,  carpenter,  res  424  Twelfth 
Murphy  James,  laborer,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Twenty- 
sixth 
Murphy  James,  laborer,  res  cor  Twenty-second  and  West 
Murphy  J.  C,  sawyer  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res  West  Oak- 
land House 
Murphy  Jeremiah,  carpenter,  res  216  Sixth 
Murphy  John,  tinsmith  with  G.  L.  Lynde 
Murphy  Joseph,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Murphy  J.  T.,  stair  builder  with  Grove-st  Planing  Mill 
Murphy  Kossuth  M.,  student  University,  res  1009  Madison 
Murphy  Mary,  nurse,  N  s  Merrimac  nr  Telegraph  av 
Murphy  M.,  laborer,  res  W  s  Myrtle  bet  Second  and  Third 
Murphy  Patrick,  laborer  W  D  Co,  res  Seventh  bet  Broad- 
way and  Franklin  4 
Murphy  John,  hostler  Berkeley  Laundry 
MURPHY  PATRICK  A.    (O'Connell   &   Co)   res   SW   cor 

Fourth  and  Alice 
Murphy  P.  J.,  calker  W  D  Co 

Murphy  Thomas,  groceries,  S  s  Bailroad  av  bet  Pine  and 
Cedar,  W  O 


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Murphy  Thomas,  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Murphy  William,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co 
Murphy  William  C,  res  215  Sixth 
Murphy  William  S.,   doors,  windows,  blinds,  etc.,  665-667 

Broadway,  res  Nolan  nr  West 
Murphy  — ,  clerk  with  J.J.  O'Brien  &  Co.,  res  Eland  House 
MURRAY    &    ROBERTS    (Timothy   Murray  and   Samuel 

Roberts)  proprietors  Grand  Central  Carriage  Works,  N 

s  Twelfth  bet  Harrison  and  Alice 
Murray  Dennis,  gardener,  N  s  Frederick  nr  Telegraph  av 
Murray  Dennis,  laborer,  res  822  Myrtle 
Murray  George  D.,  student  University 
Murray  John,  tailor,  res  Eland  House 
Murray  Robert  M.,  builder,  res  N  s  Elm  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Murray  S.  C,  carpenter,  res  West  Oakland  Lodging  House 
Murray   S.    J.  Mrs.,  proprietress   West   Oakland   Lodging 

House,  res  N  s  Railroad  av  bet  Wood  and  Pine 
MURRAY  TIMOTHY  (Murray  &  Roberts)  res  210  Eighth 
Murrav  Timothy,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  N  s  Atlantic  bet 

Willow  and  Campbell,  W  O 
Murray  William,  res  821  Thirteenth 
Murtha  Peter,  stone  cutter  (S  F)  res  S  s  Taylor  nr  Wood, 

WO 
Musgrave  Robert  W\,  student  University 
Musselman  David,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  cor  Seventeenth 

and  Cypress,  W  O 
Myers  A.  F.,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  561  Fifth 
Myers  A.  H.,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  1731  Railroad  av,  res 

Engine  House  No.  3,  Eighth 
Myers  Daniel,  painter,  res  N  s  Laurel  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Myers  Frank  B.,  clerk  with  Sherman  &  Hyde  (S  F)  res  Rus- 
sell House 
Myers  Frederick  F.,  lime,  plaster,  fire-brick  and  drain  pipe, 

NE  cor  Third  and  Washington,  res  708  Washington 
Myers  George  O.,  res  Russell  House 
Myers  Henry,  tinsmith,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and  Pine, 

WO 
Myers  Jonathan,   agent  Remington  Sewing  Machines,  465 

Ninth,  res  N  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Myer^William,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Laurel  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Myers  WTilliam  R.,  painter,  res  621  Third 
Myers  W.  R.,  painter,  res  701  Frankiin 
Myers  Zeno,  clerk,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and  Pine,  W  O 
Myers  Z.  K.,  manager  with  Kohler  Chase  &  Co,,  Broadway 

bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth,  res  Goss  nr  Wood 
Myles  George,  helper  Oakland  Planing  Mill 


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Myrick  Ella  Miss,  teacher,  res  SE  cor  Brush  and  Thirteenth 
Myrick  Frederick,  barkeeper  with  T.  J.  McDaniels,  res  S  s 

Lincoln  nr  Wood,  W  O 
Myrick  John  B.,  machinist  CPKR,  res  557  Seventh 


N 

Naegle  G.  H.,  wood  and  coal,  NE  cor  Sixth  and  Washing- 
ton, res  6n3  Webster 

Naegle  John,  blacksmith,  res  603  Webster 

Nagle  Edward,  gardener,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  bet  Jefferson  and 
Clay 

Napa  John,  upholsterer  with  C.  J.  Rossini 

Nash  Hannah  N.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Poplar  bet  Tenth  and 
Twelfth,  W  O 

Naylor  Charles  E.,  bookkeeper  with  Mark  Sheldon  (SF)  res 
S  s  Eighth  nr  Campbell 

Neal  J.  E.,  carpenter,  res  Ws  Telegraph  av  nr  Forty -third 

Nealan  John,  laborer,  res  cor  Bancroft  way  and  Chapel, Berk- 
eley 

Neall  James,  merchant,  res  1067  Brush 

Nebel  Herrmann,  clerk  with  E.  Kreyenhagen  &  Co.,  res  NW 
cor  Broadway  and  Sixth 

NEDDERMAN  B.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  shop  and  res  705 
East  Twelfth 

Nedderman  Henry,  policeman,  rest  West  Oakland  House 

Needham  Dwight,  map  agent,  res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Durant 

Needham  G.  S.,  teacher  music,  res  769  East  Fourteenth 

Needham  William  C,  map  agent,  res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Du- 
rant 

Neely  Mary  J.,  seamstress  .with  Mrs.  T  J.  Hyde,  res  1058 
Alice 

Neill  M.  A.  Miss,  teacher  Grove-st  School,  res  Webster  bet 
Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 

Neithercott  William,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  cor  William 
and  Willow,  W  O 

NELLER  LEOPOLD  (Held  &  Neller)  res  1226  Broadway 

Nelson  Anton  M.,  hostler  with  Cummings  &  Eowe,  res  NE 
cor  Railroad  av  and  Wood 

Nelson  C,  res  Kelsey  House 

Nelson  Charles,  harnessmaker  with  William  Hanley,  res  23 
Moss  (S  F) 

Nelson  Charles,  gardener,  res  N  s  Eleventh  nr  Kirkham 

Nelson  John  M.,  cabinetmaker  W  D  Co 


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Nelson  Matthew,  blacksmith  shop  and  res  cor  San  Pablo  and 

University  avs,  W  B 
Nelson  Thomas,  master  mariner,  res  N  s  Brown  nr  West 
Nelson  Thomas,  turner,  res  661  Grove 

Nelson  — ,  res  N  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow  and  Campbell,  W  O 
Nesbit  Jacob,  res  SE  cor  11th  av  and  East  Eighteenth 
Nesbitt  J.  W.  Miss,  teacher  Grove-st  School,  res  Webster 

bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 
Nestell  D.  D.  T.,  physician,  office  and  res  714  Tenth 
Nettleton  A.  B.,  miner,  res  Knox  House         # 
Neugent  Fred.  C.,  butcher  with  J.  F.  Smith,  res  W  s  Brush 

nr  Seventeenth 
Neumann  Albert,  manufacturing  jeweler,  1011  Franklin 
Neumann  Louis,  upholsterer,  res  412  First 
Neuwiler  Jacob,  baker  with  Paul  &  Beier 
NEVADA  MARKET,  T.  W.  Thacker  proprietor,   SE  cor 

Filbert  and  Third 
NEW  YORK  AUCTION  STORE  (dry  goods)  E.  Barnett 

proprietor,  825  Broadway 
NEW  YORK  LIVERY  STABLE,  Strauter  &  Howard  pro- 
prietors, SW  cor  Eighth  and  Webster 
Newberry  A.  A.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Newbold  H.  P.,  res  The  Centennial 
Newcomb  W.,  physician  and  surgeon,  1059  Broadway,  res 

Grand  Central  Hotel 
Newcomb  William,  res  NE  cor  Twenty-third  and  Valley 
Newell  James,  laborer,  res  N  s  Lydia  nr  West 
Newell  John,  farmer,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal 
Newell  Julia,  nurse,  res  573  Eighth 
Newhouse  Henry,   wood  carver  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res 

Golden  Star  Hotel 
Newkoop  John,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  West 
Newland  &  Pumyea  (Edward  Newland  and  Peter  Pumyea) 

livery  stable,  262  Seventh 
Newland  Andrew  (E.  &  A.  Newland,  res  Newland's  Hotel 
Newland  E.  &  A.  (Edward  and  Andrew  Newland)  propri- 
etors Newland's  Hotel,  NE  cor  Washington  and  Seventh 
Newland  Edward  (E.  &  A.  Newland  and  Newland  &  Pumyea) 

res  Newland's  Hotel 
Newland's  Hotel,   E.   &  A.   Newland  proprietors,   NE  cor 

Washington  and  Seventh 
Newman  Eugenia  Miss,  compositor  Signs  of  the  Times,  res 

757  Jefferson 
Newman  William,  brakeman  C  P  B  B,  res  565  Fifth 
Newsom  Bros   (J.  J.   and  S.   Newsom)    architects,  Benitz 

Block,  cor  Broadway  and  Tenth 

Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs,  469  Ninth  st. 

OAKLAND     [  N  ]    DIRECTORY.  295 

Newsom  J.  J.  (Newsom  Bros)  res  S  s  East  Seventeenth  bet 

7th  and  8th  avs 
NEWSOM  LAVENS  M.,  proprietor  Maple  Leaf  Nursery, 

151  Twelfth,  E  O,  res  SW  cor  6th  av  and  Sixteenth,  E  O 
Newsom  S.  (Newsom  Bros)  res  S  s  East  Seventeenth,  bet 

7th  and  8th  avs 
Newsom  Thomas,  with  Newsom  Bros,  res  East  Sixteenth  nr 

6th  av 
Newton  Charles,  res  Lake  Shore  av  nr  Lake  Merritt 
Newton  Charles,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Neylan  James  (Neylan  &  Young,  S  F)  res  S  Eighth  bet 

Union  and  Poplar,  W  O 
Neylan  Joseph  D.,  clerk  (S  F)  res  S  s  Eighth  bet  Union  and 

Poplar,  W  O 
Nicholas  Jose,  clerk,  res  S  s  Twenty-seventh  nr  Grove 
NICHOLL  BLOCK,  NE  cor  Washington  and  Ninth 
Nichols  Andrew  S.,  resSW  cor  Thirteenth  and  West 
Nichols  C,  brakeman  CPEE,  res  Oakland  Wharf 
Nichols  C.  M.,  insurance  surveyor,  res  Fruit  Yale  av 
Nichols  G.  W.,  carpenter,  res  503  Eleventh 
Nichols  Jesse  C,  apothecary  with  H.  Bowman,   res   1114 

Washington 
Nichols  Joseph,  laborer  CPEE,  res  cor  Twenty-seventh 

and  Park 
Nichols  Thomas  E.,  student  University 
Nicholson  George  J.,  gardener,  res  cor  Grove  and  Elm 
Nicholson  I.  E.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  res  626 

Eighth 
Nicholson  Joseph  C,  with  Dickson,  DeWolf  &  Co  (S  F)  res 

954  West  Twelfth 
Nicholson  Thomas,  teamster  with  E.  Surryhne  &  Co.,  res 

foot  Division,  W  O 


Maple    Leaf    Nursery. 

L,  M.  NEWSOM,  Proprietor. 

South-east  cor.  East  Twelfth  aiid  Third  Avenue. 

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Nicholson  T.  M.,  teamster,  res  foot  Division,  W  O 

Nicholson  Walter  H.,  gtudent  University 

Nickals  William,  farmer,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Twenty- 
third 

Nickerson  Zenas  E.,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  W  s  Willow  nr 
Chase,  W  O 

Nickerson  Zenas  P.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Willow  nr  Chase 

Nicol  Peter,  plumber,  res  N  s  Laurel  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Nicola  E.,  carpenter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 

Nicoll  P.,  plumber,  E  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Twenty-second  and 
Twenty-third 

Nielsen  Edward,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  S  s  Logan  nr  Grove 

Niemann  Robert,  groceries  and  liquors,  560  Franklin 

Nightengale  William,  driver  Broadway  and  Telegraph-av  R 
R,  res  cor  Forty-ninth  and  Telegraph  av 

NIGHTINGILL  A.  E.,  publisher,  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr  San 
Pablo  av 

Niswander  J.  S.,  miner,  res  SW  cor  William  and  Wood,  W  O 

Nithercott  William,  shipwright,  res  E  s  William  nr  Atlantic, 
WO 

Niver  John  D.,  watchman  C  P  R  R,  res  N  s  West  Fifth  bet 
Filbert  and  Linden 

NIXON  ROBERT  B.  (Carmichael  &  Nixon)  res  S  s  Minna 
nr  Telegraph  av 

Noack  Gustav  A.,  cabinetmaker,  res  N  s  Nineteenth  nr  Mar- 
ket 

Noble  A.,  watchman  W  D  Co 

Noble  E.  G.,  engineer,  res  Seventh  bet  Adeline  and  Center 

NOBLETT  ROBERT  R.  (McCleverty  &  Noblett)  res  414 
Eighth 

Nolan  Bernard,  plasterer,  res  NW  cor  Third  and  Chestnut 

Nolan  Bridget,  widow,  res  NW  cor  East  Fourteenth  and 
15th  av 

Nolan  Cornelius,  expressman,  cor  Eighth  and  Broadway,  res 
N  s  Twenty-seventh  nr  West 

Nolan  Dennis,  res  NW  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  15th  av 

Nolan  Dennis,  blacksmith  with  T.  D.  Weymouth,  res  730 
Adam,  E  0 

Nolan  James,  engineer,  res  663  Jefferson 

Nolan  James,  laborer,  res  NW  cor  East  Fourteenth  and 
loth  avs 

Nolan  Lawrence,  harnessmaker  (S  F)  res  NW  cor  Grove  and 
Pine,  W  O 

Nolan  Mary,  domestic,  1129  Myrtle 

Nolan  Michael,  laborer  W  D  Co,  res  NW  cor  East  Four- 
teenth and  15th  av 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


Eureka  Refrigerator  the  best,  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 
OAKLAND     [N]    DIRECTORY.  297 

Nolan  Michael,   laborer  C  P  II  R,   res  Railroad  Exchange 

Nolan  Stephen,  proprietor  Belle  View  Nursery,  S  s  Brown 
nr  Telegraph  av 

Nolan  Timothy,  truckman,  res  709  Clay 

Nolan  —  Miss,  teacher,  res  569  Eighth 

Nolle  Louis,  paperhanger,  res  668  Harrison 

Nolte  Henry,  real  estate  (S  F)  res  962  Clay 

Noona  Martin,  laborer,  res  N  s  Atlantic  nr  Cedar,  W  O 

Noonan  Dennis,  lather,  res  E  s  Linden  bet  Second  and  Third 

Norman  George,  painter,  res  Soracco  House,  W  O 

Norman  V.,  mechanic,  res  607  Third 

Gorman  William,  laborer  with  Kunkel  Bros 

Normandin  Louis,  driver  San  Pablo-av  R  R,  res  cor  San 
Pablo  av  and  Adeline 

Norris  Elijah,  res  775  Fourteenth 

Norris  James  C,  res  E  s  Harrison  bet  Fifteenth  and  Six- 
teenth 

Norris  James  H.,  bookkeeper  Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,  res 
1708  Clay,  S  F 

NORTH  BRITISH  AND  MERCANTILE  INSURANCE 
CO.,  H.  W.  George  agent,  1004  Broadway,  rooms  8-9 

Northey  &  McGrath  (V.  S.  Northey  and  James  McGrath) 
carriage,  wagon  and  agricultural  implement  manufac- 
turers, 801-803  East  Twelfth 

Northey  Y.  S.  (Northey  &  McGrath)  res  SE  cor  11th  av  and 
East  Fifteenth 

Northrup  B.  C,  shipjoiner,  res  SW  cor  Atlantic  and  Camp- 
bell, W  O 

Nourse  George  A.  (Nourse  &  Phelps)  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res 
NW  cor  Oak  and  Fourteenth 

Nowsky  Jacob,  res  E  s  Franklin  nr  Durant 

Noyes  C.  W.,  engineer  C  P  R  R,  res  Railroad  Exchange 
Hotel 

Noyes  John  H.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  East  Sixteenth  and 
20th  av 

Noyes  William  T.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  East  Sixteenth  and 
20th  av 

Nugent  Charles,    clerk  with   William  S.  Searing,    res   953 
■     Washington 

Nugent  I.,  assistant  rector  Church  of  the  Immaculate  Con- 
ception, res  860  Seventh 

Nugent  James,  laborer  W  D  Co 

Nunemacker  Robert,  gardener,  res  301  Second 

Nusbaumer  Emil,  student  University,  res  Humboldt  Hotel 

Nye  Stephen  G.,  Judge  County  and  Probate  Court,  res  San 
Leandro 

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O'Birne  John,  res  958  Third 

O'Birne  Joseph,  res  958  Third 

O'Brien  Anna,  widow,  res  627  Filbert 

O'Brien  Bridget,  widow,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Cedar  and  Pine, 

WO 
O'Brien  James,  laborer,  res  368  First 
O'Brien  John,  calker  W  D  Co,  res  N  s  Eighth  bet  Willow 

and  Campbell,  W  O 
O'Brien  John,  laborer,  res  417  Second 
O'Brien  John,  shoemaker  with  Joseph  Green,  res  671  Web- 
ster 
O'Brien  John  C,  calker,  res  SW  cor  Fifth  and  Center 
O'Brien  John  E.,  car  cleaner  C  P  R  R,  res  Seventh  bet 

Cedar  and  Pine,  W  O 
O'Brien  Kate,  domestic,  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Evoy  av 
O'Brien  Michael,  butcher  with  Prescott  &  Co.,  res  Union 

Hotel,  E  O 
O'Brien  Michael  V.,  carpenter  C  P  R  R,  res,  Seventh  bet 

Cedar  and  Pine,  W  O 
O'Brien  Nellie  Miss,  res  627  Filbert 
O'Brien  Nicholas,  blacksmith   with  King  &  Williams,  res 

Webster  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 
O'Brien  Timothy,  clerk  with  J.  McElroy,  res  526  Seventh 
O'Brien  William,   clerk   with  Montgomery   &   Martin,  res 

Oakland  Point 
O'Brien  W.  J.,  car  cleaner  C  P  R  R,  res  Seventh  bet  Cedar 

and  Pine,  W  O 
O'Callaghan  James,  student  University 
O'CONNELL  &  CO.  (P.  J.  O'Connell  and  P.  A.  Murphy) 

dry  and  fancy  goods,  1002  Broadway 
O'Connell  Bridget  Miss,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  West 
O'Connell  Hugh,  laborer  W  D  Co,  res  Central  House 
O'Connell  James,  clerk,  cor  Forty-ninth  and  Telegraph  av 
O'CONNELL    JAMES,    proprietor    Central    House,    415 

Seventh 
O'Connell  John,  laborer,  res  810  Alice 
O'Connell  Katie  Miss,  res  570  Eleventh 
O'Connell  Patrick,  teamster  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe 
O'Connell  Patrick,  laborer,  res  W  s  Lusk  nr  Evoy  av 
O'Connell  Peter,  laborer  W  D  Co,  res  Central  House 
O'CONNELL  P.  J.  (O'Connell  &  Co.)  res  915  Grove 
O'Connell  William,  res  213  Sixth 
O'Conner  Jerry,   proprietor  Oakland   Stone  Yard,  SE  cor 

Seventh  and  Castro,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 


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J.  S.  G.  Gordon  delivers  Ice,  Soda  and  Cider.     Depot  469  Ninth 


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O'Connor  John,  engineer,  res  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Willow  and 

Campbell,  W  O 
O'Conner  Julia,  domestic,   cor  Chapel  and  University  av, 

Berkeley 
O'Connor  Margaret  Mrs.,  res  Kailroad  av  bet  Campbell  and 

Willow 
O'Connor  Nora,  chambermaid  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
O'Connor  Timothy,  laborer  CPER,  res  514  Seventh 
O'Dea  Edmond,  blacksmith  with  P.  H.  McGrew,  res  1053 

Thirteenth  av,  E  O 
O'Dea  Daniel,  laborer,  res  Peralta  nr  Twenty-Fourth 
O'Donnell  Andrew,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
O'Donnell  Margaret,  domestic  Blake  House 
O'Donnell  Margaret,  chambermaid  Central  Pacific  House 
O'Feeney  Eugene,  laborer,   res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Myrtle  and 

Filbert 
O'Gara  Thomas,   foreman  C  PRE,  res  Chester  bet  Fifth 

and  Seventh,  W  O 
O'Grady  Thomas,  live  stock,  res  1020  Twelfth 
O'Hallihan  John,  waiter  The  Centennial 
O'Hara  Annie,  domestic,  W  s  Castro  nr  Sixteenth 
O'Hara  Margaret,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
O'Here  Bridget  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Kirkham,  W  O 
O'Keeffe  Daniel,  boot  and  shoemaker,  shop  and  res  681  East 

Twelfth 
O'Laine  X.  F.,  pattern  maker,  res  1170  Sixteenth  av,  E  0 
O'Melveny  Henry  W.,  student  University 
O'Neal  Owen,  laborer,  res  Union  Hotel,  E.  O 
O'Neal  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
O'Neil  Anna,  domestic,  NE  cor  Jackson  and  Fifteenth 
O'Neil  Charles  J.,  res  765  Clay 
O^Neil  John  T.,  res  1164  Sixteenth  av,  E  O 
O'Neil  Lizzie,  domestic  with  J.  H.  Latham 
O'Neile  Martin,  laborer   Contra  Costa  Water  Co.,   res  E  s 

Chestnut  nr  First 
O'Neil  Patrick  (Kenney  &  O'Neil)  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
O'Neil  Patrick,  laborer  Contra  Costa  Water  Co 
O'Neill  Catherine,  domestic,  910  Myrtle 
O'Neill  Edmund,  student  University 
O'Neill  John,  laborer,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal 

creek 
O'Neill  John  H.,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Filbert 
O'Neill  William,  Farmer,  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal 

creek 
O 'Regan  Richard,  stableman  with  A.  W.  May 
O'Reiley  Maggie,  domestic,  cor  Cary  and  Thirteenth 


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O'Riley  Michael,  dealer  in  coal  oil.  res  730  Linden 

O'Shea  J.  J.,  gasfitting  and  plumbing,  1109  Broadway,  res 
cor  Laurel  and  San  Pablo  av 

O'Sullivan  James,  laborer,  res  W  s  Magnolia  nr  Second 

O'Sullivan  Patrick,  laborer  with  Shakespear  &  Walter,  res 
419  Tenth 

O'Sullivan  T.  J.,  laborer  Oakland  Mills,  res  Overland  House 

Oak  Grove  Tanner}7,  J.  S.  Derby  proprietor,  871  East 
Twelfth 

OAKLAND  BANK  OF  SAVINGS  (The)  E.  C.  Sessions 
President)  W.  W.  Camron  Vice-President,  Charles  Rob- 
erts Cashier,  915  Broadway 

OAKLAND  BILLIARD  PARLOR,  John  Fennessy  propri- 
etor, 863  Broadway 

OAKLAND  BREWERY,  Kramm  &  Dieves  proprietors,  cor 
Telegraph  av  and  Durant 

Oakland,  Brooklyn  and  Fruit  Vale  R  R,  L.  Wintringer 
superintendent,  office  and  stables  E  s  6th  av  bet  East 
Eleventh  and  East  Twelfth 

OAKLAND  BROOM  FACTORY,  H.  Cordes  proprietor,  S 
s  Sixth  nr  Broadway 

Oakland  Carriage  Manufactory,  M.  TV.  Allen  proprietor,  SE 
cor  Tenth  and  Franklin 

OAKLAND  CITY  DIRECTORY  (Bishop's)  W.  B.  Hardy 
agent,  959  Broadway 

OAKLAND  CITY  FLOURING  MILLS,  Babcock  &  Gould 
proprietors,  413-415  Third 

OAKLAND  CITY  WHARF,  Win.  Harwood  wharfiinger, 
foot  of  Franklin  and  Webster 

OAKLAND  DAILY  EVENING  TRIBUNE,  Dewes  &  Gib- 
son publishers  and  proprietors,  911  Broadway 

OAKLAND  DAILY  NEWS  (The)  Oakland  News  Co.  pub- 
lishers and  proprietors,  460  Ninth 

OAKLAND  DAILY  TRANSCRDPT,  Bishop  &  Powers  pro- 
prietors and  publishers,  911  Broadway 

OAKLAND  FEED  STORE  AND  COAL  YARD,  Cole  & 
Ralston  proprietors,  414-416  Ninth 

OAKLAND  FURNITURE  WAREROOMS,  Christian 
Schreiber  proprietor,  1105-1107  Broadway 

OAKLAND  GAS  CO.,  Van  Leer  Eastland  superintendent, 
SE  cor  Second  and  Washington 

OAKLAND  HIGH  SCHOOL,  J.  B.  McChesney  principal, 
cor  Market  and  Twelfth 

Oakland  House,  Wm.  Reedy  proprietor,  672  Broadway 

Oakland  Iron  Works,  Ives  Scoville  &  Co  proprietors,  511- 
513  Second 

STEPHEN  SMITH— for  Choice  City  Lots— 917  Broadway. 


Oakland  Daily  Transcript 

OFFICIAL  CITY.  COUNTY  AND  GOVERNMENT  PAPER. 

fee    'leading   UjepnMiran    j}a)Uvr   of  {} California. 

Has  the  Largest  Circulation  of  any  Paper 
published  in  Oakland. 

BISHOP  &   POWERS, 

Proprietors. 

TERMS 

By   mail,  one   year,  ------  $7.00 

"        "       six  months,  ____--       3.50 

three  months.  -----  2.00 

Delivered  by  carrier.  15  cents  per  week. 

TO   ADVERTISERS. 

The  Transcript  presents  the  best  advertising  medium 
of  any  paper  published  in  Oakland.  Its  large  and  rap- 
idly increasing  circulation,  and  great  influence,  recom- 
mend it  especially  to  business  men. 

Office,   911   Broadway,  Oakland. 


The  Transcript  is  acknowledged  to  be  the  Leading 
Paper  of  this  City. 


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The  Oldest,  Largest  arid   Best  Local  and  Family 
Paper  in    the  County. 

Cheapest   Paper  on  the  Coast ! 


Terms  of  Subscription,    -    -    Two  Dollars  per  Year. 


BEST  ADVERTISING  MEDIUM  IN  THE  COUNTY. 

Has    the  Largest  Countr}7   Circulation  of    any  Paper    in 

the  Count}'. 

BISHOP  &  POWERS,  Proprietors. 

911  Broadway, 

OAKLAND.    CAWFORNIA- 


The  Gazette  was  started  in  1855,  and  is  now  21  years  old. 


Drink  pure  Bastern  Cider.     Gordon,  agent,  469  Ninth  street. 


THE  OAKLAND 

Bank  of  Savings 

CAPITAL,       :       :       :       :       $1,000,000 


DIRECTORS 


E.  C.  Sessions,        W.  W.  Camron,  W.  E.  Miller, 

Wm.  Power,  Henry  Rogers,  A.  W.  Bowman, 

W.  A.  Aldrich,  E.  F.  Northam. 

FIZST-A-IsrOE    COMMITTEE: 
E.  C.  Sessions,  W.  E.  Miller,  Wm.  Power. 

E.  C.  SESSIONS, President. 

W.  W.  CAMRON, Vice-President. 

CHARLES  ROBERTS, Cashier. 


TERM  DEPOSITS  remaining  three  full  months  or  more,  will  be  entitled  to  dividends 
of  interest,  which  are  payable  semi-annually. 

NO  ENTRANCE  FEES  OR  CHARGES  MADE  EOR  BANK  BOOKS, 

'Loans  made  and  a  general  Banking  business  transacted. 

Oar  own  Exchange,  Bold  or  Currency,  on  New  YorK,  available  in  all  parts  or  the  United  states, 

For  Sale. 

We  also  furnish  Exchange  at  current  rates  on  London,   Franltfort-on-tlie- 

Mai  11,  Berlin  and  Paris,    available  in  all  parts  of  Europe.     Allow  the  best  market 
rates  for  Gold  and  Currency  Drafts  on  New  York . 

f*  f~\  T    T    T7  /""""P  T  (~\  ]SJ  C    made  and  proceeds  remitted  at  current 


bnuMoamwtim,  The  ANGLO-CALIEOBNIAN  BANK  LIMITED, 
jwrncomsMtats,     The  NINTB  NATIONAL  BANK,  New  York, 


OAKLAND  TRIBUNE — People's  Paper— best  Advertiser. 


Woodward  &  Taggart,  Real  Estate  Auction  House. 

302  OAKLAND     [0]    DIRECTORY. 

OAKLAND  JOURNAL  (German  weekly)  Journal  Co  pub- 
lishers and  proprietors,  911  Broadway 
OAKLAND   LADIES'  RELIEF  SOCIETY,   Isabella   Per- 
kins matron,  Linden  ay  bet  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av 
Oakland  Lumber  Yard,    Samuel   Merritt  proprietor,   foot 

Washington 
Oakland  News  Co,  J.  C.  Sullivan  manager,  publishers  and 

proprietors  The  Oakland  Daily  News,  460  Ninth 
Oakland  Paving  Co,  C.  T.  H.  Palmer  president,  Union  Bank 

building,  room  6,  stables  cor  Locust  and  Valley 
OAKLAND    PIONEER    STEAM   DYEING  WORKS,  G. 

Bangod  proprietor,  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Webster 
OAKLAND  PLANING  MILL,  Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co 

proprietors,  NW  cor  Washington  and  First 
OAKLAND  POINT   PLANING  MILLS,  Price  &  Moore 

proprietors,  Oakland  Point,  W  0 
Oakland  Stone  Yard,  Jerry  O'Connor  proprietor,   SE  cor 

Seventh  and  Castro 
OAKLAND  TROTTING  PARK,  H.  A.  Randlett  proprietor, 

W  s  San  Pablo  av,  2  miles  NW  City  Hall 
OAKLAND  WAREHOUSE,    Gladding  Bros,   proprietors, 

NE  cor  First  and  Jefferson 
Obenauer  G.,  tailor  with  S.  Francis,  res  172  Sixth 
Ober  Worth,  horse  trainer,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av.  nr  Adeline 
Obrock  J.  F.,  butcher  with  L.  Schaffer,  res  555  Sixth 
ODD  FELLOWS'  BUILDING,   SE  cor  East  Twelfth  and 

11th  av 
ODD  FELLOWS'  HALL,   NW  cor  Franklin  and  Eleventh 
Odell  Charles  E.,   bookkeeper  Contra  Costa  Laundry,   res 

Twelfth  bet  Kirkham  and  Center,  W  O 
Odell  George  E.,  carpenter,  res  962  Clay 
Oderkirk  John,    carpenter  with   Carmichael  &  Nixon,    res 

Pacific  House 
Odlin  Louis,  laborer  W  D  Co 
Oeffele  William,   bartender  with  David  Wemmer, '  res  473 

Eighth 
Offo  — ,  Chinese  physician,  704  Broadway 
Ogilby  Bobert  E.,  instructor  drawing  University,   res  N  s 

Seventeenth  nr  Grove 
Ohlig  August,  proprietor  Hotel  de  France,  417  First 
Ohme  Charles,  carpenter,   res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr  Linden 
OLCESE  FRANK,  fruits  and  candies,  456  Seventh,  res  cor 

Seventh  and  Franklin 
OLD  BLAISE  HOUSE,  Gillard  &  Philibert  proprs,  Twelfth 

opposite  Lake  Merritt 
Olds  Emma,  res  612  Fourth 

Insure  your  houses  with  Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway. 


All  sizes  Refrigerators  and  Ice  Chests  for  sale  at  Gordon's. 
.      OAKLAND    [0]    DIRECTORY.  303 

Oleo  Francisco,  laborer,  res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Tcmescal 
Oling  O.  A.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Pine  nr  Lincoln,  W  O, 
Oliver  F.  Mrs.,  res  804  Tenth 
Oliver  Frank  G.,   gardener  with  G.  S.  Dodge,   res  SW  cor 

Eighth  and  Madison 
Oliver  Harold  G.,  solicitor  Victor  Sewing  Machine  Co.,  res 

E  s  5th  av  bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East  Sixteenth 
Oliver  James  M„  porter  C  P  R  K,  res  271  Sixth 
Oliver  Robert,  stableman  with  Johnson  &  Downing,  res  413 

Fourth 
Oliver  Thomas,  fisherman,  res  N  s  Bristol  nr  Seventh,  W  B 
OLLIS   HENRY,  carriage  and  wagon  manufacturer,  1008 

Franklin,  res  1010  Franklin 
Olmstead  James  M.,   lumber  surveyor,   res  E  s  10th  av  bet 

East  Fourteenth  and  East  Fifteenth 
OLMSTED  &  HOWE   (S.  P.  Olmsted  and  Charles  Howe) 

produce,  poultry  and  vegetables,  5,  7  and  9  City  Market 
Olmsted  L.  H.  Mrs.,  boarding  and  lodging,  1228  Broadway 
Olmsted  R.  A.,    clerk  with    Olmsted  &  Howe,    res   553 

Seventh 
OLMSTED  S  P.  (Olmsted  &  Howe)  res  553  Seventh 
Olney  &  Co.   (James  N.  Olney  and  Charles  C.  Olney)  real 

estate  agents  and  auctioneers,  857  Broadway  (and  219 

Sansome,  S  F) 
Olney  Charles  C.  (Olney  &  Co.)  res  1154  Alice 
Olney  James  N.  (Olney  &  Co.)  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Olofson  Peter,  laborer,  res  W  s  21st  av  bet  East  Twenty- 
fourth  and  East  Twenty-Fifth 
Olsen  Anthony,  student  University 
Olsen   Andrew,   machinist   Pioneer  Planing   Mill,    res  cor 

Franklin  and  Third 
Olsen  Christ,  hostler  with  Cummings  &  Rowe,   res  NE  cor 

Railroad  av  and  Wood 
Olsen  J.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Olsen  John,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Wood  and  Pine, 

WO 
Olsen  John,  carriage  washer  with  Newland  &  Pumyea,  res 

462  Seventh 
Olsen  John,  master  schr  Mary  Gratwick,  res  365  Fourth 
Olsen  John  P.,  restaurant,  907  Kearny  (S  F)  res  722  Linden 
Olsen  Trone,  wraiter  Grand  Central  Restaurant,  W  O 
Olsen  William,  cooper,  res  cor  Twenty-eighth  and  Magnolia 
Olsen  — ,  laborer,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
Olson  John,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twentieth  nr  Market 
Olson  Nelson"  laborer,  res  S  s  Twentieth  nr  Market 
Oneido  Stephen,  gardener,  res  cor  Thirteenth  and  Wood 

Oakland  Tribune— best  Advertising  Medium  in  the  City. 


Wood-ward  &  Taggart — call  for  Catalogue  and  Price  List. 


304  OAKLAND     [  0  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Organ  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 

Ormsby  A.  W.,  jeweler,  res  663  Fifth 

Ormsby  A.  W.,  machinist  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  663 
Fifth 

Ormsby  C.  W.,  carpenter  %  res  E  s  Harrison  bet  Fifteenth 
and  Sixteenth 

Ormsby  E.  S.,  res  E  s  Harrison  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 

Orr  John  C,  painter,  res  715  Clay 

Ortman  C.  L.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Twenty -first 

03born  Harry,  laborer  with  Gilardin  Bros 

Osborn  William,  turner  W  D  Co,  res  cor  Cedar  and  Wil- 
liam, W  O 

Osgood  Ambrose,  calker  W  D  Co,  res  S  s  Railroad  av  bet 
Filbert  and  Linden 

Osgood  Charles  G.,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Brown 

Ott  A.  Mrs.,  widow,  res  621  Third 

Ott  Henry,  machinehand  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  621  Third 

Ott  Henry  jr.,  millhand  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  621  Third 

Ottawa  C.  W.,  laborer,  res  758  Franklin 

Otten  C,  merchant,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Campbell 

Ottignon  J.  L.,  foreman  Bowen  Bros  yeast  powder,  res  510 
Ninth 

Otto  F.  G.,  engineer,  res  S  s  William  bet  Wood  and  Pine, 
WO 

Otto  Gus  A.,  compositor  Signs  of  the  Times 

Otto  Henry,  waiter  Eureka  Hotel 

Oudet  J.,  baker  with  J.  Mallet,  res  617  Broadway 

Ough  John,  carpenter,  res  1171  Sixteenth  av,  E  O 

OUGH  JOSEPH  (Purington  &  Ough)  res  SE  cor  East 
Twelfth  and  11th  av 

OUGH  RICHARD  (Power  &  Ough)  res  SE  cor  East  Seven- 
teenth and  4th  av 

OUTRAM  D.  J.  (Holcomb  &  Outram)  res  859  Harrison 

Overacker  Charles  B.,  student  University 

OVERLAND  HOUSE,  James  R.  Smith  proprietor,  NW  cor 
Broadway  and  First 

Overland  Oyster  House,  R.  Calhourn,  proprietor,  NW  cor 
First  and  AY  ebster 

Owen  Charles  W.,  fancy  goods,  1733  Railroad  av,  res  S  s 
Third  bet  Alice  and  Jackson 

Owen  Frank  D.,  clerk  with  J.  W.  Tucker,  res  1760  Rail- 
road av 

Owen  N.  J.,  clerk  (S  F)  res  W  s  Center  opp  Tenth,  W  O 

Owen  Robert,  conductor  C  P  R  R,  res  Railroad  av  nr  Oak, 
Alameda 

Owens  — ,  res  S  s  East  Seventeenth  bet  8th  and  9th  avs 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


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This  school  is  justly  ranked  hy  the  public  as  the  best  Commercial  College  on  the  Pacific 
Coast.     It  affords  excellent  facilities  in  the  following  courses  of  instruction  : 

THE    BUSINESS    COURSE. 

This  is  designed  to  prepare  students  for  commercial  and  business  pursuits.  It  embraces 
the  following  studies : 

BOOK-KEEPING— by  both  single  and  double  entry,  as  applied  to  all  kinds  of  business, 
such  as  Wholesale  and  Retail  Merchandising,  Farming,  Manufacturing,  Mining,  Brokerage  and 
Exchange,  Importing  and  Jobbing,  Commission,  Railroading,  Banking,  Etc. 

COMMERCIAL  CALCULATIONS— Embracing  the  most  rapid  and  abbreviated  methods  of 
calculation  in  Percentage,  Profit  and  Loss,  Commission,  Interest  and  Discount,  Domestic  and 
Foreign  Exchange,  General  Average,  Equation  of  Payments,  Interest  Accounts,  Averaging 
Accounts,  Partnership  Settlements,  etc. 

PENMANSHIP— Including  careful  instruction  in  the  finger,  muscular,  whole-arm  and 
combined  movements,  as  applied  to  plain  business  writing,  ledger  headings,  etc. 

CORRESPONDENCE— Embracing  instruction  in  composition  of  business  letters,  use  of 
capitals,  rules  of  punctuation,  folding,  addressing,  etc. 

BUSINESS  FORMS— Such  as  Notes,  Drafts,  Bills  of  Exchange,  Accounts  Current,  Account 
Sales,  Articles  of  Co-partnership,  Deeds,  Leases,  etc. 

ACTUAL  BUSINESS  PRACTICE— In  Wholesale  and  Retail  Merchandising,  Importing  and 
Jobbing,  Commission  and  Forwarding,  Banking,  etc.,  etc. 

COMMERCIAL  LAW— Relating  to  Negotiable  Paper,  Contracts,  Partnerships,  etc. 

BUSINESS  CUSTOMS  and  HABITS— Lectures  and  practical  instruction  on  the  habitudes 
and  customs  of  business,  etc. 

LECTURES  and  ORAL  INSTRUCTION— On  Commercial  Geography,  Political  Economy, 
and  General  Business  subjects. 


RATES  OP  TUITION— Payable  In  advance. 
SCHOLARSHIP  for  the  full  Business  Course  as  above  explained,  time  unlimited, 


$70 


PARTIAL    COURSE. 


Three  Months,  Day  Sessions, 
One  Month,  " 


-    $50 
20 


Three  Months,  Evening  Sessions, 
One  Month, 


$25 
10 


ACADEMICAL  COURSE. 


This  department  is  designed  for  imparting  to  persons  of  any  age  thorough  instruction  in  the  ordi- 
nary English  branches,  such  as  Spelling,  Reading,  Writing,  Arithmetic,  Grammar,  Composition, 
Letter  Writing,  History,  etc.,  and  the  general  Mathematical  branches,  such  as  higher  Arithmetic, 
Algebra,  Geometry,  Mensuration,  Surveying,  Civil  Engineering,  Navigation,  etc. 
Rates  of  Tuition :    One  Month,  §12 ;  Three  Months,  $30. 

COMBINED  COURSE. 

It  is  frequently  desirable  for  students  pursuing  the  regular  Business  Course  to  combine  with  it 
Spelling  and  English  Grammar,  or  some  other  studies  of  the  Academical  Course  Where  the 
studies  of  the  two  courses  are  combined,  the  charge  per  term  of  six  months,  payable  in  advance, 

SPECIAL  BRANCHES. 

Persons  desiring  to  study  only  some  particular  branch,  as  Business  or  Ornamental  Penmanship, 
Arithmetic,  etc..  can  enter  the  College  for  such  branch  upon  very  reasonable  terms. 

TELEGRAPHIC   DEPARTMENT. 

The  course  in  this  department  includes  everything  that  will  make  students  proficient  in  the  Art  of 
Telegraphy— sound  and  paper  operating,  setting-up  of  instruments,  management  of  batteries,  use  of 
switches  aud  ground  wires,  etc.  The  facilities  are  such  as  will  enable  ladies  and  gentlemen  to  learn 
Telegraphy,  practically  and  thoroughly,  in  the  shortest  possible  time. 

Rates  of  Tuition :    Three  months,  $25 ;    Six  months,  !>40. 
Students  of  the  Commercial  or  Academical  Departments  will  be  charged  the  following  rates : 
Three  months,  $15 ;    Six  months,  $25. 


HO  VACATIONS.        DAY  AND  EVENING-  SESSIONS  DURING  THE  ENTIRE  YEAR. 


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No.  320  Post  Street,  San  Francisco. 
THE  LEADING  COMMERCIAL  COLLEGE  ON  THE  COAST! 

Elegant  Ilalln;  New  Furniture;  Thorough   Instruction;  Practical 

Teachers;   Perfect  Discipline;    Large   Sumber  of  Students; 

High   Standing    with   the    Public. 

This  is  the  oldest  College  in  San  Francisco  that  makes  a  Business  Education  its  distinct  and 
separate  specialty.  Its  graduates  who  hold  lucrative  and  responsible  positions  are  more  numer- 
ous than  those  from  all  the  other  Business  Colleges  on  the  Coast.  It  is  the  only  College  that 
issues  Life  Scholarships  for  a  full  Business  Course.  It  is  centrally  located,  on  Post  Street, 
opposite  Union  Square,  in  one  of  the  most  quiet  and  pleasant  situations  in  the  city.  It  lias 
the  most  commodious  and  elegantly  furnished  halls,  and  the  most  complete  system  of  actual 
business  training. 

YOUNG   AND   MIDDLE-ACED   MEN, 

Wishing  to  prepare  themselves  for  the  practical  duties  of  life,  at  the  least  expense  of  time  and 
money  will  find  this  the  best  school.  Students  learn  just  what  they  need  to  insure  success. 
A  Diploma  from  this  College  is  of  great  value  to  a  .young  man  in  gaming  a  foothold  in  business. 
No  voung  or  middle-aged  man  is  now  considered  fully  qualified  for  the  active  duties  of  life,  and 
the  demands  of  business,  unless  he  enjoys  the  advantages  of  a  thorough  commercial  education. 
A  course  of  commercial  training  is  no  less  important  to  the  mechanic,  the  farmer  and  the 
manufacturer,  than  to  the  merchant  and  banker. 

THE    BUSINESS   COURSE. 

The  Business  Course  is  far  more  thorough  and  extensive  than  that  of  any  other  Business  Col- 
lege Our  practical  system  of  Actual  Business  Teaching  is  the  best  ever  introduced  into  any 
school     It  combines  THEQRY    AND    pRACT|CE 

In  such  a  manner  as  to  make  each  an  essential  help  to  the  other,  and  the  School-room  and 
Counting-room  are  united  upon  a  plan  that  secures  to  the  student  all  the  practical  advantages  of 
each  There  is  in  active  operation  a  Banking  House  with  Checks,  Drafts,  Notes,  Bills  of  Exchange, 
Certificates  of  Deposit,  etc.,  fuly  illustrating  the  Banking  business. 

The  student  Buys,  Sella,  Ships,  Barters,  Consigns.  Viscounts,  Insures,  Draws  Checks,  Notes  and 
Drafts  Gives  Leases,  Deeds,  etc.,  and  goes  through  the  entire  routine  of  actual  business,  rle  be- 
comes acquainted  with  changing  books  from  Single  to  Double  Entry,  and  vice  versa  ;  and  also  witn 
Joint  Stock  and  Partnership  Books,  and  every  style  and  form  of  book-keeping  practiced .in  well- 
regulated  Business  Houses.  By  this  system  the  student  receives,  while  in  the  school,  the  same 
practice  in  conducting  business  affairs  that  he  would  in  a  bona  Jide  Bank,  Office,  or  Counting-house. 
Each  student  receives  individual  attention  from  the  teachers,  and  can  thus  advance  as  rapidly  as  nis 
ability  will  permit. 

SPECIAL   INFORMATION. 

Time  of  Entering— There  are  no  term  divisions  and  no  vacations.  Students  can  enter  at 
any  time  during  the  year  with  equal  advantage. 

Qualifications  for  Entering.— A  fair  knowledge  of  the  common  English  branches  is  all 
that  is  required  to  commence  the  Business  Course,  though  the  better  the  educational  foundation  a 
student  has  the  more  rapid  and  successful  his  progress.  Students  not  sufficiently  advanced  to 
commence  the  Business  Course,  can  make  arrangements  to  receive  the  necessary  preparatory  in- 
struction in  the  Academical  Department. 

School  Hours.— Day  Sessions  are  from  9  to  12  A.  M.  and  from  1  to  4  P.  M.  Evening  Sessions 
are  from  7  to  9  during  the  entire  year. 

Discipline  -The  discipline  of  all  the  departments  is  very  strict ;  the  student  is  required  to  be 
regular  in  attendance,  earnest  in  his  application  to  study,  and  kind,  courteous  and  dignified  in  His 
deportment  to  teachers  and  associate  students. 

Visitors —Visitors  are  always  welcome— and  especially  the  parents  and  friends  of  students 
and  the  friends  of  education.  The  best  time,  usually,  to  see  the  working  of  the  different  depart- 
ments, is  from  10  to  12  A.  M.,  but  there  is  no  hour  during  the  daily  exercises  when  visitors  will 
not  receive  proper  attention. 

THE  PACIFIC  BUSINESS  COLLEGE  REVIEW, 

Published  by  the  College,  contains  full  particulars  regarding  the  Courses  of  Instruction,  Expenses 
etc  ;  also  a  large  amount  of  interesting  reading.  It  may  be  had,  free  of  charge,  either  at  the  College 
office,  320  Post  Street,  opposite  Union  Square,  or  by  addressing 

PACIFIC  BUSINESS  COLLEGE, 

SAN   FRANCISCO,    CAL. 


Ice  Cream  made  to  order  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 

OAKLAND    [P]    DIRECTORY.  306 

Owens  Ellen,  domestic,  NW  cor  Tenth  and  Madison 

Owens  John,  patternmaker,  res  859  Castro 

Owens  Maggie,  domestic,  824  Jackson 

Owens  Maggie,  domestic,  624  Twelfth 

Owens  Margaret,  res  714  Broadway 

Owens  Sallie,  domestic,  cor  Broadway  and  Merrimac 

Owens  Stephen,  carpenter,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad 
House,  W  O 

Owens  "William  W.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  5th  av  bet  East  Fif- 
teenth and  East  Sixteenth 

Oxford  S.  C.  Mrs.,  ladies'  nurse,  res  627  Tenth 

Oyarzo  Manuel  Mrs.,  res  270  Fifth 


PACIFIC  CLEANSING  WORKS,  Torrey  &  Bugbee  pro- 
prietors, foot  Railroad  av;  W  O 
Pacific  Jute  Manufacturing  Co.,  Leopold  Cahn  president, 

Philip  Susmann  secretary,  cor  2d  av  and  East  Tenth 
Pacific  Mutual  Life  Insurance  Co.  of  Sacramento,  Homer  A. 

Craig  agent,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth 
PACIFIC  POTTERY  (Sacramento,  Cal.)  W.  H.  Parkinson 

agent,  NE  cor  Tenth  and  Franklin 
PACIFIC  SEVENTH  DAY  ADVENTIST   PUBLISHING 

ASSOCIATION,  J.  N.  Loughborough  president,  A.  M. 

Loughborough  secretary,  L.  M.  Hall  treasurer,  office 

W  s  Castro  bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth 
Pacific  Stone  Co.,  F.  Chappellet  agent,  S  s  Seventh  nr  Wash- 
ington 
PACKARD  CHARLES  (W.  C.  Mason  &  Co.)  res  5th  avbet 

East  Sixteenth  and  East  Seventeenth 
Packard  E.  H.,  machine  hand  W  J)  Co 
Packer  Warren,  res  522  East  Fourteenth 
Paddack  George,  clerk  with  R.  Horton,  res  667  Sixth 
Paddack  George  Mrs.,  res  667  Sixth 
Paddock  H.  L.,  fruits  and  country  produce,  712  Broadway, 

res  362  Third 
PAGE    FRANCIS   S.,   real   estate,    insurance   and   money 

broker,  1007  Broadway,  res  122  Eleventh 
Page  Frederick,  painter,  res  S  s  Twenty-fourth  bet  Valley 

and  Broadway 
Page  J.  H.,  res  W  s  Alice  bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 
Page  Jonathan,  foreman  blacksmith  C  P  R  R,  res  Wood  bet 

Chase  and  Taylor,  W  O 
Page  —  Mrs.,  res  1179  Sixteenth  av,  E  O 

OAKLAND  TRD3UNE— largest  circulation  in  Oakland. 

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Buy  your  HOMESTEADS  of  Woodward  &  Taggart. 


306  OAKLAND    [  P  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Pagge  &  Malacame  (P.  Pagge  and  B.  Maiacarne)  proprietors 

Barnuni's  Kestaurant,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Seventh 
Pagge  P.  (Pagge  &  Maiacarne)  res  SE  cor  Broadway  and 

Seventh 
Pagnum  John,  teamster,  res  S  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  Grove 
oq     Paker  Gershon,  truckman,  res  757  Jefferson 
c§     Pakery  Eugene,  ironer  Berkeley  Laundry 
3     PALACE  CANDY  STORE,  J.  H.  Bacon  proprietor,   965 
■g  Broadway 

§     PALACE  HORSESHOEING  SHOP,  Adam  Follrath  propri- 
,23  etor,  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Harrisou  and  Alice 

"5     Palen  Albert,  truckman,  res  314  Third 

«T    Pallies  Alexander,  commission  merchant  (S  F)  res  SE  cor 
c  Telegraph  av  and  Merrimac 

^     Palm  Cyrus,  res  259  Fourth 

Palmer  A.  S.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr  Grove 

Palmer  A.  W.,  harnessmaker  with  F.  A.  Marston,  res  253 

Eighth 
Palmer  C.  C,  commission  merchant,  res  263  Alice 
Palmer  Charles  E.,  County  Treasurer  and  ex-officio  County 
Tax  Collector,  office  Court  House,  room  2,  res  San  Le- 
andro 
Palmer  C.  T.  H.,  president  Oakland  Paving  Co.,  Union  Bank 

building,  room  6,  res  NE  cor  Twelfth  and  Myrtle 
Palmer  Frank  L.,  sec  San  Joaquin  and  Kings  River  Canal 

Sand  Irrigation  Co  (S  F)  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr  Grove 
PALMER  HENRY  A.,  cashier  Union  National  Gold  Bank, 

res  1102  Myrtle 
Palmer  James,  lumber  surveyor,  res  S  s  Lincoln  nr  Willow, 

WO 
H     Palmer  J.  B.  Mrs.,  res  960  Eighth 
P     Palmer  Warren  S.,  student  University 
Pantoskey  H.,  furniture,  711  Broadway 
Papworth  Alonzo,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  bet  Brush 

and  West 
Para  Jose,  laborer  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe 
PARDEE  E.  H,  Mayor,  and  physician,  737  Clay  (S  F)  res 

NE  cor  Eleventh  and  Castro 
Pardee  George  C,  student  University 
Pardon  Albert,  teamster  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Evoy 

av  and  Lusk 
Paris  Charles,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Jefferson 
Parisan  A.,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Parish  Charles  L.,  builder,  res  N  s  Twenty-first  nr  Adeline 
Parish  W.  H.,  machine  hand  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Park  CO.,  painter,  res  E  s  Wood  bet  Atlantic  and  William 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


Gordons' wagons  supply  families  in  Oakland,  BerkelyA  Alameda 


OAKLAND    [  P  ]    DIRECTORY.  307 


PARK  HOUSE,  Henry  Pine  proprietor,  N  s  University  av 
nr  Third,  W  O 

Park  Thomas  E.,  plasterer,  res  Evoy  av  nr  Telegraph  av  o 

Parker  Anthony,  sexton  Church  of  the  Immaculate  Concep-     S" 
tion,  res  860  Seventh 

Parker  Edward  A.,  instructor  Physics  and  Mechanics,  Uni- 
versity, Berkeley 

Parker  E.  P.,  clerk  with  Parker  &  Barrett  (S  F)  res  W  s 
Madison  nr  Fifteenth  . 

Parker  G.  A.,  res  Tubb's  Hotel 

Parker  George  J.,  painter,  res  159  Seventh 

Parker  H.  V.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Jefferson 

Parker  Leonidas,  farmer,  res  cor  13th  av  and  East  Thirty- 
third,  Lynn 

Parker  Sarah  Miss,  res  516  Ninth 

Parker  William  C.  (Parker  &  Barrett,  S  F)  res  W  s  Madison 
nr  Fifteenth 

Parkin  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  William  and  Pine, 
WO 

Parkinson  William  F.,  bookkeeper  with  W.  H.  Parkinson, 
res  627  Tenth 

PARKINSON  W.  H.,  agent  Pacific  Pottery  and  dealer  in 
fire-brick,  plaster  decorations,  sewer  pipe  and  flower 
pots,  NE  cor  Franklin  and  Tenth,  res  627  Tenth 

Parks  Frank,  porter  with  P.  Schreiber,  res  Ninth  bet  Broad- 
way and  Washington 

Parks  J.  Lewis  Bev.,  rector  St.  Paul's  Episcopal  Church, 
res  SW  cor  Telegraph  av  and  Delger 

PARMELAND  F.,  restaurant,  839  Broadway 

Parratt  Frederick  (Parratt,  Arrowsmith  &  Co.  S  F)  res  S  s 
Nineteenth  nr  Telegraph  av 

Parrish  William  H.,  res  171  Third 

Parrott  John  W.,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Bailroad  Ex- 
change, WO  '  (D 

Parry  Charles,  engineer  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  612 
Second 

Parry  George,  clerk  U.  S.  Mint  (S  F)  res  832  Market 

Parry  James,  shipwright,  res  724  Myrtle 

Parsley  William,  bartender  with  John  Terney,  res  1015 
Washington 

Parsons  Allen  S.,  scroll  sawyer  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res 
cor  Twenty-eighth  and  Linden 

PARSONS  EDWARD,  groceries  and  liquors,  SE  cor  Fourth 
and  Franklin  and  NE  cor  Second  and  Franklin,  res  NE 
cor  Second  and  Franklin 

Parsons  George,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill 


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Woodward  &  Taggart  have  Farms  and  Ranches  for  Sale. 
308  OAKLAND     [P]    DIRECTORY. 

Parsons  George  W.,  farmer,  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal 

creek 
Parsons  J.  T.  Harper,  chainman  with  W.  F.  Boardman,  res 

NW  cor  8th  av  and  East  Sixteenth 
Parsons  L.  N.,  carpenter,  res  324  Sixth 
Parsons  N.  F.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Third  bet   Castro   and 

Brnsh 
Parsons  S.,  res  921  Broadway 

Parsons  Samuel,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  7th  and  8th  avs 
Parsons  Samuel  S.,  restaurant,  CPKE  wharf 
Parsons  S.  H.  Mrs.,  res  924  Filbert 
Parsons  William  H.,  accountant  (S  F)  res  11  Pine,  W  O 
Parsonsi  William  W.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr 

Temescal  creek 
Parsons  W.  S.,  capitalist,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 
PARTENSCKY  CHARLES,  proprietor  Berkeley  Laundry, 

N  s  Twelfth  nr  Kirkham,  W  0 
Partridge  A.  P.,  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  Ninth  bet  Center 

and  Cypress 
Partridge  Edward  B.,  bookkeeper,  res  810  Filbert 
Partridge  P.  P.,  painter,  res  E  s  Adeline  nr  Sixteenth 
Partridge  William  H.,  fireman  C  P  E  R,  res  NE  cor  Taylor 

and  Pine,  W  O 
Pasquier  Adolph,  gardener,  cor  Moss  and  Telegraph  av 
Pateneaude  Hippolyte,  teamster  with  Remillard  &  Bros. 
Patie  Bernard,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Patrick  Susie  Miss,  res  W  s  Broadway  nr  Twentieth 
Patrick  Theodore  J.,  compositor  West  Oakland  Press,  res 

Bartlett  House 
Patronak  Frederick,  butcher,  res  cor  Grove  and  Elm 
Patrone  Lorenzo,  gardener,  res  cor  Thirteenth  and  Wood, 

WO 
Patten  Frank,  plumber  (S  F)  res  W  s  Market  nr  Eighteenth 
Patten  James  R.,  res  807  Harrison 
Patten  John,  laborer  W  D  Co,  res  N  s  William  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar,  W  O 
Patten  P.  G.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Market  nr  Eighteenth 
Patten  R.  F.,  res  SE  cor  7th  av  and  East  Eleventh 
Patten  William,  res  SE  cor  7th  av  and  East  Eleventh 
Patterson   Charles,  laborer  with  T.  W.   Corder,  res   Fruit 

Vale 
Patterson  William  F.,  paper  hanger  with  Farwell  &  Gar- 

rigan,  res  764  Brush 
Patterson  — ,  widow,  res  764  Brush 
Pattiani  A.  W,  clerk  with  Woodward  &  Taggart,  res  NE  cor 

Grove  and  Thirteenth 

Insure  your  Houses  with  Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway. 


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OAKLAND     [  P  ]   DIRECTORY.  309 

Pattiani  Fred.,  clerk,  res  626  Thirteenth 

Patton  Frederick  E.,  secretary  Trust  Fund  Insurance  Co., 
res  1114  "Washington 

Patton  W.  H.,  civil  engineer,  res  TV  s  Alice  bet  Fifteenth 
and  Sixteenth 

Patzer  Antonio,  Vienna  Chemical  Steam  Dyeing  Works,  834 
Broadway 

Patzer  August,  dyer  with  Antonio  Patzer,  res  834  Broadway 

Patzer  August  jr.,  dyer  with  Antonio  Patzer,  res  834  Broad- 
way 

Pauch  Herman,  cook  Soracco  House,  TV  O 

PAUL  &  REIER  (John  A.  Paul  and  George  Keier)  Amer- 
ican Bakery,  815  Broadway 

Paul  A.  S.  Mrs.,  private  school,  res  215  Twelfth 

Paul  C,  tinsmith,  E  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Twenty-second  and 
Twenty-third 

Paul  Irene,  res  TV  s  Center  nr  Fifth 

PAUL  JOHN  A.  (Paul  &  Reier  and  Heyer  &  Paul)  res  1059 
Franklin 

Paul  John  H.,  upholsterer  with  E.  Hook,  res  1059  Franklin 

Paul  Joseph  J.,  assayer  U  S  Mint  (S  F)  res  215  Twelfth 

Paul  P.  L.,  driver  with  Paul  &  Reier,  res  1059  Franklin 

Pauletti  Charles,  saloon  and  restaurant,  University  av  nr 
Humboldt  av,  Berkeley 

Pauls  Christian  H.,  cook  and  res  Park  House,  TV  B 

Paulsen  Cecelia,  ironer  Berkeley  Laundry 

Paulsen  Ellen,  ironer  Berkeley  Laundry 

PAYNE  E  B.  Rev.,  pastor  First  Congregational  Church, 
res  N  s  D wight  way  nr  Telegraph  av,  B 

Payzant  William,  agent  with  J.  B.  Ford  &  Co.,  N  T,  res  Es 
Broadway  nr  Twentieth 

Peabody  W.  B.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Delaware  nr  Tenth,  WB 

Peacock  Robert,  laborer  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  cor  Sec- 
ond and  Madison 

Pearce  Richard  Mrs.,  res  969  Jefferson 

Pearce  Webb  N.,  student  University 

Pearson  &  Curtis  (Charles  E.  Pearson  and  J.  W.  Curtis) 
cigars  and  Tobacco,  849  Broadway 

Pearson  George  W.,  student  University 

Pearson  J.  A.,  bricklayer,  res  N  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Telegraph 
av 

Pearson  John  W.,  stocks  (S  F)  res  N  s  Seward  nr  Willow, 
WO 

Pease  L.  W.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Twentieth 

Pebbles  Frank  M.  (Jenks  &  Pebbles,  S  F)  res  The  Centen- 
nial , 


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310  OAKLAND     [  P  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Pechi  Thomas,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Peck  &  Hall  (Chauncy  A.  Peck  and  Sether  J.  Hall)  grocer- 
ies and  general  merchandize,  E  s  Chapel  nr  Bancroft 

way,  Berkeley 
Peck  Anna,  domestic,  916  Myrtle 
Peck  Chauncy  A.  (Peck  &  Hall)  and  agents  Fireman's  Fund 

Ins  Co,  res  E  s  Chapel  nr  Bancroft  way,  Berkeley 
Peck  E.  T.,  bookkeeper  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Peck  Frank  J.,  res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Chester  and  Henry 
Peck  Fr.mk  J.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Chester 

and  Henry 
Peck  Harriet  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Chester  and  Henry 
Peck  James  R.,  drayman,  res  SE  cor  5th  av  and  East  Six- 
teenth 
Peck  W.  F.,  spirit  medium,  res  cor  Grove  and  Thirty-ninth 
Pecker  Jos., ^shoemaker,  res  cor  East  Twentieth  and  13th  av 
Peckham  A.  E.  (Whittier  &  Peckham)  res  516  Seventh 
Peckham  CO.,  laborer,  res  516  Seventh 
Peckinpah  A.  R.,  teamster,  res  171  Eighth 
Peckinpah  Nellie  Mrs.,  res  847  Brush 
Peiser  Theodore,  photograph  printer  with  Bluett  &  Fardon, 

res  355J  Clementina  (S  F) 
Peladean  William,  farmer,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temes- 

cal  Creek 
Pelham  M.  E.  Mrs.,  teacher  Lafayette  School,  res  W  s  9th 

av  bet  Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth,  E  O 
Pelkey  J.  H.,  brakeman  CPEK 

Pelletier  Henry,  car  inspector  CPE  B,  res  853  Franklin 
Pellington  Thomas,  real  estate  agent,  res  366  Fifth 
Pelouze  Hall,  W.  S.  Pelouze  proprietor,  S  s  Railroad  av  bet 

Wood  and  Pine,  W  0 
Pelouze  William  S.,    real  estate,    res  S  s  Railroad  av  bet 

Wood  and  Pine,  W  O 
PENDERY  N.  S.,  physician  and  surgeon,    office  Russell 

House,  rooms  15-16 
Pendleton  Gilbert  A.,  agent  C  P  R  R,  Broadway  wharf,  res 

cor  Webster  and  Franklin 
Pennie  James,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
PENNSYLVANIA    FIRE     INSURANCE    CO.,    Stephen 

Smith  agent,  917  Broadway 
Pennypacker  Joseph  J.,  pressman  Transcript,  res  910  Clay 
Penning  H.,  laborer,  WDCo 

Penoyer  John  W.,  agent  Guittard  &  Co.  (SF)  res  625  Third 
Pen  well  Jesse  S.,  student  University 
Pen  well  M.  A.  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Bancroft  way, 

Berkeley 

Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


Drink  Napa  Soda'and  enjoy  life  and  health.    Agency,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND    [P]    DIRECTORY.  311 

Penwell  Samuell  A.,  res  cor  Bristol  and  Sixth,  W  B 
People's  Express,  George  F.  Crowell  secretary,  A.  D.  Whit- 
ney manager,  857  Broadway 
People's  Express,  Steere  &  Colby  agents,  SE  cor  13th  av 

and  East  Twelfth 
Peralta  E.  G.  Mrs.,  res  "W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal 
Peralta  Fernando,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 
Peralta  School,  William  C.  Dodge  principal,  E  s  Telegraph 

av  1  mile  south  University 
Peralta  Victoria  D.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Brown  nr  West 
Percival  George,  gardener,  NW  cor  Tenth  and  Clay 
Percy  James,  mining,  res  508  Eighth 
Percy  Samuel,  farmer,  res  W  s  Andover  nr  College  av 
Perdue  T.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  S  s  Railroad  av  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W  O 
Pereau  E.  A.  Mrs.,  res  Seventh  bet  Union  and  Adeline 
Pereau  Earl,  carpenter  W  D  Co 
Pereau  H.  J.,  cleaner  C  P  B  B 
Pereau  Joseph  L.,    brakeman  C  PER,    res  Seventh  bet 

Union  and  Adeline 
Pereau  W.  E.,  sash  and  blindmaker,  res  Seventh  bet  Union 

Adeline 
Peres  Louis,  live  stock,  res  N  s  Fourteenth  nr  Myrtle 
Peret  Anton,  cook  with  Pagge  &  Malacarne 
Perham  John,  farmer,  res  S  s  East  Thirty-second  nr  13th  av, 

Lynn 
Perm  John,  laborer  Shell  Mound  Park 
Perine  N.  P.,  Frear  Stone  manufacturer  (S  F)  res  N  s  East 

Fourteenth  nr  32d  av,  Fruit  Yale 
Perkins  Albert  L., bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  SE  cor  Eleventh 

and  Brush 
Perkins  Annie  M.,  furnished  rooms,  res  563  Fifth 
Perkins  Emma,  domestic,  669  Eighth 
Perkins  Isabella,  matron  Oakland  Ladies  Belief  Society 
Perkins  J.  A.,  statistician  Custom  House  (S  F)  res  811 

Brush 
Perkins  J  J.,  real  estate  agent,  res  955  Third 
Perkins   Joseph  (E.  C.  Kirby  &  Co.,  S  F)  res  the  Cen- 
tennial 
Permien  F.  W.,  master  mariner,  res  W  s  Linden  nr  Tenth 
Perret  E.,  with  French  Laundry,  510  Second 
Perrin  A.  Mrs.,  hairwork,  325  Twelfth,  res  Central  Pacific 

House 
Perrin  Samuel,  watchman  C  P  E  E,  res  Center  bet  Fourth 

and  Fifth,  W  O 
Perrine  Abbie,  domestic,  706  Thirteenth 


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312  OAKLAND    [   P]    DIRECTORY. 

Perrine  Morris,  laundryinan  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Perry  James  A.,  contractor  and  builder,  res  352  East  Four- 
teenth 
Perry  John  F.,  res  N  s  Lincoln  nr  Wood,  W  O 
Perry  John  H.,  painter,  res  367  Eighth 
Perry  J.  W.  S.  (T.  J.  McDaniels  &  Co.)  res  West  Oakland 

House 
Perry  Leander  H.,  driver  with  J.  I.  Blevin 
Perry  S.  A.  &  Co.  (S.  A.  Perry)  news  dealer,   books,   sta- 
tioner and  manufacturer  picture  frames,  843  Broadway 
Perry  Samuel  A.  (S.  A.  Perry  &  Co.)  res  856  Harrison 
Perry  William  J,  painter,  res  364  Fourth 
Persing  Georgia  Miss,  teacher  Irving  Grammar  School,  res 

959  Washington 
PERU  WILLIAM  (Metzler  &  Peru)  res  308  Dupont  (S  F) 
PETAR  CHARLES  (Ghirardelli  &  Petar)  res  1013  Webster 
Peter  Joseph,  laborer  C  P  B  B,  res  21st  av  nr  East  Eour- 

teenth 
Peters  Elizabeth  Mrs.,  res  216  Eighth 
Peters  Maggie,  nurse,  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Tenth,  W  O 
Peters  W.  B.  Mrs.,  res  SW  cor  Fifth  and  Oak 
Peters  William,  master  mariner,  res  969  Grove 
PETERSEN  &  CO.  (F.  Petersen  and  A.  Basmussen)  pro- 
prietors Cosmopolitan  Bestaurant,  861  Broadway 
PETERSEN  FRED  (Petersen  &  Co.)  res  851  Franklin 
Petersen  Peter,  teamster  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe 
Peterson  Alexander,  laborer,  res*  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Te- 

mescal  creek 
Peterson  Amelia  Mrs.,  res  809  Jackson 
Peterson  August,    wagon  maker,    cor   University   and   San 

Pablo  avs,  W  B 
Peterson  Henry,  master  bark  Montana,  res  W  s  9th  av  bet 

East  Sixteenth  and  East  Seventeenth 
Peterson  Henry,  laborer,  res  W  s  Channing  way  nr  Hum- 
boldt av,  Berkeley 
Peterson  Henry  F.,  collector  Oakland  Library,  res  N  s  Fif- 
teenth nr  Jefferson 
Peterson  I.  M.,  piledriver  C  P  B  B,  res  Bailroad  Exchange. 

WO 
Peterson  John,  tinner,  res  cor  Thirty-second  and  Peralta 
Peterson  John,  whitener,  res  cor  Poplar  and  Twenty-fourth 
Peterson  Lewis,  groceries,  store  and  res  1017  Third 
Peterson  Nicholas,  hostler  with  Cummings  &  Bowe,  res  NE 

cor  Bailroad  av  and  Wood 
Peterson  Peter,  gardener,  1109  Clay 
Peterson  Peter,  laborer,  res  514  East  Fifteenth 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


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OAKLAND    [  P  ]   DIRECTORY.  313 

Peterson  William,  turner  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res  659 
Grove 

Pett  David,  laborer,  res  S  s  Third  nr  Henry 

Pettigrew  James,  butcher  with  E.  Murphy,  res  N  s  Railroad 
av  bet  Pine  and  dedar,  W  O 

Pettigrew  W.  J.,  clerk  (S  F)  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Castro 

Pettigrove  Joshua,  carpenter,  res  cor  Twenty-sixth  and 
Grove 

Pettit  H.  M.  Mrs.,  res  671  Tenth 

Pfeister  Julian,  groceries  and  liquors,  store  and  res  cor  Ade- 
line and  San  Pablo  ay 

Pfenninger  H.,  res  cor  Twenty-second  av  and  East  Twelfth 

Pfister  Eoget,  confectioner,  1065  Broadway 

Pharo  Joseph,  engineer  CPEE,  res  461  Sixth 

Pheby  Thomas  B.,  res  W  s  Alice  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 

Phelan  Mary,  widow,  res  N  s  Forty -sixth  nr  Telegraph  av 

Phelan  M.  J.,  engraver  (S  F)  res  N  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Phelan  Thomas,  teamster  with  Weston  &  Welch,  res  NE  cor 
East  Eleventh  and  Thirteenth 

Phelan  William  S.,  real  estate  agent,  res  SW  cor  Twelfth 
and  Castro 

Phelps  Carrie  Miss,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-fourth  and  San 
Pablo  av 

Phelps  C.  B.,  res  N  s  Brown  nr  Grove 

Phelps  C.  W.  (Phelps  &  Wetmore,  S  F)  res  The  Centennial 

Phelps  Enon  G.,  live  stock,  res  919  Myrtle 

Phelps  George,  telegraph  operator,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Phelps  George  H.,  res  215  Ninth 

Phelps  Henry,  merchant,  res  919  Myrtle 

Phelps  William  H.,  student  Universiry 

Phenneger  B.  M.,  carpenter,  res  758  Fifth 

PHILADELPHIA  RESTAURANT,  C.  G.  A.  Mathews  pro- 
prietor, 1022  Broadway 

Philbrick  B.  F.,  clerk  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  NW  cor 
Fourteenth  and  Peralta 

PHTT.TRERT  EMDLE  (Gillard  &  Philibert)  res  Old  Blaise 
House 

Phillips  B.  E.,  carpenter  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res  659 
Grove 

Phillips  D.  T.,  atty-at-law,  res  E  s  Valley  bet  Twenty-third 
and  Twenty-fourth 

Phillips  Henry,  carpenter,  res  Soracco  House,  W  O 

Phillips  James,  calker  W  D  Co 

Phillips  James,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  Willow 
nr  Lincoln,  W  O 


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314  OAKLAND    [  P  ]  DIRECTORY. 

Phillips  James  M.,  instructor  Hebrew  and  Ancient  History 
University 

Phillips  Jane  Mrs.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Phillips  J.  W.,  res  SW  cor  East  Tenth  and  6th  av,  E  O 

Phillips  Thaddeus,  porter  C  P  E  E 

Phillips  Thomas  T.,  butcher,  S  s  Seventh  bet  Market  and 
Myrtle 

Phinny  Joseph  M.,  carpenter,  res  327  Eleventh 

PHCENIX  INSURANCE  CO.  OF  HARTFORD,  B.C.  Dick 
agent,  1004  Broadway 

Piche  Medor,  harnessmaker,  S  s  Eailroad  av  bet  Willow  and 
and  Wood 

Pichler  Chris.,  wines  and  liquors,  473  Ninth 

Pichler  V.  B.,  bartender  with  E.  F.  Thayer,  res  470  Eighth 

Pickett  A.  M.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  bet  clay  and  Jefferson 

Pierce  Alfred  D.,  artesian  well  borer,  res  N  s  William  bet 
Wood  and  Pine,  W  O 

Pierce  Charles  B.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  William  bet  Wood  and 
Willow,  W  O 

Pierce  Harry  H.,  printer  with  Butler  &  Bowman,  res  cor 
Twelfth  and  Broadway 

Pierce  James  E.,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Willow  and  Atlan- 
tic, W  O 

Pierce  S.  Henry,  res  1017  Ninth  av,  E  O 

Pierson  Cascius,  clerk  with  J.  Greenhood  &  Bros,  res  Sev- 
enth bet  Washington  and  Clay 

Pierson  Charles  K.,  delivery  clerk  with  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co, 
res  1061  Clay 

Pierson  George,  mining,  res  SW  cor  Clay  and  Twelfth 

Pierson  J.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  nr  West 

Pierson  Thomas,  watchmaker  California  Watch  Co,  res  Wil- 
low Park,  W  B 

Pietro  Boscocie,  laimdryrnan  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Pike  S.  B.,  insurance  agent  (S  F)  res  NW  cor  Tenth  and 
Poplar,  W  O 

Pimentel  Francisco  C,  res  NW  cor  Atlantic  and  Campbell, 
WO 

Pinckney  John  H.,  clerk  with  J.  B.  Hobarf,  res  628  East 
Twelfth 

PINE  HENRY,  proprietor  Park  House,  N  s  University  av 
nr  Third,  W  B 

Pine  M.  A.  Mrs.,  res  NW  cor  Seward  and  Peralta,  W  O 

Pink  D.  J.,  carpenter  WD  Co 

Pinkerton  T.  H.,  physician,  office  and  res  570  Eleventh 

PINKHAM  GEORGE,  groceries  and  liquors,  W  s  Telegraph 
av  nr  Fiftieth,  Temescal 


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OAKLAND    [  P  ]    DIRECTORY.  315 

Pinkhani  George,  plasterer,  res  363  Ninth 
Pinkham  George  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  363  Ninth 
Pinkham  G.  T.,  plasterer,  res  N  s  Durant  bet  Broadway  and 

Franklin 
Pinkham  Seth,  res  NE  cor  Fifteenth  and  Brush 
Pinkham  "Willis,  plasterer,  res  503  Eleventh 
Pinkney  John,  res  S  s  East  Twenty-third  bet  20th  and  21st 

avs 
Pinkney  Samuel,  painter,  res  S  s  East  Twenty-third  bet  20th 

and  21st  avs  , 

Pinner  Ruben  E.,  clerk  with  Louis  Marks,  res  SE  cor  Second 

and  University  av,  "W  B 
Pioda  Paul,  professor  University,  res  N  s  University  av,  | 

mile  from  Telegraph  av,  W  B 
PIONEER  CARRIAGE  FACTORY,  Sohst Bros,  proprietors, 

NE  cor  Eighth  and  Franklin 


J.  E.  Blethen.  V.  P.  Terry. 

PIONEER 

PLANING    MILLS 

Corner  of  Broadway  and  First  Street, 
OAKLAND. 


BLETHEN  &  TEMMY,  Proprietors. 


Doors,  Sash,   Blinds.  Moldings,  Frames,    and  every  description  of  Mill  Work 
on  hand  and  niade  to  order. 

AULD  &  BARFRED, 

Dealers  in  school  afld  Miscellaneous 

lotto;  and  Stationery 

gOF  ALL  KINDS, 

"newspapers  and  periodicals, 
Gold  Pens,  Pocket  Cutlery,  Legal  Blanks,  Fancy  Articles,  etc, 

457  Ninth,  near  Postoffice,  Oakland. 


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J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  wholesale  and  retail  dealer  in  lee,  469  Ninth  st. 


316  OAKLAND     [  P  ]  DIRECTORY. 

PIONEER  COLLECTION  OFFICE,  A.  C.  Farno,  470 
Seventh 

PIONEER  PLANING  MILLS,  Blethen  k  Terry  proprietors, 
SW  cor  Broadway  and  First 

PIONEER  POTTERY,  Daniel  Brannan  proprietor,  cor  East 
Twelfth  and  17th  av,  office  313  Battery,  S  F 

Piper  Stephen,  baggage  master  C  P  R  R,  res  906  Wash- 
ington 

Pitchford  James,  compositor  Tribune,  res  Bartlett  House 

Pitman  John,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Railroad  Exchange, 
WO 

Pitman  William,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Soracco  House 

Pixley  A.  E.  Mrs.,  dress  and  cloakmaker,  NWcor  Sixteenth 
and  San  Pablo  av 

Place  J.  F.,  merchant  (S  F)  res  1019  Linden 

Plattanea  Frank,  res  830  Jefferson 

Playter  E.  W.,  hardware  (S  F)  res  1167  Castro 

Plaza  Livery  and  Sale  Stable,  Johnson  &  Downing  pro- 
prietors, 413  Fourth 

PLOMTEAUX  H.  J.,  dentist,  NE  cor  Broadway  and  Tenth, 
res  N  s  Brown  bet  Market  and  West 

Plow,  Hammer  and  Pen,  A.  E.  Bedstone  editor  and  pro- 
prietor, 461  Ninth 

Plow  James,  carpenter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 

Plummer  Daniel,  res  1067  Thirteenth  av 

Plummer  Henry,  horse  jockey,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

Plummer  James  W.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Seward  bet  Pine  and 
Wood,  W  O 

PLUNKETT  JAMES  C,  atty-at-law,  1055  Broadway,  res 
SE  cor  Alice  and  Third 

Poindexter  Robert  W.,  clerk  (S  F)  res  1010  West 

Poinsett  William,  farmer,  res  E  s  Shattuck  nr  University  av, 
Berkeley 

POLICE  COURT,  A.  H.  Jayne,  judge,  office  City  Hall 

Pollard  Charles  H.,  accountant  with  A.  C.  Farno,  res  467 
Tenth 

Pollot  Thomas,  painter,  res  Vernon  av  nr  Maple 

Pomroy  H.  B.,  bookkeeper,  res  E  s  Webster  bet  Fifteenth 
and  Sixteenth 

Pomroy  S.  S.,  salesman,  res  955  Railroad  av 

Pond  Henry  M.,  student  University 

Pool  Spencer,  res  518  Fifth 

Poor  Daniel  W.  Rev.,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Twenty- 
second  and  Twenty-third 

Pope  Charles H.  Rev.,  pastor  Second  Congregational  Church, 
res  S  s  Ninth  nr  Chester,  W  O 


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V 


North  Side  SEVENTH,  bet,  Broadway  and  Washington, 


NEAR  R.   R.   STATION. 


The  Success  of  my  System  of  Collecting  can  be  attested  to 
by  the  following  prominent  firms: 


Oakland  Bank  of  Savings, 
Shakespear  &  Walter, 
F.  Chappelet, 
A.  Landon, 


Sarpy,  Barstow  &  Co., 
Kreyenhagen  &  Co., 
J.  M.  Miner, 
Babcoek  &  Gould. 


My  charge  is  10  per  cent,  on  Collections  made 
without  suit,  'and  20  per  cent,  when  suit  is  neces- 
sary. 


hours,  7  A.  M.  to  7  JP>  M. 


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318  OAKLAND    [  P  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Pope  Nathaniel,  mining,  res  SW  cor  Nineteenth  and  Tele- 
graph av 

Pope  T.  E.,  bookkeeper  (SF)  res  E  s  Chester  bet  Ninth  and 
Tenth,  W  O 

Poppe  Kobert  A.,  student  University 

Porrore  Juan,  laborer,  res  one-half  mile  north  from  Temescal 

Porte  Peter,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Taylor  and  Wood,  W  O 

Porter  Annie,  res  W  s  Harrison  bet  Third  and  Fourth 

Porter  Herbert  D.,  salesman  with  C.  R.  Lewis  &  Co. 

Porter  H.  Miriam  Miss,  student  University 

Porter  James  J.,  license  collector,  5  City  Hall,  res  S  s  Sev- 
enteenth nr  Jefferson 

PORTER  JAMES  R.,  dentist,  (successor  to  Chester  Heath) 
1068  Broadway,  rooms  3-5 

Portman  Charles,  painter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 

Posey  T.  R.,  manager  Cal  Fire  and  Water  Proof  Paint  Co, 
956  Broadway,  res  SW  cor  Grove  and  Walton 

Post  Arthur  H.,  res  412  Fourteenth 

Post  C.  B.,  res  SE  cor  Sixth  and  Brush 

Post  Hannah  H.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Caledonia  av  nr  Telegraph  av 

POST  OFFICE,  John  Eliot  Benton  post-master,  465  Ninth 
— (Brooklyn)  Thomas  Steere,  postmaster,  cor  East 
Twelfth  and  13th  av— (West  Oakland)  H.  T.  Baker, 
postmaster,  Railroad  av,  bet  Wood  and  Pine 

POST  OFFICE  (Berkeley)  Frank  J.  Adams  post-master, 
W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Fifty-first,  Temescal 

POST  OFFICE  RESTAURANT,  J.  Marquis  proprietor, 
459  Ninth 

Postlethwaite  Hartley,  blacksmith  with  Benj.  Kneale,  res 
cor  Sycamore  and  San  Pablo  av 

Potter  Charles,  Mrs.,  res  Ns  Seventeenth  opposite  Jefferson 

Potter  E.  E.,  insurance  agent,  res  272  Eleventh 

Potter  Ellie  Miss,  teacher  music,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  East  Mar- 
ket 

Potter  George  C,  civil  engineer,  res  junction  San  Pablo  and 
Telegraph  avs 

Potter  George  Hiram,  traveling  agent,  res  N  s  Edward  nr 
Telegraph  av 

Potter  Henry,  photographer  (S  F)  res  Alta  House 

Potter  John,  res  517  Third 

Potter  — ,  carpenter  CPEE,  res  S  s  Chase  nr  Willow,  W  0 

Poulter  Sarah  Miss,  res  1110  Myrtle 

POUND  CITY,  George  Taylor  master,  office  cor  Twenty- 
eighth  and  Market 

POUNSTONE  ALVIN  L.,  correspondent,  res  Wilcox 
House,  room  6 

Insure  your  houses  with  Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway. 


Best  Ice  Cream  Freezers  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 

OAKLAND    [P]    DIRECTORY.  319 

Powell  Howell  A.,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  Blake  House 

Powell  William,  res  Soracco  House,  W  O 

Powell  William,  painter  with  C.  B.  Rutherford 

Powell  William  B.,   surveyor  with  City  Engineer,  res  Alta 

House 
Powell  William  W.,  porter  CPEK,  res  157  Sixth 
POWER  &   OUGH   (William  Power  and    Richard  Ough) 

proprietors  Brooklyn  Planing  Mills,   cor  14th  av  and 

East  Fourteenth 
Power  David,  laborer,  res  cor  Maple  and  Vernon  av 
Power  George,  machinist,  res  Humboldt  Hotel 
Power  John  S.,  dry  goods,  res  740  Myrtle 
Power  Richard  B.,     bookkeeper  with  J.  J.  O'Shea,    res 

Orleans  Hotel 
POWER   WILLIAM  (Power  &  Ough)   res   SE   cor  East 

Seventeenth  and  4th  av 
Powers  Annie,  domestic,  Blake  House 
Powers  Charles,  butcher,  res  813  East  Twelfth 
Powers   Charles,    plumber  with  J.  H.  Howard,  res  East 

Twelfth  bet  15th  and  16th  avs 
Powers  Daniel  N.,  dentist,  463  Tenth 
Powers  Katie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  Taylor  nr  Pine,  W  O 
Powers  Oliver  P.,  boarding,  323  Eleventh 
Powers  R.,  baker  with  Wise  &  Umlauff,  res  707  Broadway 
Poyzer  William  R.,  student  University 
Prather  Samuel  D.,  clerk  with  W.  &  M.  Everson,  res  NW 

Seventh  and  Washington 
Prather  Thomas,  messenger  Union  National  Gold  Bank 
Pratt  D.  W.,  deputy  County  Clerk,  res  662  Eleventh 
Pratt  Henry  L.,  driver  with  Sarpy,  Barstow  &  Co.,  res  521 

Fourth 
Pratt  Horace,  pedlar,  res  cor  Twenty-sixth  and  San  Pablo  av 
Pratt  Horace  G.,  manager  Diamond  Printing  Co.,  NW  cor 

Broadway  and  Twelfth,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Center,  W  O 
Pratt  John  H.,  res  W  s  8th  av  bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East 

Sixteenth 
Premo  Dennis,  driver  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av  R  R,  res 

Temescal 
PRESCOTT  &  BEMIS  (M.  Prescott  and  0.  Bemis)  butch- 
ers, 479  East  Twelfth 
Prescott  A.  A.,   butchers  with  Prescott  &  Bemis,   res  514 

East  Twelfth 
Prescott  Alfred,  shipwright  W  D  Co 
Prescott  C,  brakeman  C  P  R  R,  res  Oakland  Wharf 
PRESCOTT  MELVIN  (Prescott  &  Bemis)  res  cor  10th  av 

and  East  Fourteenth 

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320  OAKLAND    [P]   DIRECTORY. 

Prescott  Sarah  Mrs.,  res  573  East  Twelfth 
Presho  James,  commission  merchant,  res  827  Myrtle 
PreshowR.  G.,  oculist,  606  Fourteenth 
Preston  B.  P.,  res  SW  cor  Cedar  and  William,  W  O 
Preston  John  W.,  pattern  maker,  res  S  s  Charter  nr  Tele- 
graph av 
PRICE  &  MOORE  (David  Price  and  Isaac  Moore)  proprie- 
tors Oakland  Point  Planing  Mills,  Oaklant  Point,  W  O 
Price  Augustus,  clerk  with  S.  Splivalo,  res  765  Jefferson 
PRICE  DAVID  (Price  &  Moore)  res  765  Jefferson 
Price  David  A.,  clerk  with  S.  Splivalo,  res  765  Jefferson 
Price  Elizabeth  Mrs.,  seamstress,  resN  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and 

Wood,  W  O 
Price  F.  O.  P.,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 
Price  Frank,  assistant  engineer,  res  SW  cor  Fifth  and  Jef- 
ferson 
Price  George   C,    carpenter    and    builder,    res   513    East 

Twelfth 
Price  James,  res  858  Harrison 

Price  James  K.,  clerk  with  Son  Bros  (S  F)  res  N  s  Seven- 
teenth nr  Cypress,  W  O 
Price  Joseph  A.,  laborer  with  Joseph  Hunt 
Price  Lyttleton,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  Kelsey  House 
Price  Walter,  printer  (S  F)  res  IN  s  Seventeenth  nr  Cypress, 

WO 
Price  W.  C,  salesman,  res  664  Sixth 

Price  William,  res  S  s  East  Seventeenth  bet  5th  and  6th  avs 
Price  William,  machinehand  with  Price  &  Moore,  res  765 

Jefferson 
Price  William  F.,  laborer,  res  812  Market 
Price  William  F.  jr.,  porter  C  P  B  R,  res  812  Market 
Price  William  N.,  sticker,  res  W  s  Jefferson  bet  Fourth  and 

Fifth 
Price  W.  S.,  clerk  with  Son  Bros,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr 

Cypress,  W  O 
Priest  John,  shipwright  W  D  Co 
Priestley  Henry,  well  borer,  res  552  Seventh 
Priestley  John  H.,  hackman  with  L.  M.  Beaudry,  res  859 

Clay 
Priestley  Thomas,  harness  cleaner  with  L.  M.  Beaudry,  res 

552  Seventh 
Prince  Allen  G.,  contractor,  res  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Wood  and 

Willow 
Prince  Levi,  carpenter,  res  cor  13th  av  and  East  Thirty- 
third,  Lynn 
Prince  Thomas  P.,  machinist,  res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Cedar,  W  O 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


For  biliousness  drink  Eastern  Cider.     Gordon,  agt,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND     [P]    DIRECTORY.  321 

Prindle  Frederick,  meter  inspector  Contra  Costa  Water  Co 
Pringle  EdAvard  J.,  atty-at-laAv  (S  F)  res  NW  cor  7th  av  and 

East  Nineteenth,  E  0 
Pringle  John,  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  811  Filbert 
Pringle   William,    hostler  City  Hall  Stable,    res  Stewart's 

Hotel 
Prink  Edwin  P.,  architect  and  builder,  res  520  East  Four- 
teenth, E  O 
Printslow  Ellen,  domestic,  S  s  Merrimac  nr  Broadway 
Pritchard  Thomas,   Avatchman  Pacific  Jute  Manufacturing 

Co,  res  NE  cor  East  Fifteenth  and  10th  av,  E  O 
PROBATE  COURT,  Stephen  G.  Nye  judge,  County  Court 

House,  room  1 
Proud  John  D.,.  res  NW  cor  Willow  and  William 
Prout  E.  A.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  1005  Broadway 
Pryal  A.  D.,  nursery  and  res  Pryal's  Valley,  Temescal 
Pullman  James,  merchant,  res  E  s  Poplar  bet  Tenth  and 

Twelfth,  W  O 
Pullis  Thomas,  bricklayer,  res  SW  cor  Myrtle  and  Twenty- 
fourth 
PUMYEA  NELSON  D.,  res  Newland's  Hotel 
Pumyea  Peter  (Newland  &  Pumyea)  res  Newland's  Hotel 
Pundt  Edward,  bookkeeper  with  S.  Splivalo  &  Co,  res  1161" 

Franklin 
Purcell  Charles,  reservoir  keeper  Contra  Costa  Water  Co, 

res  Hawthorne  bet  Broadway  and  Elm 
Purdy  E.,  res  Central  Pacific  House 
PURINGTON  &  OUGH  (Stephen  W.  Purington  and  Joseph 

Ough)  wood  and  coal,  609-611  East  Eleventh 
PURINGTON   STEPHEN  W.  (Purington  &  Ough)  1065 

12th  av 
Purnell  Z.  J.,  barber,  res  210  Fifth 
Purrett  E.  W.,  brakeman  C  P  E  R 

Purves  John,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  811  Filbert 
Putnam  S.  N.,  atty-at-law,  res  E  s  Harrison  bet  Fourteenth 

and  Fifteenth 
Putzar  Louis,  shipjoiner,  res  N  s  Thirteenth  nr  Willow,  W  O 
Putzker  Alvin,  instructor  German,  University,  res  E  s  Tele- 
graph av  nr  Twenty-fifth 

Q 

Quackenbush  George,  carpenter,  res  cor  Grove  and  Twenty- 
sixth 

QUEEN  INSURANCE  CO.  (fire)  of  Liverpool,  H.  L.  Roff  & 
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Queen  W.,  brakeman  CPER 

Queenan  Barrett,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Queens  W.  C,  engineer  C  P RE,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 

Querallo  George,  gardener,  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Seventeenth 

Quigley  Delia,  domestic,  S  s  Bancroft  way  nr  Telegraph  av, 

Berkeley 
Quigley  William  B.,  expressman,  res  517  Third 
Quill  Catharine,  widow,  res  N  s  East  Twentieth  bet  6th  and 

7th  avs 
Quill  Daniel  J.,  fireman  CPER,  res  Twentieth  bet  6th  and 

7th  avs 
Quince  A.  M.  Miss,  res  954  West  Fifth 
Quince  M.  Mrs.,  res  954  West  Fifth 

Quinlan  P.  J.,  res  N  s  William  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W  0 
Quinn  Edward,  laborer,  res  N  s  Fifth  bet  Lewis  and  Henry 
Quinn  John,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Quinn  John,  laborer  CPER,  res  812  Filbert 
Quinn  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Central  House 
Quinn  William  H.,  salesman  (S  F)  res  SW  cor  Castro  and 

Fifteenth 
Quinn  William  J.,  res  SW  cor  Castro  and  Fifteenth 
Quinto  Joseph  M.,  barber,  res  371  Fifth 
Quong  Sing,  laundry,  708  Broadway 
Quong  Tai,  Chinese  physician,  469  Eighth 

R 

Rabe  William  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Alice  and  Durant 
Rachaels  Andrew,  painter,  res  junction  Magnolia  and  Peralta 
Rackliffe  John,  merchant,  res  859  Castro 
Rademacher  August,  sticker  with  Price  &  Moore,  res  cor 

Wood  and  Seward,  W  0 
Bader  Christopher,  mail  clerk  CPER,  res  832  Thirteenth 
Rader  George,  res  832  Thirteenth 
Radick  William,  shoemaker,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Rading  Frederick,  upholsterer  with  E.  Hook,  res  514  Fourth 
Rae  Agnes,  domestic,  N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Clay  and  Jeffer- 
son 
Raehn  Albert,  res  N  s  Railroad  av  bet  Adeline  and  Union 
RAFFO  BROS.  (Colombo  and  Louis  Raffo)  dealers  in  gro- 
ceries, liquors,  crockery,  hardware,  etc.,  SW  cor  Broad- 
way and  Third 
RAFFO  COLOMBO  (Raffo  Bros.)  res  S  s  Fourth  bet  Jeffer- 
son and  Grove 
RAFFO  LOUIS   (Raffo  Bros.)  res  SW  cor  Broadway  and 
Third 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broad-way 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Eastern  Cider  Company,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND     [R]    DIRECTORY.  323 

Ragland  Charles,  porter  CPRK 

Ragsdale  W.  B.,  spring-bed  maker,  N  s  Frederick  nr  San 

Pablo  av 
Kahl  Thomas,  brakeman  CPRK,  res  Oakland  Wharf 
liahrsen  Fred.,  laborer,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  0 
RAILROAD  EXCHANGE,  Richard  Watts  proprietor,  N  s 

Railroad  av  nr  Bay,  W  O 
Railton  E.  M.,  train  dispatcher  C  P  R  R,  res  Grand  Western 

Hotel,  W  O 
Raines  William  H.,  laborer,  res  W  s  Centre  nr  Tenth,  W  O 
Raleigh  C.  J.,  lather,  res  E  s  Myrtle  nr  Twenty-eighth 
Raleigh  J.  F.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Myrtle  nr  Twenty-eighth 
Raleigh  L.  A.,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Myrtle  nr  Twenty-eighth 
Ralston  C.  T.,  clerk,  956  Broadway 

RALSTON  H.  H.  (Cole  &  Ralston)  res  904  Kearney,  S  F 
Ralston  J.  C,  collector  with  Cole  &  Ralston,  res  cor  Elev- 
enth and  Brush 
RALSTON  MARKET,  J.  Schultz  proprietor,  SE  cor  Eighth 

and  Washington 
Rambaud  S.,  groceries,  NE  cor  Franklin  and  Second 
Rammelsberg  Augustus,  farmer,  res  cor  Sixth  and  Delaware 

WB 
Rammelsberg  Ernest,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Sixth  nr  Delaware, 

WB 
Ramsten  Charles  H.,  accountant  First  National  Gold  Bank 

(S  F)  res  S  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Nineteenth 
RAND  DAVID  H.,  chief  of  police,  City  Hall,  res  S  s  Bay 

Place  nr  Broadway 
Randall  Charles,  stableman  with  J.  C.  Trescott 
Randall  E.,  porter  C  P  R  R 
Randall  Samuel,  teamster  with  Sarpy,  Barstow  &  Co.,  res 

Second  bet  Webster  and  Harrison 
RANDLETT  H.  A.,  proprietor  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Randorp  John  J.,  engineer,  res  foot  Goss,  W  0 
Ranft  Henry,  clerk  with  A.  G.  Lawrie 
RANGOD  GUSTAV,  Pioneer  Oakland  Dyeing  Works,  S  s 

Twenty-first  nr  Telegraph  av,  office  and  res  cor  Twelfth 

and  Webster 
Rankin  Andrew,  tinsmith  with  James  Dalziel,  res  cor  Grove 

and  Caledonia  av 
Rankin  James,  plumber  with  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  cor  Cal- 
edonia av  and  Grove 
Ranlett  Frank  A.,  horse  trainer  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Ranlett  John,  carpenter,  res  163  Seventh 
Ranlett  Horace  D.,  commission  merchant  (S  F)  res  721 

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Kann  E.  P.  Mrs.,  teacher  Lafayette  School,  res  Ws  Webster 

bet  Fourteenth  and  Sixteenth 
Ransom  E.  R.,  compositor  Daily  Evening  Tribune,  res  W  s 

Market  bet  Twenty-first  and  Twenty-second 
Ransom   L.  W.,   justice  of  the  peace  (S  F)   res  W  s  cor 

Market  and  Twenty-first 
Ranson  Winfield  L. ,  compositor  Daily  Evening  Tribune,  res 

W  s  Market  bet  Twenty-first  and  Twenty-second 
Raper  John,  teamster  with  Hayes,  Carrick  &  Co.,  res  Ames' 

Butcher  Town 
Raplee  John,  fireman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Rappold  John,  shoecutter,  res  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Willow  and 

Campbell,  W  O 
RASMUSSEN  A.  (Petersen  &  Co.)  res  851  Franklin 
Rasmussen  Peter,  machine  hand  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Rassio  Aviel,  laborer,  res  S  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Telegraph  av 
RATHJEN  DIEDRICH,  groceries  and  liquors,  store  and  res 

NW  cor  Jefferson  and  Fifth 
Rathjen  Herman,  drayman,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  12th 

and  13th  avs 
Rathman  Edward  F.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 
Rattary  Daniel,  blacksmith,  res  NE  cor  Twenty-sixth  and 

Myrtle 
Raudebaugh  Peter,  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  S  s  Railroad  av 

bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W  O 
Raye  Rosa  Mrs,  res  N  s  Thirteenth  bet  Wood  and  Willow 
Raymond  John,  boot  and  shoemaker,  shop  and  res  SE  cor 

Third  and  Broadway 
Raymond  Joseph,  stableman  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Raymond  V.  R.,  with  U.  S.  Mint  (S  F)  res  W  s  Broadway 

nr  Twentieth 
Raymond  W.  H.,  mining,  res  1109  Clay 
Raynor  Ellen  A.  Miss,  teacher  History  Mills'  Seminary 
Raynor  Joseph  C,  horsetrainer,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Read  Stephen  A.,  carpenter,  res  664  Harrison 
Reader  Edward  B.,  postal  clerk  C  P  R  R,  res  W  s  Market 

nr  Twenty-first 
Real  Giuseppe,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Ream  John,  miller  with  Jacob  Samm,  res  cor  Union  and 

Twenty-fourth 
Reaman  C,  carpenter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Recine  R.  D.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Shattuck  three-fourth  mile  N 

Temescal 
RECORDER  COUNTY,  Thomas  A.  Smith,  County  Court 

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OAKLAND    [R]    DIRECTORY.  325 

Hector  B.  F.,  superintendent  Pacific  Jute  Manufacturing  Co, 

res  cor  East  Eleventh  and  2d  av 
Rector  L.  J.,  clerk  City  Marshall,  res  N  s  East  Seventeenth 

bet  15th  and  16th  avs 
Rector  P.  C,  civil  engineer  and  surveyor,  res  363  Ninth 
Redding  D.  W.,  carpenter,  res  517  Ninth 
Redfield  Horace  A.,  student  University 
Redican  Bernard,  plasterer,  res  1054  Franklin 
Redington  Charles  H.,  paymaster  W  D  Co,  res  S  s  Twelfth 

bet  Willow  and  Campbell,  W  O 
Redman  Mary,  domestic,  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Jefferson 
Redman  R.  A.,  atty-at-law,  res  957  Grove 
Redmayne  Thomas,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 
Redstone  A.  E., .editor  and  proprietor  Plow,  Hammer  and 

Pen,  461  Ninth,  res  810  Tenth 
Redstone,    Ely  &  Lister  (A.H.Redstone,  O.   C.  Ely  and 

James  Lister)  job  printing  and  mnfrs  Redstone  Card 

and  Paper  Press,  E  s  Broadway  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth 
REDSTONE   JOHN  H.,  atty-at-law  and   solicitor  patents, 

461  Ninth,  res  W  s  West  bet  Ninth  and  Tenth 
Redway  Jacques  W.,  student  University 
REED  CHARLES  G.,    county  clerk  and  auditor,   County 

Court  House,  room  1,  res  663  Ninth 
Reed  C.  M.,  telegraph  operator  C  P  R  R,  res  N  s  Seventh 

bet  Webster  and  Alice 
Reed  Edward,  student  University 
Reed  Frank  M.,  carpenter,  res  306  Seventh 
Reed  George,  farmer,  res  E  s  Elm  nr  College  av 
Reed  George  jr.,  student  University 
Reed  George  W.,  deputy  county  clerk,  res  SW  cor  Market 

and  Sixteenth 
Reed  James,  engineer  C  P  R  R,  res  E  s  Willow  bet  Chase 

and  Taylor,  W  O 
Reed  James  W,  carpenter,  res  306  Seventh 
Reed  William,  superintendent  Mission  Bay  Bridge  (S  F)  res 

W  s  Market  nr  Sixteenth 
Reedy  William,  propr  Oakland  House,  672  Broadway 
Rees  David,  carpenter,  res  753  Castro 
Reese  Henry  P.,  master  mariner,  resEs  Elm  nr  Hawthorne 

av 
Reeves  E.,  porter  C  P  R  R 
Reeves  John,  cabinetmaker,  res  408  Ninth 
Reeves  J.  W.,  coffin  maker  with  H.  W.  Carson  &  Co.,  (S.  F) 

res  408  Ninth 
Reeves  R.  R.,  dentist,  NW  cor  Eighth  and  Broadway,  res 

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Regan  Daniel,  driver  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av  R  R,  res 
W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Fiftieth 

Reic  C,  laborer  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe 

Reice  Henry,  laborer,  res  Eland  House 

Reichling  F.,  assayer  (S  F)  res  NW  cor  Eighth  and  Linden 

Reichling  L.  F.,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  NW  cor  Eighth  and 
Linden 

Reid  Charles  H.,  butcher  with  J.  F.  Smith,  res  W  s  Brush 
nr  Seventeenth 

Reid  Charles  W.,  farmer,  res  cor  Maple  and  Forty-eighth, 
Temescal 

Reid  Edward  F.  R.,  propr  Central  Pacific  House,  NE  cor 
Eleventh  and  Webster 

Reid  John,  carriagemaker,  res  369  Eleventh 

Reid  John,  shipwright,  res  NW  cor  William  and  Pine,  W  O 

Reid  John,  woodworker  with  King  &  Williams,  res  Eleventh 
bet  Franklin  and  Webster 

Reid  Lizzie  Miss,  compositor  Tribune,  res  525|  Howard  (S  F) 

Reier  Charles,  painter,  res  906  Washington 

REIER  GEORGE  (Paul  &  Reier)  res  805  Jackson 

REIER  HENRY  (Marten  &  Reier)  res  1159  Broadway 

Reilay  &  Bradway  (J.  P.  Reilay  and  J.  R.  Bradway)  physi- 
cians and  surgeons,  1059  Broadway 

Reilay  John  P.  (Reilay  &  Bradway)  physician,  1059  Broad- 
way, res  1057  Washington 

Reilly  Paul  J.,  chemist  and  apothecary,  847  Broadway,  res 
569  Sixth 

Reily  Mary,  chambermaid  The  Centennial 

Reimers  F.  P.  L.,  groceries  and  notions,  963  Franklin,  res 

5  s  Second  bet  Webster  and  Harrison 

Reinhardt  Hans,  cigar  manufacturer,  311  Clay  (S  F)  res  S  s 
Eighth  nr  Willow,  W  O 

Reinle  Frederick,  butcher  (S  F)  res  1058  West 

Reinstadler  F.,  carpenter,  res  555  Franklin 

REMILLARD  &  BROS  (Peter  N.,  Hilaire,  and  Edward 
Remillard)  brickmakers  and  contractors,  office  921 
Broadway  and  foot  of  Webster 

REMILLARD  &  CO  (Peter  N.,  Hilaire,  Edward  and  Frank 
Remillard  and  T.  Lamoureux)  brickmakers  and  con- 
tractors, 921  Broadway  and  foot  of  Webster 

REMILLARD  EDWARD  (Remillard  &  Bros,  and  Remil- 
lard &  Co.)  res  San  Rafael 

REMILLARD  FRANK  (Remillard  &  Co.)  res  W  s  Jeffer- 
son nr  Sixth 

REMILLARD  HILAIRE  (Remillard  Bros,  and  Remillard 

6  Co.)  res  11  Kearny  (S  F) 


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J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs,  469  Ninth  st. 
OAKLAND    [  R  ]   DIRECTORY.  327 

Kemillard  Mary  Mrs.,  res  355  Tenth 

REMTLLARD  PETER  N.  (Remillard  &  Bros,  and  Remil- 

lard  &  Co.)  res  1201  Franklin 
Remington  James  R.,  second  officer  steamer   Capital,  res 

Broadway  Wharf 
Remo  Joseph,  laborer  with  Shakespeare  and  Walter,  res  SW 

cor  Eleventh  and  Jefferson 
Renard  Frank,  clerk  Berkeley  Laundry 
Renaud  Eugene,  scroll  sawyer  with  Grove-st  planing  Mill 
Renken  Henry,  needle  doctor,  office  and  res  461  Ninth 
Renney  J.  A.,  marker  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Reno  A.  C,  res  SE  cor  Tenth  and  Madison 
Reno  Eugene,  res  956  Third 

Requa  — ,  res  S  s  East  Fourteenth  nr  Fruit  Vale  ay 
Rese  John,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Reting  Annie,  domestic,  1132  Linden 

Reuter  Charles,  dyer  with  George  Manefeld,  res  834  Broad- 
way 
Reyerley  John  C,  stock  dealer,  N  s  Railroad  ay  bet  Wood 

and  Pine,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Pine  and  Wood,  W  0 
Reynolds  Annie  Mrs.,  res  510  Eighth 
Reynolds  Daniel,  carpenter  Groye-st  Planing  Mill,  res  cor 

Thirty-ninth  and  Groye  < 

Reynolds  Frank,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-second  and 

San  Pablo  ay 
Reynolds  Frank  A.,  clerk,  res  510  Eighth 
Reynolds  George  L. ,  artist,  res  cor  Mariposa  and  Telegraph 

ays,  Temescal 
Reynolds   Harriet  Miss,    dressmaker,    res  Mariposa  ay  nr 

Telegraph  ay,  Temescal 
Reynolds  Joseph,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  nr  Twenty-third 
Reynolds  Merick,  res  W  s  Telegraph  ay  nr  Seventeenth 
Reynolds  R.  T.  Mrs.,  milliner,  325  Twelfth 
Reynolds  Thomas  N.,    clerk  with  J.  S.  Croslev,  res  510 

"  Eighth 
Reynolds  William  R.,  res  1065  Fifth  ay,  E  O 
Rhiel  James,  blacksmith  with  Henry  Weeks,  res  East  Twelfth 

bet  11th  and  12th  ays 
Rhinehart  Junius  O.,   salesman  with  dishing  &  Ryder,  cor 

Thirteenth  and  Groye 
Rhodes  E.  G.,   carpenter,   res  E  s  Mvrtle  bet  Second  and 

Third 
Ricardo  F.,  laborer,  res  W  s  Chester  nr  Fifth 
RICE  &  WHITE  (C.  H.  Rice  and  J.  J.  White)  butchers, 

2  and  6  City  Market 
RICE  CHARIxES  H.  (Rice  &  White)  res  Webster  nr  Durant 

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Rice  Harry,  salesman  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Evoy  av 

and  Lusk 
Richards  A.  C,  clerk  with  W.  A.  Richards,  res  718  Twelfth 
Richards  Ezra,  dealer  stocks,  res  516  Fifth 
Richards  James,  carpenter,  res  510  Eighth 
Richards  S.,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 

RICHARDS  W.  A.,  proprietor  City  Hall  Livery  Stable,  N  s 
Fourteenth  nr  City  Hall,  and  agent  San  Francisco  daily 

papers,  855  Broadway,  res  718  Twelfth 
Richards  William  A.,  surveyor,  res  619  Tenth 
Richardson  Aaron  Sanborn,  carpenter,  res  313  Ninth 
Richardson  Ambrose  C,  professor  Latin  and  Greek,  Uni- 
versity, res  E  s  Vine  nr  Pine,  Berkeleyville 
Richardson  Benjamin,  porter  C  P  R  R 
Richardson  George,  laborer,  res  362  Fifth 
Richardson  H.  N.  Mrs.,  res  1129  Myrtle 
Richardson  Horatio  Mrs.,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  7th 

and  8th  avs 
Richardson  John  M.,  res  564  East  Eleventh 
Richardson  Nicholas,  car  repairer  C  P  R  R,  res  NE  cor  West 

Fifth  and  Henry 
Richardson  Sarah  J.,  domestic,  1116  West 
Richardson  S.  J.,  widow,  res  715  Linden 
Richardson  Thomas,  lumber,  res  S  s  East  Nineteenth  bet 

6th  and  7th  avs 
Richmond  Lizzie  Mrs.,  res  N  s  William  nr  Telegraph  av 
Richon  C.  N.,  res  204  Seventh 

Rickard  Michael,  laborer,  res  N  s  Chase  nr  Wood,  W  0 
Rickey  B.,  pipemaker  Contra  Costa  Water  Co 
Rickey  Daniel  B.,  tinsmith,  res  W  s  Brash  bet  Seventeenth 

and  Eighteenth 
Riddle  Herbert,  res  175  Eighth 

Rideley  Henry,  dairy,  res  cor  Thirtieth  and  Magnolia 
Rider  Alfred,  merchant,  res  W  s  11th  av  bet  East  Fifteenth 

and  East  Sixteenth 
RIEBLE  JACOB,  proprietor  Union  Restaurant,  Oyster  and 

Chop  House,  902  Broadway,   res  W  s  Washington  bet 

Eighth  and  Ninth 
Riel  James,  blacksmith  with  Henry  Weeks,  res  563  East 

Twelfth 
Riggs  J.  L.,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Riley  Bridget,  domestic,  W  s  Telegraph  av   bet  Twenty- 
fourth  and  Twenty-fifth 
Riley  Daniel,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  Fifteenth  bet  West  and 

Market 
Riley  M.,  carpenter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 


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Riley  —  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Twenty-eighth  nr  West 

Riley  Nellie,  domestic,  N  s  Fourteenth  nr  Myrtle 

Riley  Peter  T.,  student  University 

Riley  William,  watchmaker  California  Watch  Co,  res  Willow 

Park,  W  B 
Riley  William,  laborer  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Riley  — ,  res  910  West  Fifth 
Rillons  William,  stockbroker,  res  833  Madison 
Rincke  John  E.,  assistant  janitor  County  Court  House  and 

restaurant,  556  Franklin 
Ring  Daniel,  laborer,  res  369  Third 
Ring  Susan,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Ringold  David,  teamster  with  Thomas  &  Anderson,  res  419 

Tenth 
Rintoul  Christina  Miss,  res  1010  West 

Rioton  Adam,  paperhanger,  res  cor  Seward  and  Pine,  W  O 
Riotte  Eugene,  stockbroker  (S  F)  res  656  Fifth 
Rischmuller  D.,  carpenter,  res- W  s  8th  av  bet  East  Twelfth 

and  East  Fourteenth 
Rischmuller  George,  carpenter,   res  W  s  11th  av  bet  East 

Fourteenth  and  East  Fifteentn 
Rischmuller  Henry,  sculptor,  res  W  s  8th  av  bet  East  Twelfth 

and  East  Fourteenth 
Risdon  John  N.,  res  W  s  Fruit  Vale  av  nr  East  Fourteenth, 

Fruit  Vale 
Riser  George,   foreman  with  A.  Gemmell,  res  Eland  House 
Rising  Millard  B.,  professor  Chemistry  University,  res  cor 

Chapel  and  University  av,  Berkeley 
Risley  J.  B.,  plasterer,  res  1116  Washington 
Rison  W.  R.  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Jackson  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth 
Rivers  William  H.,  cook  Magnolia  Restaurant,  res  Twelfth 

nr  Broadway 
Rix  Edward  A.,  student  University 
Roach  Bridget,  domestic,  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Charter 
Roach  Hannah,  domestic,  NW  cor  Railroad  av  and  Kirkham 
Roach  John,  res  671  East  Twelfth 
Roach  John,  laborer  with  Gilardin  Bros 
Roach  M.  R.  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  915  Webster 
Roach  Patrick,  marble  cutter  with  Madden  &  Sheedy,  res 

cor  Twenty-seventh  and  West 
Roach  Peter,  engineer,  res  N  s  William  bet  Cedar  and  Bay, 

WO 
Robb  B.,  painter,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  nr  Brush 
Robb  John,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Robbins  Charles  F.  (Blake,  Robbins  &  Co.,  S  F)  res  Tele- 
graph av  bet  Sycamore  and  Caledonia  av 


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Bobbins  Emma  Miss  (Spaulding  &  Bobbins)  res  468  Twelfth 
Roberts  Abraham,  waiter  Magnolia  Restaurant,  res  318  Third 
Roberts  Carrie  Miss,  res  N  s  Division  nr  Pine,  W  O 
RORERTS  CHARLES,  cashier  The  Oakland  Bank  of  Sav- 
ings, res  SW  cor  Orchard  and  Webster 
Roberts  Edward,  engineer  C  P  B  B,  res  Cedar  bet  William 

and  Atlantic,  W  O 
Boberts  Edward  W.,  mining  engineer,  res  S  s  Charter  nr 

Telegraph  av 
Boberts  Griffith  M.,  car  repairer  C  P  B  B,  res  E  s  5th  av 

bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East  Sixteenth 
Boberts  Henry,  butcher  with  G.  W.  Scribner,  res  Fifteenth 

bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 
Boberts  John,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Seward  nr  Wood,  W  O 
Boberts  John,  laborer  W  D  Co 
Boberts  John  W.,  res  SW  cor  Webster  and  Durant 
Boberts  Joseph,  res  967  Alice 
Boberts  Oliver  E.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Twenty-seventh  nr 

West 
ROBERTS  SAMUEL  (Murray  &  Roberts)  res  Sunnyside 

House 
Boberts  William  C,  tailor  (S  F)  res  1006  Broadway 
Bobertson  Alexander,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  cor  Seventh 

and  Cedar 
Bobertson  Daniel,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Pine  and  Atlantic, 

WO 
Bobertson  Henry,  carpenter,  res  573  Eighth 
Bobertson  John  A.,  mining,  res  W  s  Merrimac  nr  Broadway 
Bobertson  John  W.,  student  University 
Bobins  Jennie  A.,  Miss,  student  University 
Bobins  John  C,  dentist,  res  cor  Spruce  and  Vine,  Berkeley- 

ville 
Bobins  William  W.,  compositor  Tribune,  res  cor  Fifth  and 

Broadway 
ROBINSON  AARON,  carpet  beating  machine,  519  Second, 

res  523  Second 
Robinson  Andrew,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Bobinson  Augustus  W.,  real1  estate   and  patent  agent,  956 

Broadway,  res  Hobart  nr  Telegraph  av 
Bobinson  Charles  D.,  artist,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  6th 

and  7th  avs 
Bobinson  Charles  J .,  clerk  City  Treasurer,  res  N  s  Fifteenth 

bet  West  and  Franklin 
Bobinson   C.   J.   Mrs.,  teacher  Lafayette   School,  res  The 

Centennial 
Bobinson  C.  K.,  broker  (S  F)  res  811  Eleventh 


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Robinson  Daniel  T.,  miner,  res  368  Third 

Robinson  Edward  C,  delivery  clerk  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe, 

res  911  Grove 
Robinson  Edward  N.,  engineer  (S  F)  res  W  s  Telegraph  av 

bet  Twenty-fourth  and  Twenty-fifth 
Robinson  Elizabeth,  domestic,  1077  Eighth 
Robinson  Emma  Miss,  res  367  Fourth 
Robinson  Emma  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  273  Ninth 
Robinson  E.  N. ,  res  Kelsey  House  Cottage 
Robinson  George,  glazier  with  W.   S.  Murphy,  res  Eland 

House 
Robinson  H.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Railroad  av  nr  Cedar 
Robinson  Harry,  res  711  Fourth 

Robinson  Henry,  plasterer,  res  W  s  Willow  nr  Taylor,  W  O 
Robinson  J.  Claiborne,  res  954  West  Fifth 
Robinson  Jesse,  physician,  res  911  Grove 
Robinson  J.  G.,  tillerman  Hook  and  Ladder  No.  1,  res  468 

Sixth 
Robinson  John,  foreman  weaving  department  Pacific  Jute 

Co.,  res  cor  East  Eleventh  and  3d  av 
Robinson  John  A.,  atty-at-law,  res  W  s  Linden  bet  Eighth 

and  Tenth 
Robinson    John    0.,    contractor,    res  N   s  Eighteenth  nr 

Market 
Robinson  Nathan,  res  cor  Thirty-ninth  and  Grove 
Robinson  Remus,  teacher,  SW  cor  Harrison  and  Sixth 
Robinson  W.  T.,  coachman,  res  863  Clay,  rear 
Robinson  — ,  res  920  Sixth  av,  E  0 
Robison  Edwin  S.,  blacksmith  with  P.  H.  McGrew 
Robison  James,  laborer  with  Kunkel  Bros. 


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Robison  Robert  I.,  res  The  Centennial 

Roby  Joseph,  watchman  Calif ornia  Watch  Co.,  res  San  Pablo 

av  nr  Delaware,  W  B 
Rocca  John,  wines  and  liquors,  saloon  and  res  710  Broad- 
way 
Rocovich  Luca,  fruit,  968  Broadway 
RODE  CHRISTIAN  (Kaese  &  Rode)  res  417  Tenth 
Roderick  John,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  Twenty-seventh  bet 

San  Pablo  av  and  Grove 
Rodericks  Ignatio  A.,  laborer,   res  S   s  East  Fourteenth 

bet  18th  and  19th  avs 
Rodgers  Augustus,  Capt.,  res  W  s  Park  nr  East  Twelfth 
Rodgers  James,  contractor,  res  666  Fourth 
Rodgerson  James  C,  solicitor,  res  NW  cor  Sixth  and  Brush 
Rodolph  E.  G.,  clerk,  res  1003  Broadway 
Rodolph  Frank  B.,  books  and  stationery  and  sheet  music, 

1003  Broadway 
Rodolph  S.  F.,  homoeopathic  physician,  1003  Broadway,  res 

res  966  Clay 
Roe  Edwin  A.,  capitalist,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Roe  Frederick  A.,  capitalist,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Roe  George,  capitalist,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Roe  William,   laborer  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Evoy  av 

and  Lusk 
Roediger  F.  A.,  candy  factory,  N  s  Taylor  bet  Wood  and 

Willow,  W  O 
Roediger  F.  W.,  candymaker,  res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Wood, WO 
Roediger  Herman,   candymaker,   res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Wood, 

WO 
Roehnert  Fred,  upholsterer  with  E.  Hook,  res  N  s  Third 

bet  Henry  and  Chester 
ROFF  HARRY  L.  (H.  L.  Roff  &  Co.)  res   S  s  Twenty- 
fourth  bet  Telegraph  av  and  Valley 
ROFF  H.  L  &  CO.  (Harry  L.  Roff,  Charles  E.  Gillett  and 

Herman  Kirkaldie)  agents  Royal  Canadian  Ins  Co,  907 

Broadway 
Roff  John  C,  first  officer  stmr  Capital,  res  Railroad  House, 

E.  O 
Roff  Susanna,  widow,  res  1171  Sixteenth  av,  E  O 
Rogel  Maria  Mrs.,  midwife,  res  362  Fourth 
Rogers  E.  A.,  clerk  (S  F)  res  13  Pine,  W  O 
Rogers  Eustace  B.,  student  University 
Rogers  Frank,  laborer,  res  818  East  Twelfth 
Rogers  Henry,  agent  with  Samuel  Merritt,  res  W  s  Jackson 

bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 
Rogers  Henry,  pilot  (S  F)  res  N  s  Seward  nr  Wood,  W  O. 

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OAKLAND    [  R  ]    DIRECTORY.  333 

Rogers  John,  res  W  s  Campbell  bet  Atlantic  and  Pacific, 
WO 

Rogers  John,  carpenter  C  P  R  R,  res  cor  Goss  and  Pine,  W  O 

Rogers  John  R.,  builder,  res  610  Twelfth 

Rogers  Lucy  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Division  nr  Pine,  W  O 

Rogers  Philip,  well  digger,  res  W  s  Lusk  nr  Evoy  av 

Rogers  Sol.,  photographer,  res  N  s  Division  nr  Pine,  W  O 

Robers  William  H.,  laborer  W  D  Co,  res  NE  cor  East  Fif- 
teenth and  16th  av 

Rohan  Mary  E.,  groceries,  8E  cor  Twenty-third  and  Tele- 
graph av 

Rohan  Michael,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-third  and  Tele- 
graph av 

Rohrs  F.  E.,  tanner,  res  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  18th  and 
19th  avs,  E  O 

Rolands  William  R.,  shipwright,  res  SE  cor  Third  and  Cen- 
ter 

Rollins  Frank,  brakeman  C  P  R  R 

Rollins  Frank,  calker  W  D  Co 

Rollins  H.  C,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and  Pine 

Romero  J.  A.,  clerk,  res  360  Seventh 

Rondo  Ralph,  teamster  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Roning  Anna,  res  832  East  Twelfth 

Rooney  T.,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Root  James,  merchant,  res  N  s  Seventh  bet  Brush  and  Cas- 
tro 

Ropes  Charles  F.,  salesman  with  W.  &  M.  Everson,  res  1057 
Washington 

Ropes  C.  P.,  clerk  with  W.  &  M.  Everson,  res  Blake  House 

Rorer  — ,  painter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 

Rose  Alexander  H.,  res  934  Myrtle 

Rose  James,  clerk  with  C.  R.  Lewis  &  Co,  res  NW  cor 
Twenty-eighth  and  West 

Rose  James  W.,  expressman,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Twelfth, 
res  Twenty-eighth  and  West 

Rose  — ,  res  cor  Madison  and  Ninth 

Roseberry  James,  miller  (S  F)  res  W  s  Campbell  nr  Taylor, 
WO 

Rosenberg  Charles,  clerk  with  L.  Rosenberg,  res  1002  Web- 
ster 

Rosenberg  J.  M.,  cigars  and  tobacco,  901  Broadway,  res 
1002  Webster 

Rosenberg  Lasery,  cigars  and  tobacco,  869  Broadway,  res 
1002  Webster 

Rosenberg  Morris,  clothing  and  furnishing  goods,  901 
Broadway,  res  1002  Webster 


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Kosenberg  Nathan,  cigars  and  tobacco,  831  and  909  Broad- 
way, res  E  s  Telegraph  av  bet  Twenty-first  and  Twenty- 
second 

ROSENK  GUSTAV,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  res 
Eureka  Hotel 

Rosenstock  Frederick,  res  S  s  Weston  ner  Telegraph  av 

Rosett  E.  T.,  carpeter,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Kirkham,  W  O 

Ross  Adam  K.,  musician,  res  370  Fifth 

Ross  Amos  J.,  special  policeman,  res  370  Fifth 

Ross  Francis,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Myrtle  and  Fil- 
bert 

Ross  G.  E.,  broker  (S  F)  res  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  Clay 

Ross  George,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Franklin  and  Third 

Ross  John,  house  and  sign  painter,  470  Third 

Ross  John  C,  painter,  res  370  Fifth 

Ross  — ,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  717  Tenth 

Rossini  Charles  J.,  furniture,  bedding  and  fruits,  1735 
Railroad  av,  W  O 

Rossini  Louise,  domestic,  958  Eighth 

Roth  Louis,  tailor  with  S.  Francis,  res  1006  Broadway 

ROTHENBERGER  JOSEPH  (Young  &  Rothenberger)  res 
374  Tenth 

Rothschild  Fred  H.,  student  University 

Roundey  John  L.,  special  policeman,  res  503  East  Four- 
teenth 

Roundey  John  L.,  messenger  with  Steere  &  Colby,  res  S  s 
East  Fifteenth  bet  10th  and  11th  avs 

Roundey  Joseph,  clerk  with  Steere  &  Colby,  res  SE  cor 
Fourteenth  and  10th  av,  E  O 

Roundey  Joseph  A.  H.,  res  503  East  Fourteenth 

Rourke  M.,  painter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 

Rouse  Mt . ,  salesman,  res  664  Sixth 

Rouse  William  H.,  commission  merchant,  res  814  Filbert 

Rousseau  E.  Mrs., res  470  Third 

Rousseau  James,  boots  and  shoes,  store  and  res  305  East 
Twelfth 

ROWE  JOHN  (Cummings  &  Rowe)  res  S  s  William  bet  Bay 
and  Cedar,  W  O 

Rowe  R.  D.,  driver  with  Jacob  Samm 

Rowe  William,  gasfitter  with  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  569 
Eighth 

Rowell  Joseph  C,  librarian,  University,  Berkeley 

Rowell  Marion  E.  Miss,  music  teacher  Mills'  Seminary 

ROWELL  WILLIAM  K.,  real  estate  and  house  broker  and 
collector,  NE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth,  res  S  s  Merri- 
mac  bet  Telegraph  and  Webster 

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OAKLAND     [R]    DIRECTORY.  335 

Rowen  Thomas,  horseshoer  Broadway  and  Telegraph  II  R, 
res  cor  Fifty-first  and  Telegraph  av 

Rowland  J.  G.,  res  615  East  Fourteenth 

Rowland  W.  E.,  watchmaker  with  W.  Wilson,  res  Es  Chest- 
nut nr  Eighteenth 

Rowland  William,  bricklayer,  res  E  s  Chestnut  nr  Eigh- 
teenth 

Rowlands  William  T.,  shipwright  W  D  Co 

Rowlins  George,  deckhand  steamer  Capitol,  res  Broadway 
Wharf 

Rountree  Musidor,  student  University 

Rountree  Sarah,  widow,  res  E  s  Pine  nr  Vine,  W  B 

Rowse  Samuel,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Magnolia  nr  Second 

Rowse  Samuel,  res  521  Third 

Roy  Joseph,  teamster  with  Remillard  &  Bros 

Royal  Canadian  Insurance  Co.,  Robert  Magill  and  Homer 
A.  Craig,  agents,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth 

Royal  Insurance  Co.  of  Liverpool,  Luke  Doe  agent,  958 
Broadway 

Royce  Josiah,  provisions,  res  960  Clay 

Rubert  D.  H.,  shipwright,  res  Ws  Filbert  bet  Twentieth  and 
Thirtieth 

Ruddick  William  S.,  shoemaker  with  Holcomb  &  Outram, 
res  Stewart's  Hotel 

Rudolph  F.,  plumber,  res  403  Ninth 

Ruet  Clarissa,  widow,  res  716  Fourth 

Ruffler  William,  res  261  Eighth 

Ruhstall  August,  laborer  Oakland  Brewery 

Ruiz  Bernard,  res  407  Fourth 

Ruiz  John,  laborer,  407  Fourth 

Rulofson  W.  H.  jr.,  cashier  with  Bradley  &  Rulofson  (S  F) 
res  853  Myrtle 

Rulofson  William  H.  (Bradley  &  Rulofson,  S  F)  res  SW  cor 
Market  and  Twelfth 

Rummel  Frederic,  butcher,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  20th 
and  21st  avs 

Runge  Christian,  shipwright,  res  E  s  Cedar  nr  Short,  W  O 

Runyon  Fred  M.,  clerk  C  P  R  R,  res  1031  Filbert 

Ruoff  Charles,  laborer  Badger's  Grand  Central  Park 

Ruprick  August,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Ruscher  Joseph,  laborer  Oakland  Brewery 

Rushmore  William,  laborer,  res  756  Brash 

Rusley  — ,  painter,  res  W  s  Campbell  nr  Lincoln,  W  O 

Russ  John,  collector  Tribune,  res  SE  cor  Twentieth  and 
Broadway 

Russell  Charles,  carpenter  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  Temescal 

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Russell  E.  K.,  grainer  with  C.  B.  Eutherford,  res  Fifteenth 

bet  Grove  and  Jefferson 
Eussell  F.  P.,  teacher  California  Military  Academy 
RUSSELL  HOUSE,  E.  B.  Wilcox  proprietor,  1113  Broad- 
way 
Eussell  J.  C,  civil  engineer,   res  E  s  Webster  bet  Fifteenth 

and  Sixteenth 
Eussell  John,  carpenter  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  W  s  Tele- 
graph av  nr  Forty-eighth 
Eussell  Joseph  E.,  yardmaster  C  P  E  E,  res  Ws  Henry  bet 

Third  and  Fifth 
Eussell  Mary  F.,  student  University 
Eussell  Eobert,  res  N  s  East  Twenty-third  nr  13th  av 
Eussell  T.  S.,  res  E  s  10th  av  bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East 

Sixteenth 
Eussell  William,  laborer,  res  806  Alice 
Eussell  William  H.,  cooper,  res  cor  Market  and  Thirty -fifth 
Eussell  William  H.,  res  S  s  Twenty-fourth  bet  Telegraph  av 

and  Broadway 
Eust  Edgar  C,   clerk  with  Cadogan,  Smith  &  Co.,  res  962 

Clay 
Euth  John,  cigars  and  tobacco,   and  proprietor  Dime  Ex- 
press, 1052  Broadway 
RUTHERFORD  CHARLES  B.,  paints,  oils,  varnishes  and 
glass  and  house  and  sign  painting,  1016  Broadway,  res 
cor  Fifteenth  and  Franklin 
Eutherford  Emma,  domestic,  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Charter 
Eutherford  Frank,  painter  with  C.  B.  Eutherford 
Eutherford  John  S.,  farmer,  res  826  Fourteenth 
Eutherford  Joseph,  farmer,  res  Forty-second  nr  Telegraph 

av 
Eutherford  T.  W.,  carpenter,  res  503  Eleventh 
Euttlidge  Frank,  foreman,  res   SE  cor  Twenty-third  and 

Telegraph  av 
Eyan  James,  bedmaker   Central  Pacific   Eailroad  House 
Eyan  James,  hostler,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Eyan  James,  hostler,  res  cor  Union  and  Twenty-fourth 
Eyan  James,  fireman  Oakland  Gas  Co.,  res  Overland  House 
Eyan  Mark,  laborer,  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Twentieth,  W  O 
Eyan  Martin,  horseshoer,  E  s  Washington  nr  Seventh,  res 

517  Seventh 
Eyan  M.  E.,  carpenter,  res  Alta  House 
Eyan  Michael  J.,  saloon  and  agent  Hibernia  Brewery,  468 

Seventh,  res  520  Sixth 
Eyan  Eichard,  horseshoer  with  M.  Eyan,  E  s  Washington 
nr  Seventh 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


Ice  Cream  made  to  order  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 
OAKLAND    [  §  ]    DIRECTORY.  337 

Ryan  Thomas,  carriage  painter  with  M.  W.  Allen,  res  657 

Washington 
Ryder  Andrew,  conductor  C  P  R  R,  res  The  Centennial 
Ryder  — ,  res  Railroad  av  nr  Peralta,  W  0 
RYDER  ANDREW  (dishing  &  Ryder)  res  706  Tenth 
Rynders  Benjamin,  cigars,  res  1009  Tenth  av,  E  0 
Ryus  Frank  J. ,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av,  1  mile  S  of 

University 


Saal  Louis,  oysterman  with  N.  Williams,  res  558  Third 
Sack  WTilliam  M.,  saw  filer,  res. 957  Webster 
Sackett  B.  R.,  farmer,  res  E  s  Brush  nr  Twentieth 
Sackett  Darius  P.,  res  E  s  Piedmont  way  nr  D wight  way, 

Berkeley 
Sackman  John,    blacksmith  with    James   Galvin,    res   cor 

Twenty-fifth  and  Telegraph  av 
Sadlar  R.  Mrs.,  washing,  625  Tenth 
Sadler  Caleb,  merchant,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Durant 
Sagala  Alexander,  laborer,  res  cor  Second  and  University  av, 

WB 
Sagar  George  H.,  purser,  res  562  Sixth 
SAGEHORN   WDLLLAM    TV,   flour,    hay  and  grain,   473 

Sixth 
Sallinger  Albert  M.,  salesman  with  A.  Lippmann,   res  661 

Ninth 
Salsig  Ami  B.,  butcher,  res  cor  East  Twelfth  and  21st  av 
Salter  N.  A.  Mrs.,  res  118  Eleventh 
Salts  James,  res  Kelsey  *House 
Sam  Gee,  laundry,  724  Filbert 
Sam  Hop,  laundry,  foot  of  Broadway 
Sam  Kee,  laundry,  1074  Fourteenth  av 
Samm  Jacob,  proprietor  Samm's  Flouring  Mills,  res  SW  cor 

Fifth  and  Clay 
Samm's  Flouring  Mills,  Jacob  Samm  proprietor,  NW  cor 

First  and  Clay 
SamselH.  N.,  res  718  Fifth 
Samson  Leon,  salesman  with  Ghirardelli  &  Petar,  res  607 

Sixth 
Samuel  Andrew,  laborer  W  D  Co 
Samuels  Abraham,  photographer,  115  Kearny  (S  F)  res  818 

Broadway 
Samuels  B.,  tailor,  dyer  and  scourer,  818  Broadway 
Samuels  George,  clerk  with  F.  Senram,  res  818  Broadway 

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Samuels  Jacob,  painter  with  H.  W.  Barnes,  res  516  Second 
SAN    FRANCISCO    MARKET,  P.   J.   Gerhardy  manger, 

829  Broadway 
Sanborn  Henry  M.,  clerk  with  James  Hutchison,  res  cor 

Telegraph  av  and  Bay  pi 
Sanborn  John,  res  623  Third 
Sanborn  J.  L.,  laborer  W  D  Co 
Sanborn  Thomas  C,  stock  broker  (S  F)  res  W  s  Adeline  bet 

Tenth  and  Twelfth,  W  O 
Sand  Anton  M.,  laborer,  res  foot  Division,  W  O 
Sand  Ludwig,  apprentice  with  Miley  &  Laage,  res  Union 

Flag  Hotel 
Sander  Henry  W.,  student  University 
Sander  Peter  F.  C,  student  University 
Sanders  George,  painter  with  How  &  Doolittle,  res  Brown 

nr  Telegraph  av 
Sanders  James,  bookkeeper,  res  863  Clay 
Sanders  James  H.,  upholsterer  with  E.   Hook,   res  W  s 

Grove  nr  Twentieth 
Sanders  John,  painter,  res  S  s  Forty-fifth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Sanders  — ,  tailor,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Sanderson  Catherine  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Railroad  av  bet  Chester 

and  Henry 
Sanderson  Gabriel,  teamster  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe 
Sanderson  Henry  E.,  student  University 
Sanderson  R.,  helper  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Sanderson  William,  barber,  res  S  s  Railroad  av  bet  Chester 

and  Henry 
Sanderson  William,  porter  C  P  R  R 
Sanderson  William  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Ninth  and  Jackson 
Sandford  Frank,  laborer  with  Taylor  &  Co,  res  S  s  Third 

bet  Castro  and  Grove 
Sands  George,  res  SW  cor  Seventeenth  and  Franklin 
Sands  George  H.,  driver  Peoples'  Express,  857  Broadway 
SANFORD  EDMUND  P.  (Sanford,  Kelsey  &  Co.)  resNW 

cor  Thirteenth  and  Clay 
Sanford  George  B.,  colonel  USA,  res  NW  cor  Clay  and 

Fifteenth 
SANFORD,  KELSEY  &  CO.   (Edmund  P.  Sanford,  Noah 

Kelsey  and  George  B.  Flint)  drugs  and  medicines,  971 

Broadway  cor  Tenth 
Sanford  O.  M.,  tinsmith  with  James  Dakiel,  res  Eighth  bet 

Broadway  and  Washington 
Santini  John,  brakesman  C  P  R  R,  res  East  Thirteenth  bet 

11th  and  12th  avs 
Santos  Eugene,  laborer,  res  N  s  Bristol  nr  Seventh,  W  B 

Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broad-way 


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OAKLAND    [  g  ]   DIRECTORY.  339 

Santos  M.  E.,  widow,  res  S  s  Brown  nr  Telegraph  av 
Sargent  J.  L.,  farmer,  res  W  s  13th  av  bet  East  Fifteenth 

and  East  Sixteenth  0 

SARPY,  BARSTOW  &  CO.  (O.  Sarpy,  S.  Barstow  and  M.     S" 

C.  Garber)  hay,  feed,  flour  and  grain,  423-425  Eleventh     ft 
Sarpy  J.  B.  O.,  bookkeeper  with  Sarpy,  Barstow  &  Co.,  res  I 

460  Third 
SARPY  OSCAR  (Sarpy,  Barstow  &  Co.)  res  460  Third 
Sather  Peder,  banker  (S  F)  res  N  s  Twelfth  bet  Castro  and 

Grove 
Satterlee  George  A.,   bookkeeper  with  W.  S.  Murphy,  res 

Washington  Hotel  * 

Saufley  R.  C,  clerk  (S  F)  res  N  s  Division  nr  Wood,  WO        § 
Saul  Peter,  stableman,  res  N  s  East  Eighteenth  bet  13th  and  j  - 

14th  avs 
Saunders  John,  tailor  with  M.  J.  Healy,  res  Golden  Star 

Hotel 
Sauvain  August,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  SW  cor  Ninth  and 

Kirkham,  W  O 
Savage  Henry  M.,  student  University 

Save  Philip,  laborer,  res  SE  cor  Thirteenth  and  Peralta,  W  O 
Sawtelle   David,    salesman  with    Christian   Schreiber,    res 

Franklin  nr  Durant 
Sawyer  S.  N.,  carpenter,  res  Mansion  House,  E  0 
Sayer  Edward  J.,  saloon  and  res  cor  Thirty-ninth  and  Tele- 
graph av 
Scanlan  James,  laborer,  res  Central  House 
Scanlon  Ann  Mrs.,  groceries  and  liquors,  store  and  res  NW 

cor  Market  and  Fourth 
Scannel  John,  janitor  North  Hall  University,  Berkeley 
Scatch  William,  wheelwright,  res  S  s  East  Thirty-fourth  nr 

13th  av,  E  O 
Schaefer  A.  B.  &  Co.,  German  Bakery,  470  Ninth 
Schafer  A.  B.,  merchant,  res  812  Har-rison 
Schaffer  Catherine,  widow,  res  NE  cor  Chester  and  Third 
SCHAFFER  LOUIS,  butcher,  819  Broadway,  res  555  Sixth 
Schaffner  F.,  proprietor  Mechanics'  Home,  403  Ninth 
Schall  Maria,  domestic,  NW  cor  7th  av  and  East  Seventeenth 
Schaub  Theodore,   clerk  with  Pearson  &   Curtis,  res  cor 

Eighth  and  Willow,  W  O 
Schauber  Fred.,  res  666  Sixth 
Scheidecker  John,  carpenter,  res  926  Filbert 
SCHEIDING  HENRY,  wines  and  liquors,  saloon  and  res 

SW  cor  16th  av  and  East  Twelfth 
Schellhaas   H.,   new   and   second-hand   furniture,  406-408 

Eleventh,  res  Blake  House 


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Schermer  H.,  physician,  res  Jefferson  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth 
Schieffer  Charles  H.,  leather  (S  F)  res  Chestnut  bet  Tenth 

and  Twelfth    . 
Schielke  Hermann,   cabinetmaker   with  P.    Schreiber,    res 

Chestnut  bet  Thirty-second  and  Thirty-third 
Schimmelpfennig  F.,  dry  goods,  762  East  Twelfth,  res  758 

East  Twelfth 
Schimmelpfennig  F.  jr.,  tinware,  gasfitting  and  plumbing, 

773  East  Twelfth 
SCHIMMELPFENNIG'S   HALL,  East  Twelfth  bet  15th 

and  16th  avs 
Schiveley  E.  M.  Mrs.,  res  SW  cor  Third  and  Brush 
Schley  Lizzie  Miss,  res  1069  Fourteenth  av 
Schlotzhauer  Paul,  saloon,  482  Eighth 
Schluter  D.,  shipwright,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House, 

WO 
Schluter  Eudolph,   barkeeper  with  H.  Drucker,  res   1057 

Thirteenth  av 
Schly  Charles,  res  769  East  Twelfth 
Schmidt  Christian,  butcher,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Tem- 

escal  Creek 
Schmidt  Emma,  domestic,  725  Eighth 
Schmidt  Helmer,  res  751  East  Fourteenth 
Schmidt  J.  B.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Market  and 

West 
Schmidt  John,  barkeeper  with  Heyer  &  Paul 
Schmidt  Joseph,  brewer  Brooklyn  Brewery,  res  SW  cor  18th 

av  and  East  Fourteenth 
Schmidt  Julia,  domestic,  W  s  Linden  nr  Tenth 
Schmidt  Richard,  clerk  with   S.   Splivalo  &  Co.,  res  701 

Washington 
Schmidt  Carl  (Wiemeyer,  Schutt  &  Schmidt)  res  Sacramento 

City 
Schmidt  W.  J.,  baker  with  Wise  &  Umlauff,  res  707  Bdwy 
Schmidt  A.  J.,  Oakland  Basket  Factory,  962  Broadway,  res 

964  Broadway 
SCHNEIDER  CONRAD,  propr  Union  Hotel,  NW  cor  13th 

av  and  Twelfth,  E  O 
Schneider  Frederick,  cabinetmaker,  res  1073  Fourteenth  av 
Schneider  Frederick  A.,  doormaker  Pioneer  Planing  Mills, 

res  Second  bet  Jefferson  and  Grove 
Schneider  John,   carpenter,  res  East  7th  av  bet  East  Six- 
teenth and  East  Seventeenth 
Schneider  L.,  tailor,  shop  and  res  380  East  Twelfth 
Schneily  Joseph,   machinist  (S  F)  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Cen- 
ter, WO 

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OAKLAND     [  S  ]   DIRECTORY.  341 

Schnelle  Charles,  farmer,  res  N  s  University  av  nr  Tenth 

Schoen  Paul,  piano  tuner,  res  S  s  Logan  nr  Telegraph  av 

Schoenfelder  William,  patternmaker  W  D  Co 

SCHOLL  C.  F.  (John  &  Scholl)  res  S  s  Ninth  nr  Chester, 
WO 

Scholle  Albert  W.,  student  University 

Schofield  R.  D.,  salesman  with  Ghirardelli  &  Petar,  res  cor 
Fourteenth  and  Franklin 

Schrader  Adolph,  fresco  painter,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  bet 
San  Pablo  and  Telegraph  avs 

Schreck  E.  A.,  clerk  with  F.  S.  Page,  res  122  Eleventh 

Schreiber  Antonio,  widow,  res  8  s  Atlantic  bet  Wood  and 
Pine,  W  O 

Schreiber  August,  regalias,  res  E  s  13th  av  nr  East  Twenty- 
third 

Schreiber  Charles,  with  Philip  Schreiber,  res  Sunnyside 
House 

SCHREIBER  CHRISTIAN,  Oakland  Furniture  Warerooms, 
1105-1107  Broadway,  res  1132  Linden 

Schreiber  J.  jr.,  bookkeeper  with  Philip  Schreiber,  res  Sixth 
bet  Chester  and  Henry 

Schrieber  Louis,  upholsterer,  res  412  First 

SCHREIBER  PHILIP,  furniture  and  bedding,  1064-1066 
Broadway,  res  E  s  Wood  nr  Atlantic,  W  O 

Schrieber  Christian,  candy  manufacturer  (S  F)  res  N  s  Lin- 
coln nr  Willow,  W  O 

Schrieber  Jacob,  bookkeeper,  res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Chester  and 
Henry 

Schroeder  C.  W.,  painter,  834  Broadway 

Schromer  Hermann,  laborer  with  G.  J.  Hood,  res  421  East 
Twelfth 

Schubart  Paul,  barber  with  E.  Mosca,  res  659  Jefferson 

Schuh  Kobert,  waiter  with  Jacob  Rieble,  res  S  s  Sixth  bet 
Washington  and  Broadway 

Schuler  August,  carriage  trimmer  (S  F)  S  s  Lincoln  nr  Wil- 
low, WO  - 

Schuler  Ernst,  tin,  copper  and  sheet-iron  worker,  N  s  Sev- 
enth bet  Wood  and  Willow,  res  N  s  Seward  bet  Wood 
and  Pine,  W  O 

Schuler  Jacob,  groceries  and  liquors,  842  Webster,  res  319 
Seventh 

Schuller  Andrew,  mining,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Plymouth 
av 

Schuller  Louise,  domestic,  N  s  Edward  nr  Telegraph  av 

Schultheis  Peter,  hostler  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av  K  R, 
res  cor  Forty-fourth  and  Telegraph  av 


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342  OAKLAND    [  S  ]   DIRECTORY. 

Schultz  D.  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  473  East  Twelfth 
SCHULTZ  JACOB,   proprietor  Ealston    Market,    SE   cor 

Eighth  and  Washington,  res  519  Eighth 
Schultz  William,  farmer,  res  W  s  Park  bet  Alameda  and  East 

Oakland 
Schunck  Henry,  wines  and  liquors,  saloon  and  res  675  East 

Twelfth 
Schunhoff  B.  F.,  drugs  and  medicines,  462  Seventh 
Schutt  Alonzo,  butcher,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  N  Temescal 
SCHUTT  AUGUST  M.  (Wiemeyer,  Schutt  &  Schmitt)  res 

520  Ninth 
Schwab  Charles,  clerk  with  J.  Greenhood,  res  567  Seventh 
Schwab  Michael,  varnisher,  res  709  East  Twelfth 
Schwab  Peter,  machinist  CPEE,  res  William  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar,  W  O 
Schwagermann  F.,  fruit  and  confectionery,  963  Franklin 
Schwagers  Conrad,  butcher  with  August  Grabs,  res  Soracco 

House,  W  0 
Schwarting  F., bookkeeper,  res  466  Third 
Schwartz  John,  car  cleaner  CPEE 
Schwartz  Nicholas,  molder,  res  N  s  Third  bet  Filbert  and 

Linden 
Schwartz  William  B.,  engraver,  res  569  Eighth 
Schwater  Jacob,  laborer,  W  s  College  av  one-half  mile  S 

Asylum,  Berkeley 
Schwetter  John,  cabinetmaker  with  E.  Hook 
Scofield  B.  B.,  porter  CPEE 
Scotchler  James,  res  1014  Linden 
Scotchler  J.  B.  Mrs.,  res  228  Ninth 
Scotchler  J.  L.,  student  University 

Scotchler  John  J.  (Scotchler  <fe  Gibbs,  S  F)  res  1014  Linden 
Scott  Alfred  J.,  clerk,  res  618  Fifth 
Scott  Arthur  W.,  student  University 
Scott  Charles  H.,  whitener,  res  618  Fifth 
Scott  George,  plumber  with  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  Alta  House 
Scott  John,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Poplar  bet  Eighth  and  Tenth 
Scott  Julia,  doctress  and  midwife,  res  564  Seventh 
Scott  Lizzie  Miss,  res  564  Seventh 
Scott  M.  E.  Mrs.j  res  565  Second 
Scott  E.,  res  cor  Willow  and  Eighth,  W  0 
Scott  Thomas,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Scott  T.  L.,  brakeman  CPEE 
Scott    Walter,    student  res  W  s   Poplar  bet  Eighth    and 

Tenth,  W  O 
Scott  William,  engineer  C  P  E  E,  res  N  s  Eighth  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W  O 

Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


Drink  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.    Agency,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND    [g]    DIRECTORY.  343 

Scott  Winfield  Rev.,  res  953  Castro 

Scoville  C.  A.,  helper  Oakland  Planing  Mills 

Scoville  Ives  (Ives  Scoville  &  Co.)  res  N  s  Atlantic  bet  Pine 
and  Cedar,  W  O 

Scovill  Ives  &  Co.  (Ives  Scoville  and  E.  A.  Hersey)  propri- 
etors Oakland  Iron  Works,  511-513  Second 

SCRIBNER  GEORGE  W.,  butcher  8-10  City  Market,  res 
161  Third 

Scribner  Walter  D.,  clerk  withG.  W.  Scribner,  res  161  Third 

Scruggs  T.  B.,  tinsmith,  res  166  Seventh 

Sculley  Patrick,  res  619  Sixth 

Scully  Catherine,  nurse,  cor  Laurel  and  Telegraph  av 

Scully  Marie,  chambermaid  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Scully  Patrick,  hostler  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

Seaburg  Minnie,  cook,  cor  Merrimac  and  Broadway 

Seal  Alfred  H.,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Eighth  bet  Peralta 
and  Willow,  W  O 

Seal  C.  J.,  laborer*W  D  Co,  res  1709  Eighth,  W  O 

Seamond  Zenos  A.,  carpenter,  res  527  Seventh 

Searell  Allen,  miller  with  Weston  &  Welch,  res  Union  Hotel 

Searing  William  S.,  wines  and  liquors,  849  Broadway,  res 
SE  cor  Ninth  and  Clay 

Searle  Eliza  Miss,  teacher  music,  languages  and  drawing, 
res  Berkeley  Farm  House,  Berkeley 

Searle  Thomas  'R.,  proprietor  Berkeley  Farm  House,  W  s 
Daney  nr  University  Grounds,  Berkeley 

Searls  Fred,  student  University 

Sears  Charles  E.,  clerk  with  Strickland  &  Co.,  res  N  s  Sev- 
enteenth bet  Clay  and  Jefferson 

Sears  E.  H.,  instructor  Latin  and  Greek,  University 

Sears  Herman  B.,  merchant,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Jef- 
ferson 

Sears  Joseph  R.,  mining,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Jefferson 

Sears  O.  B.,  master  mariner,  res  E  s  12th  av  bet  East  Six- 
teenth and  East  Seventeenth 

Sears  William,  painter,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Center  W  O 

Seaver  P.  R.,  cook  with  Chris  Bauder  &  Co 

Seaward  Horatio,  clerk  with  C.  R.  Lewis  &  Co.,  res  812 
Eighth 

Sedan  Louise  Miss,  res  814  Third 

Sedenger  Joseph,  res  720  Fourth 

Sedgley  Abner,  contractor  and  builder,  res  223  Tenth 

Seeglitz  August,  barber  with  F.  W.  Seeglitz,  res  W  s  Grove 
bet  Sixth  and  Seventh 

Seeglitz  Fred  W.,  barber  and  baths,  867  Broadway,  res  W  s 
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Seib  Charles  T.,  painter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
Seibt  Gustav,  blacksmith  with  King  &  Williams,  res  1054 

Franklin 
Seiler  Jacob,  painter,  res  W  s  West  nr  Twenty-eighth 
Seiler  Sophia  Mrs.,  res  265  Ninth 

Seitz  Jacob,  carriagemaker  with  Henry  Ollis,  res  807  Har- 
rison 
Selfridge  James  M.,  physician  and  surgeon,  1068  Broadway, 

res  760  Fourteenth 
Selna  A.  (Camiloni  &  Co.)  res  Fifteenth  bet  Franklin  and 

Broadway 
SELNA    LEOPOLD,   proprietor  Becht's   Saloon,    SE   cor 

Eleventh  and  Broadway,  res  516  Eighth 
Selway  B.  J.,  painter,  res  856  Clay 
Semord  Joseph,  stableman  Tubbs  Hotel 
Senram  Dora,  domestic,  1005  Washington 
Senram  Frederick,  boots  and  shoes,  963  Broadway,  res  317 

Eleventh 
Serda  L.,  assistant  pastor  Church  of  the  Immaculate  Con- 
ception, res  860  Seventh 
SESSIONS  E.  C,  president  The  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings, 

915  Broadway  and  capitalist,  462  Eighth,  res  NW  cor 

Eighth  and  Market 
Sessions  John  Bev,,  res  709  Tenth 
Sessions  Josiah,  farmer,  res  SE  cor  East  Nineteenth  and  7th 

av 
Sessions  J.  W.,  notary  public,  462  Eighth,  res  709  Tenth 
Sevrens  Millie  Miss,  saleswoman  with  John  I.  Tay,  res  SE 

cor  Brush  and  Eleventh 
Sewell  George,  grainer,  res  NE  cor  West  Fifth  and  Henry 
Sexton  Patrick,  plasterer,  res  864  Washington 
Seyd  Otto,  music  teacher  Mills'  Seminary 
Seymour  Martin,  bronzer  with  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  Ninth 

bet  Broadway  and  Franklin 
Sexton  H.  P.  Mrs.,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  754  Bryant, 

SF 
Sexton  Maiy  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Nineteenth  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Sexton  Warren,  student  University 
Shade  Joseph  W.,  band  sawyer  Brooklyn  Planing  Mill 
Shafer  Peter,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Forty-fourth  nr  Telegraph 

av 
SHAKESPEAR  &  WALTER   (David  Shakespear  and  W. 

A.  Walter)  wholesale  dealers  wood  and  coal,  413-421 

Eleventh 
SHAKESPEAR  DAVID  (Shakespear  &  Walter)  res  1020 

Linden 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


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OAKLAND    [£}]    DIRECTORY.  345 


Shambo  Edward,  blacksmith,  res  Central  House 

Bhang  E.  <fc  Co.  (Chinese)  laundry,  N  s  East  Fourteenth  bet 

19th  and  20th  avs 
Shankland  James  H.,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  E  s  Wood  nr 

Twelfth,  W  O 
Shanklin  James  W.,  land  agent  University  of  California  (S  F) 

res  1009  Madison 
Shanley  W.  J.,  teamster  with   Freeman   &   Jaffe,    res   855 

Franklin 
Shannon  Michael,  blacksmith  with  Michael   Sullivan,  res 

Eastern  Hotel 
Shannon  William,   manager  with  Johnson  &  Downing,   res 

561  Fifth 
Sharkey  Patrick,  laborer  Oakland  Lumber  Yard 
Sharp  Charles,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Sharp  I.  N.  Mrs.,  res  424  Twelfth 
Sharp  Jacob  H.,  student  University 
Sharp  John,  merchant,  res  37  Valley 
Sharpe  Albert  J.,  upholsterer  with  F.  Barker,  res  Clay  bet 

Fifth  and  Sixth 
Shattuck  &  Hillegass   (Francis  K.   Shattuck   and  William 

Hillegass)  livery  stable  stable,  457  Eighth 
Shattuck  Frank  K.  (Shattuck  ct  Hillegass)  res  W  s  Shattuck 

av  nr  University  av,  Berkeley 
Shattuck  M.  A.  Miss,  teacher,  res  Blake  House 
Shaw  A   C.  B.,  farmer,   res  X  s  University  av,   1  mile  from 

Landing,  W  B 
Shaw  George,  bottler,  res  S  s  Seventh  nr  Market 
Shaw  James,  carpenter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hall,  W  O 
Shaw  James,  engineer,  res  S  s  East  Twelfth  nr  21st  av,  E  O 
Shaw  Joshua,  res  N  s  University  av,   1  mile  from  Landing, 

WB 
Shaw  Leander  J.,  carpenter,  res  cor  Thirtieth  and  Magnolia 
Shaw  Louis  J.,  well  borer,  res  Park  House,  W  B 
Shaw  M.  E.,  boarding,  1160  Alice 
Shaw  William  B.,  student  University 
Shay  Henry,  res  Mansion  House,  E  0 
Shay  John,  carpenter,  res  cor  Sixteenth  and  Center,  W  O 
Shay  Thomas,  laborer  CPEE,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
Shea  James,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Shean  John,  laborer  W  D  Co 

Shearer  Albert  N.,  res  N  s  Eighteenth  bet  Brush  and  Castro 
Shearer  Lewis,   atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  N  s  Eighteenth  bet' 

Brush  and  Castro 
Shearer  Sextus,  atty-at-law,  Union  Bank  Building,  res  W  s 

Valley  bet  Twenty-third  and  Twenty-fourth 


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Sheay  James,  laborer,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 

Sheay  Thomas,  laborer,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  0 

SHEEDY  J.  (Madden  &  Sheedy)  1214  Broadway 

Sheehan  Eugene  J.,  student  University 

Sheehan  John,  coppersmith  CPEK,  res  1001  Franklin 

Sheehan  John  A.,  student  University 

Sheehan  Michael,  laborer  Oakland  Gas  Co.,  res  13th  av  nr 
East  Thirteenth 

Sheehan  Patrick  R.,  house  painter,  res  461  Tenth 

Sheel  George,  bookkeper,  res  467  Tenth 

Sheffield  Charles  M.,  student  University 

Shehan  John  H.,  driver  Brooklyn  and  Fruit  Vale  R  R,  res 
418  East  Eleventh 

Sheldon  — ,  shipjoiner,  res  N  s  William  bet  Wood  and  Pine, 
WO 

SHELLMOUND  PARK,  Edward  Wiard  proprietor,  W  s 
Temescal  creek,  one  mile  W  from  Temescal,  nr  race  track 

Shelly  Ella  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  res  962  Grove 

Shelly  W.  W.,  foreman  with  Mark  McKimmons,  res  N  s 
Fifth  bet  Washington  and  Clay 

Shepard  Ann  A.  Mrs.,  res  SW  cor  East  Twelfth  and  13th  av 

Shepard  J.  L.  N.,  S.  F.  Chemical  Works,  res  W  s  San  Pab- 
lo av  nr  Temescal  creek 

Shepardson  Clark,  res  NW  cor  Tenth  and  Grove 

Shephard  Thomas  F.  jr.,  clerk,  res  507  East  Fourteenth 

Shepherd  John,  farmer,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Grove 

Shepherd  Mary,  domestic,  S  s  Caledonia  av  nr  Grove 

Shepman  William  E.,  silver  plater  (S  F)  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr 
Campbell,  W  O 

SHERIFF  ALAMEDA  COUNTY,  Henry  N.  Morse,  Coun- 
ty Court  House,  room  8 

Sherman  Calvin,  carpenter,  res  E  s  East  Eighth  av  bet  East 
Sixteenth  and  East  Seventeenth 

Sherman  Charles,  res  617  Ninth 

Sherman  David  S.,  assayer  U  S  Mint  (S  F)  res  NE  cor  Six- 
teenth and  Grove 

Sherman  George  E.,  Health  Officer,  physician  and  surgeon, 
1055  Broadway,  res  566  Tenth 

Sherman  Julia  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  Grammar  School,  res 
617  Ninth 

Sherman  Philip,  house  mover,  res  W  s  West  nr  Twenty- 
first 

Sherman  William,  assistant  U.  S.  treasurer  (S  F)  res  620 
Fourteenth 

Shermer  H.,  physician,  res  803  Jefferson 

Sherow  George  W.,  waiter  Railroad  Exchange  Hotel 


Try  Stephen  Smith's  system  of  collecting  Rents,  917  Broad-way 


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Sherrott  Edward,  variety  store  and  res  807  Broadway 
Sherry  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  Twenty-sixth  nr  Grove 
Sherval  J.  W.,  laborer  with  A.  H.  Southwick,  res  Twenty- 
first  bet  Market  and  Curtis 
Shevlin  P.,  waiter  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Shevlin  Thomas,  laborer  W  D  Co 
Sherwin  Thomas,  clerk,  res  1061  Grove 
Sherwin  William  F.,  machinist  California  Watch  Co,  res  E 

s  Sixth  nr  Delaware,  W  B 
Sherwood  William  R.,  student  University 
Shields  James  H.,  compositor  Post  (S  F)  res  469  Tenth 
Shields  Jerry,  laborer  CPER,  res  West  and  Twenty-first 
Shields  John,  res  424  Twelfth 
Shillaber  Theodore,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Shing  Lee,  Chinese  laundry,  Spring  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Shinn  Annie  H.,  student  University 
Shinn  Milicent  W.,  student  University 
Shipley  Frank  C,  clerk  with  Olney  &  Co.,  res  960  Clay 
Shirley  William  D.,  res  SE  cor  East  Eleventh  and  9th  av 
Shney  I.,  student  University 
Shoemaker  Nicholas,  res  Fruit  Vale  av 
Sholes  J.  C.  Mrs.,  res  NE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Webster 
Shore  —  Mrs.,  res  SW  cor  Fifth  and  Myrtle 
Shorey  Albert,  policeman,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Clay  and 

Jefferson 
Shorkley  Allan,  salesman  with  James  Dalziel,  res  Eighteenth 

bet  Brush  and  West 
Shorkley  H.  B.  Mrs.,  teacher  Irving  Grammar  School,  res 

Eighteenth  nr  West 
Short  — ,  carpenter,   res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  12th  and 

13th  avs 
Shortell  Thomas  C,  salesman,  res  765  Jackson 
Shrader  Louis  C,  scroll  sawyer,  res  Railroad  Exchange,  WO 
Shu  Wo,  Chinese  laundry,  cor  Twentieth  and  Telegraph  av 
Shultz  Elizabeth,  boarding  house,  519  Eighth 
Shun  Lee,  Chinese  laundry,  Bailroad  av  bet  Cedar  and  Pine, 

WO 
Shurvell  John  W.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Twenty-first  nr  Curtis 
Sidden  J.  S.,  mill  hand  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  533  Second 
Sieber  William  E.,  teacher  California  Military  Academy 
Sieburg  David,  carpenter  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Siegel  Sarah,  seamstress,  res  NW  cor  Twelfth  and  Broadway 
Siesbuttel  D.,  machinist  and  modelmaker,  shop  and  res  364 

Ninth 
SIGNS  OF  THE  TIMES,  James  White  editor,  office  NW 

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Silberberg  Louis,  clerk  with  J.  Letter,  res  SW  cor  Eleventh 
and  Clay 

Silberberg  S.  Mrs.,  millinery  and  fancy  goods,  store  and  res 
618  East  Twelfth 

Silberberg  Solomon,  res  618  East  Twelfth 

Sill  Edward  Roland,  professor  University,  res  Ws  Bushnell 
nr  University  av,  Berkeley 

Silva  John,  res  824  East  Fourteenth 

Silva  John,  barber,  shop  and  res  627  East  Twelfth 

Silva  John,  laborer,  res  S  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  13th  and  14th 
avs 

Silva  John,  packer  with  Weston  &  Welch 

Silva  Manuel,  res  869  East  Fifteenth 

Silva  Matthew,  laborer,  res  S  s  East  Seventeenth  bet  13th 
and  14th  avs 

Silva  Frank,  res  W  s  Campbell  bet  Atlantic  and  Pacific,  E  O 

Silver  Matthew,  bridgeman  CPEE;  Broadway  wharf 

Silvea  Francisco,  laborer,  res  N  s  Bristol  nr  Seventh,  W  B 

Simmonds  Mandervill,  carriage  painter,  res  S  s  Twenty-first 
nr  Broadway 

Simmons  Andrew  J.,  mining,  res  SW  cor  Nineteenth  and 
Telegraph  av 

Simmons  Conrad,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  Seward  and  Wil- 
low, W  O 

Simmons  Etta  Miss,  telegraph  operator  Grand  Central  Hotel, 
res  323  Eleventh 

Simmons  Harvey  B.,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  E  s  Henry  bet 
West  Fifth  and  Seventh 

Simmons  M.,  foreman  with  Taylor  &  Co.,  res  Eureka  Hotel 

Simmons  Minnie.,  res  669  Fifth 

Simmons  Orrin,  res  277  Second 

Simmons  Thomas  F.,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  SW  cor 
Fifth  and  Filbert 

Simms  Jacob,  horse  jockey,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 

SIMON  &  BECK  (Joseph  Simon  and  William  Beck)  pro- 
prietors Zimmerman's  Gardens,  NE  cor  Second  and 
Harrison 

Simon  Gustav,  tailor,  834  Broadway 

SIMON  JOSEPH  (Simon  &  Beck)  res  652  Harrison 

Simonds  George,  gardener,  res  S  s  Third  bet  Market  and 
Myrtle 

Simons  H.  A.  Mrs.,  res  362  Tenth 

Simons  Livingston,  laborer  with  Palmer  &  Cole,  res  Me- 
chanics' Home 

Simonson  Simon,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Railroad  av  nr 
Cedar,  W  O 


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Sims  Jennie  H.  Miss,  res  S  s  Frederick  nr  Telegraph  av 

Sims  S.  T.  Mrs.,  res  316  Tenth 

Simpson  Albert,  shipwright,  res  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Wood  and 
Pine,  W  O 

Simpson  A.  M.,  lumber  (S  F)  res  SW  cor  Grove  and  Six- 
teenth 

Simpson  Frank,  carpenter,  res  861  Washington 

Simpson  Jacob,  carpenter,  res  749  East  Twelfth 

Simpson  John,  expressman,  res  416  First 

Simpson  John  B.,  carpenter,  res  764  Fifth 

Simpson  Joseph  Cairn,  journalist,  res  W  s  San 'Pablo  av  nr 
junction 

Simpson  Sarah,  domestic,  cor  Broadway  and  Merrimac 

Simpson  Thomas  B.,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Charter 

Simpson  Thomas  J.,  farmer,  res  W  s  College  av  one-half 
mile  S  Asylum,  Berkeley 

Sinclair  A.  G.,  collector  CPKR  steamers,  res  W  s  Myrtle 
nr  Seventh 

Sinclair  Harry,  waiter  Union  Hotel 

Sing  Chung  Lung  (Chinese)  laundry,  319  East  Twelfth 

Sing  Lee  (Chinese)  laundry  cor  Seventh  and  West 

Sing  Kee  (Chinese)  laundry,  cor  Fifty-fourth  and  Telegraph 
av 

Sing  Wang  (Chinese)  laundry,  718  Myrtle 

Singen  Edward,  laborer,  res  N  s  Lydia  nr  West 

Singen  John,  res  Market  nr  Twenty-second 

Singleton  James,  stableman  Tubbs'  Hotel 

Singon  Nellie,  domestic,  1113  Washington 

Sinkwitz  Gus.,  barkeeper  Becht's  Saloon,  res  1054  Bdwy 

Sinram  Frank  H.,  farmer,  res  SE  cor  Fourteenth  and  Wood, 
WO 

Sisterna  Philip,  proprietor  San  Francisco  and  Berkeley  Ex- 
press, res  cor  Fifth  and  Addison,  Berkeley 

Sizer  Samuel  E.,  searcher  of  records,  803  Broadway,  res 
East  Oakland 

Ska  Charles,  upholsterer,  res  W  s  Center  nr  Tenth,  W  O 

Skedd  William,  carpenter  W  D  Co 

Skelton  M.  A.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  831  Franklin 

Skiles,  Henry  A.,  carpenter,  res  W  s  Henry  bet  First  and 
Third 

Skillin  Daniel  H.,  upholsterer,  res  403  Ninth 

Skinker  John,  agent  Dupont's  Powder  and  Winchester  Anns 
and  Eagle  Fuse  Co.  (S  F)  res  56  Seventh 

Skinner  I.  W,  fruit  and  vegetables,  712  Broadway,  res  828 
Jefferson 

Skinner  J.  A.,  foreman  pipe  shop  Contra  Costa  Water  Co 


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Skitch  William,  carriageniaker  with  Northey  &  McGrath 

Skivington  Peter,  res  1001  Franklin 

Skivington  Peter,  plasterer,  res  468  Sixth 

Slack  Charles  W.,  student  University 

Slate  F.  jr.,  instructor  Chemistry,  University,  res  SE  cor 

Seventeenth  and  Grove 
SLATE  WALTER,  dealer  in  fur  goods  and  manufacturer 

sacques,  1013  Broadway,  res  SE  cor  Seventeenth  and 

Grove 
Slaten  Marion,  laborer,  res  E  s  11th  av  bet  East  Eleventh  and 

East  Twelfth 
Slater  William  W.,  asst  train  dispatcher  CPRR,  res  E  s 

Henry  nr  Seventh,  W  O 
Slater  W.  W.,  telegraph  operator,  res  NW  cor  Campbell  and 

William 
Slattery  James,   second  mate  steamer  El  Capitan,   res  S  s 

East  Sixteenth  bet  5th  and  6th  avs 
Slattery  Mary,  cook,  N  s  Eighth  bet  Adeline  and  Linden 
Sleigh  Thomas,  engineer,  res  cor  Second  and  University  av, 

WB 
Slessinger  Louis,  res  Kelsey  House 
Slevin  J.  E.,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Slicer  Charles  B.,  livery  and  sale  stable,  saloon  and  res 

609-615  Broadway 
Slicer  Hugh,  res  319  Third 
Sliser  Charles,  res  Bartlett  House 
Sloss  Leon,  student  University 
Small  Daniel  S.,  shipwright,  res  S  s  Bailroad  av  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W  O 
Small  J.  H.,  foreman  CPRE,  res  Campbell  bet  Chase  and 

Taylor,  W  O 

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Smallman  James  K.,    marble   polisher  Manhattan  Marble 

Co.,  res  415  East  Fourteenth 
Smart  George  R.,   steneil  cutter  (S  F)  res  NE  cor  Seven- 
teenth and  West 
Smasal  George,  teamster  with  Remillard  &  Bros. 
Smilie  Albert,  carpenter,  res  Bartlett  House 
Smilie  James,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Smilie  John,  bricklayer  and  plasterer,  res  Bartlett  House 
Smilie  Robert,  bricklayer,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
SMILOW  &  MeLAURIN  (H.   Smilow  and  Douglas  Mc- 

Laurin)  groceries  and  provisions,  379  Eleventh 
SMILOW  H.  (Smilow  &  McLaurin)  res  Temescal 
Smith  A.  F.,  horse  trainer  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Smith  xAlmond  B.,  res  NE  cor  Second  and  Market 
Smith  Alonzo  C,  hostler  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Smith  Andrew  D.,  insurance  agent  (S  F)  res  910  Myrtle  ■ 
Smith  A.  K.,  res  Tubbs'  Hotel 
Smith  Arthur,  teamster  with  E.  Surryhne  &  Co.,  res  NE  cor 

Pine  and  Kailroad  av,  W  O 
Smith  Arthur  K.,  groceries,  Broadway  bet  Fourteenth  and 

Fifteenth 
Smith  B.  F.,  res  E  s  Webster  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 
Smith  B.  K.,  res  456  Eighth 
Smith  Bros.   (Julius  and  Frank  Smith)  borax  refiners,  N  s 

First  bet  Castro  and  Brush 
Smith  Charles,  carpenter,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 
Smith  Charles  B.,  student  University 
Smith  Charles  F.,  butcher,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Twentieth 
Smith  Charles  H.,  butcher  with  J.  F.  Smith,  res  Ws  Brush 

nr  Seventeenth 
Smith  Charles  H.,  gents'  furnishing  goods,  953  Broadway, 

res  521  Third 
Smith  Christian,  laborer,  res  N  s  East  Fourteenth  nr  30th  av 
Smith  Daniel,  boarding  house,  N  s  Kailroad  av  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar,  W  O 
Smith  E.,  domestic,  E  s  Chester  nr  Ninth,  W  O 
Smith  Edwin,  carriagemaker,  908  Franklin,  res  523  Eighth 
Smith  Edwin  jr.,  engineer  CPEE,  res  E  s  Campbell  nr 

Railroad  av 
Smith  E.  H.  Mrs.,  res  503  Eleventh 
Smith  Eugene  L.,  watchmaker  California  Watch  Co.,  res 

Park  House,  W  B 
Smith  Floyd  F.,  horse  trainer,  res  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Smith  Francis  M.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Twenty-first  bet  Brush 

and  West 
Smith  Frank  (Smith  Bros.)  res  Teel  Marsh,  Nev. 

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Smith  Frederick,  laborer  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  cor 
Third  and  Jackson 

Smith  Frederick,  plumber  with  F.  Schimmelpfennig 

Smith  Frederick,  waiter  with  Chris.  Bauder  &  Co. 

Smith  Frederick,  wines  and  liquors,  NW  cor  Jackson  and 
Third 

Smith  Frederick  A.,  lumber  surveyor,  res  cor  Thirteenth  and 
Willow 

SMITH  G.  ESTABROOK,  real  estate  agent,  notary  public, 
searcher  of  records  and  conveyancer,  NW  cor  Broad- 
way and  Fifth,  res  NW  cor  Tenth  and  11th  av 

Smith  George,  laborer,  res  Central  House 

Smith  George  E.,  butcher,  Broadway  bet  Fourteenth  and 
Fifteenth,  res  cor  Twentieth  and  Grove 

Smith  George  O.,  machinist  Enterprise  Mills,  res  cor  Thir- 
ty-second and  Union 

Smith  George  K.,  caterer  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Smith  Georgia  Miss,  teacher  Irving  Grammar  School,  res 
Bay  place 

Smith  H.  A.  G.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Thirty-ninth  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Smith  Harlow  C,  solicitor,  res  520  Eighth 

Smith  Henry  L.,  salesman  (S  F)  res  E  s  Linden  nr  Tenth 

Smith  Henry  T.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Magnolia  and  Second 

Smith  H.  S.,  res  E  s  Brush  nr  Eleventh 

Smith  Hugh  A.,  joiner  Brooklyn  Planing  Mills,  res  13th  av 
bet  East  Sixteenth  and  East  Seventeenth 

Smith  I.  V.  B.,  carpenter,  res  cor  University  av  and  Second 

Smith  James,  painter,  res  1021  Franklin 

Smith  James,  pork  dealer,  res  963  Railroad  av 

Smith  James  R.,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  Second  and  Market 

SMITH  JAMES  R.,  proprietor  Overland  House,  NW  cor 
Broadway  and  First 

Smith  Jane,  widow,  res  E  s  13th  av  bet  East  Sixteenth  and 
East  Seventeenth 

Smith  John,  laborer,  res  E  s  13th  av  bet  East  Sixteenth  and 
East  Seventeenth 

Smith  John,  plasterer,  res  E  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Locust 

Smith  John,  ship  joiner,  res  Railroad  av  nr  Cedar,  W  O 

Smith  John  B.,  carpenter  W  D  Co 

Smith  John  B.,  flour  packer  with  Weston  &  Welch,  res  830 
East  Fourteenth 

SMITH  JOHN  F.,  butcher,  SW  cor  Brush  and  Seventeenth, 
res  Ws  Brush  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 

Smith  John  O'Neil,  carriage  manufacturer,  520  Seventh,  res 
518  Seventh 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


For  biliousness  drink  Eastern  Cider.     Gordon,  agt,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND     [g]    DIRECTORY.  353 

Smith  John  S.,  driver  Whitney  &  Co's  Express,  res  12G 

Eleventh 
Smith  John  T.,  stencil  cutter  (S  F)  res  NE  cor  Seventeenth 

and  West 
Smith  John  W.,  barber,  701  Broadway,  res  714  Broadway 
Smith  Joseph,  draughtsman  with  county  surveyor,  res  827 

Franklin 
SMITH  JOSEPH,  wines  and  liquors,  614  Broadway 
Smith  Joseph  B.,  butcher,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Twentieth 
Smith  Josiah  T.,  master  mariner,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet 

7th  and  8th  avs 
Smith  Julius  (Smith  Bros.)  res  Alice  nr  Lake  Merritt 
Smith  Leonard,  laborer  with  Taylor  &  Co.,  res  668  Franklin 
Smith  Maggie,  domestic,  1129  Myrtle 
Smith  Margaret,  lodgings,  477  Eighth 
SMITH  MARTIN  B.  (E.  Surryhne  &  Co.)  res  NE  cor  Pine 

and  Bailroad  av,  W  O 
Smith  M.  B.,  lumber  and  coal,  res  Bailroad  av  nr  Pine,  W  0 
Smith  O.  B.,  commission  merchant  (S  F)  res  608  Twelfth 
Smith  Oliver,  freight  agent  C  PEK,  res  W  s  Myrtle  nr 

Tenth 
Smith  Patrick,  laborer  W  D  Co,  res  William  bet  Pine  and 

Cedar,  W  O 
Smith  Peter,  cook  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Smith  Bichard,  res  701  Washington 
Smith  Bichard  B.,  student  University 
Smith  Bufus,  res  360  Eighth 
Smith  S.,  res  950  Filbert 

Smith  Sanford  E.,  clerk  with  C.  H.  Smith,  res  521  Third 
SMITH  STEPHEN   (successor  to   Smith  &  Mather)  real 

estate   and   insurance   agent  and  collector  rents,    917 

Broadway,  res  SE  cor  Filbert  and  Tenth 
Smith  Stephen  M.,  leather  and  findings,  res  E  s  Harrison 

bet  Fourteenth  and  Sixteenth 
Smith  Thomas,  res  329  Fifth 
Smith  Thomas  A.,  county  recorder,    office   Court  House, 

room  9,  res  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Fourth 
Smith  Timothy  B.,  engineer  C  P  B  B,  res  Alameda  Point 
Smith  Waterman,  capitalist,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Smith  W.  B.  (Earley,  Smith  &  Dailey)  res  Myrtle  bet  Twen- 
ty-eighth and  Thirtieth  . 
Smith  W.  B.  F.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Twenty-first  bet  Brush 

and  West 
Smith  Wilber  F.,  horse  trainer  Oakland  Tratting  Park 
Smith  William,  res  Central  Pacific  Bailroad  House,  W  O 
Smith  William,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 


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Smith  William,  dishwasher  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Smith  William,  laborer  with  Palmer  &  Cole 

Smith  William  B.,  clerk,  res  701  Franklin 

Smith  William  B.,  clerk  CPER,  res  W  s  Myrtle  nr  Tenth 

SMITH  WILLIAM   H.  (Cadogan,  Smith  &  Co.)  res  1068 

Broadway 
Smith  William  H.,  mining,  res  521  Third 
Smith  William  J.,  butcher,  res  W  s  Grove  nr  Twentieth 
Smith  W.  I.,  bookkeeper  with  Freeman  &  Jaffe,  res  SE  cor 

Webster  and  Seventh 
Smithlen  Frank,  carpenter,  res  665  Washington 
Smyth  J.  H.,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  W  s   San  Pablo  av  nr 

Temescal  Creek 
Smyth  Samuel,  furnished  rooms,  410  Tenth 
Smythe  Samuel,  carpenter  W  D  Co 
Sneath  F.  W.,  student  University 

Snider  Andrew,  merchant,  res  N  s  Division  nr  Pine,  W  0 
Snook  Louise  J.  Miss,  student  University 
Snook  William  S.  (G.  &  W.  Snook,  S  F)  res  N  s  Taylor  nr 

Willow,  W  O 
Snow  Carrie  E.  Miss,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  Jefferson 
Snow  Leander  O.,  driver  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av  K  E, 

res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Thirty-ninth 
Snow  William  H.,  cutter  with  J.  L.  Brooks  (S  F)  res  1091 

Third 
Snyder  A.  J.,   contractor,  res  E   s   San  Pablo   av,  North 

Temescal 
Snyder  Amos,  foreman  with  J.  Lusk  &  Co.,  res  cor  Evoy  av 

and  Lusk 
Snyder  Mary  Mrs.,  res  831  Seventh 
SOHST  BROS.  (J.    F.  W.    and  H.   J.    Sohst)   proprietors 

Pioneer  Carriage  Factory,  NE  cor  Eighth  and  Franklin 
SOHST  HENRY  J.  (Sohst  Bros.)  res  859  Webster 
SOHST  J.  F.  W.  (Sohst  Bros.)  res  859  Webster 
Solace  P.,  engineer  Tubbs  Hotel 
Solaro  Henry,  res  962  Third 
Solier  August,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Solina  August,  laborer,  res  480  Second 
Solina  John,  delivery  clerk  with  H.  W.  Barnes,  res  NE  cor 

Second  and  Washington 
Solinsky  Frank,  student  University 

Somers  D.  C.,  grocer  (S  F)  res  W  s  Kirkham  nr  Eighth, W  O 
Soper  Charles,  watchmaker  Cal  Watch  Co,  res  cor  Fourth 

and  University  av,  W  B 
SORACCO    HOUSE,    Frank   Lorber   proprietor,    NW  cor 

Bailroad  av  and  Pine,  W  O 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Eastern  Cider  Company,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND    [  S  ]    DIRECTORY.  355 

Sorensen  J.  P.,  confectioner  with  Bruning  Bros.,  res  833 
Broadway 

Sorensen  G.,  millhand  Grove-st  Planing  Mill,  res  665  Third 

Sorensen   Peter,    laborer  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,    res   cor 
Franklin  and  Third 

Souffrain  James,  cook  with  M.  G.  Morse,  res  cor  Twenty- 
first  and  Curtis 

Soule'  Frank  jr.,  professor  civil  engineering  and  astronomy 
University,  res  226  Ninth 

SOULE  JOSEPH  T.,  contractor,  res  N  s  Golden  Gate  av 
foot  hills,  Berkeley 

Soule'  William  F.,  student  University 

SOUTHWICK  A.  H.,  general  traveling  agent  Turbine  Wind- 
mill Co.,  res  NW  cor  Fifteenth  and  West 

Spafford  James  M.  (Feusier  &  Spafford,  S  F)  res  NW  cor 
East  Eighteenth  and  11th  av 

Spaulding  &  Bobbins  (Mrs.  R.  J.  Spaulding  and  Miss  Emma 
Bobbins)  Oakland  Glove  Factory,  468  Twelfth 

Spaulding  Julia  A.  Miss,  res  NW  cor  8th  av  and  East  Sev- 
enteenth 

Spaulding  N.  W.,  saw  manufacturer  (S  F)  res  E  s  Madison 
bet  Ninth  and  Tenth 

Spaulding  R.  J.  Mrs.  (Spaulding  &  Bobbins)  res  468  Twelfth 

Spear  John  I.  (Hickox  &  Spear,  S  F)  res  SW  cor  Twelfth 
and  Oak 

Spear  Thomas  R.,  painter  with  Farwell  &  Garrigan,  res  S  s 
Cleveland  av  nr  Telegraph  av 

Spear  William  N.,  letter  carrier,  res  325  Second 

Speer  Charles,  plasterer,  res  563  Eleventh 

Spelling  Christian,  gardener,  res  317  Eleventh 

Spellman  Susie,  nurse,  N  s  Eleventh  nr  Center 

Spellman  Thomas,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Center,  W  0 

Spence  W.  G.  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  471  Ninth 

Spence  William  G.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Ninth  nr  Washington 

Spencer  Benjamin,  carpenter,  res  814  Third 

Spencer  George  W.,  expressman,  res  N  s  Eighth  bet  Center 
and  Kirkham,  W  O 

Spencer  H.  J.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill 

Spencer  James,  machinist,  res  West  End  Hotel 

Spencer  John,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  463  Seventh,  res  W  s 
San  Pablo  av  bet  Twenty -fourth  and  Twenty-fifth 

Spencer  Kate  S.  Miss,  music  teacher  Mills  Seminary 

Spencer  Margaret  Mrs.,  milliner,  323  Twelfth 

Sperry  Austin,   mill  owner,   121  California  (S  F)  res  The 
Centennial 

Sperry  Frank,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Grove  nr  Fifteenth 


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356  OAKLAND     [  S  ]    DIRECTORY. 

Spiars  Frank  (Campbell  &  Spiars)  res  NE  cor  Eleventh  and 

Broadway 
Spires  Annie  Mrs.,  lodging  house,  1054  Broadway 
SPLTVALO  S.  &  CO.  (S.  Splivalo)  groceries  and  provisions 

and  importers  fine  groceries,  wines  and  liquors,    329 

Twelfth 
SPLIVALO  STEPHEN  (Splivalo  &  Co)  res  Grand  Central 

Hotel 
Sprague  George  W.  carpenter,  res  167  Third 
Spreckels  Henry,  laborer,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal 
Springer  Ransome,  salesman  (S  F)  res  S  s  Taylor  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  WO 
Springston  Jefferson,  carpenter,  res  507  East  Fourteenth 
Sprinkle  John  C,  carpenter,  res  N  s  East  Sixteeenth  bet 

7th  and  8th  avs 
Sproule  Andrew,  res  373  Second 
Sproule   Catharine,  fancy  and   dry  goods,    Broadway  bet 

Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 
Sproule   Charlotte,    fancy  and  dry  goods,    Broadway  bet 

Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 
Sproule  S.  J.,  fancy  and  dry  goods,  Broadway  bet  Four- 
teenth and  Fifteenth 
Spruance  John,  liquors  (S  F)  res  907  Clay 
Squire  O.  D.,  bookkeeper,  res  468  East  Eleventh 
Squiers  Amie,    domestic,  cor   Chapel   and  University  av, 

Berkeley 
St.  Anthony's  Church  (Catholic)  Rev.  Wm.  Gleason  pastor, 

NW  cor  East  Fifteenth  and  16th  av 
St.  John  Edward,  res  N  s  Lydia  nr  West 
St.  John  John,  res  Market  nr  Twenty-second 
ST.  JOHN'S  CHURCH  (Protestant  Episcopal)  Rev.  Benja- 
min Akerly  rector,  W  s  Grove  bet  Seventh  and  Eighth 
St.  Joseph's  Free  School,  cor  Seventh  and  Jefferson 
St.  Joseph's  Academy,  Brother  Hosea  director,  cor  Fifth 

and  Jackson 
St.  Mary's  Academy,  618  Eighth 
Stack  Thomas,  bartender  with  John  Fennessy,  res  cor  Fifth 

and  Harrison 
Stack  William,  street  contractor,  res  276  Fifth 
Stackhouse  William,   whitener  and  house  cleaner,  res  760 

Fifth 
Stackpole  Thomas,  res  410  Tenth 

Staehle  Charles,  proprietor  Oakland  Bakery,  709  Broadway 
Stagnaro  N.,  laborer,  res  562  Third 
Stahr  Christopher,  brakeman  C  P  R  R,  res  N  s  Twelfth  bet 

Willow  and  Campbell,  W  O 


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OAKLAND    [  g  ]   DIRECTORY.  357 

Stakeni  Mary,  nurse,  1061  Grove 

Staley  J.  A.,  carpenter,  res  522  Eighth 

Stamp  J.  B.,  baker  with  Thompson  Bros,  res  832  Franklin 

Stamp  J.  B.,  res  E  s  Oiiestnut  nr  Third 

STANDEFOKD  D.  W.  (Burnham,  Standeford  &  Co)  res  E 

s  Market  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 
Standeford  N.  D.  Mrs.,  principal  Grove-st  School,  res  SW 

cor  Fifteenth  and  West 
Standeford  W.  W.,  Custom  House  (S  F)  res  E  s  Market  bet 

Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 
STANDRING  ISAAC!  proprietor  West  End  Hotel,  SW  cor 

Railroad  av  and  Peralta 
Stanford  William  E.,  laborer,  res  675  Clay 
STANIFORD  GEORGE  B.,  editor  Daily  Evening  Tribune, 

res  664  Tenth 
Staniford  Joseph,  res  W  s  West  nr  Fifteenth 
Stanley  George  A.,  student  University 
Stanley  H.  A.,  insurance  agent,  res  825  Market 
Stanly  John  A.,    atty-at-law  (S  F)   res  W  ,s  Jackson  bet 

Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 
Stansbury  W.  C.  Mrs,  boarding  and  lodging,  1001  Franklin 
Stanton  Timothy,  res  N  s  Twenty-seventh  nr  West 
Staples  Frank  H.,  mining,  res  N  s  Lydia  nr  Curtis 
Staples  Seth  M.,  res  710  Brush 
Stapleton  William,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Stapley  Maynard,  gardener,  1113  Washington 
Star  House,  Mrs.  H.  J.  Lay  ton  proprietress,  S  s  Railroad 

av  bet  Pine  and  Cedar,  W  O 
Stark  William,  horse  trainer  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
STARKWEATHER  &  SON  (Haynes  K.  and  William  P. 

Starkweather)  carpets,  oil  cloths,  etc.,  1153  Broadway 
STARKWEATHER  H.  K.  (Starkweather  &  Son)  res  Rus- 
sell House 
STARKWEATHER  W.  P.  (Starkweather  &  Son)  res  716 

Fourth 
Starr  Christopher,  brakeman  C  P  R  R 
Starr   U.   J.,    trainer  with  Newland   &  Pumyea,   res  462 

Seventh 
Starrett  M.,  Cabinetmaker  W  D  Co 
State  Investment  and  Insurance  Co.,  E.  T.  Carrique  agent, 

462  Eighth 
Stearns  Charles  A.,  driver  Broadway  and  Telegraph  avRR, 

res  Forty-seventh  nr  Shattuck  av 
Stearns  Hannah  Miss,  res  S  s  Hobart  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Stearns  Henry  M.,  teacher  Heald's  Business  College  (S  F) 

res  S  s  Eighth  nr  Linden 


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Stearns  Lyman,  variety,  Market-st  station,  res  730  Myrtle 

Stearns  Mary  R.  Miss,  student  University 

Stearns  Robert  E.  C,  secretary  and  superintendent  grounds 

University,  res  Telegraph  av  nr  Dwight  way,  Berkeley 
Stearns  Theodore  F.,  driver  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av  R 

R,  res  Shattuck  av  nr  Telegraph  av 
Steed  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Steel  James  H.,  mariner,  res  N  s  Twenty-first  nr  Curtis 
Steele  Edward  L.  G.,  res  824  Jackson 

Steele  Henry  Mrs.,  res  SW  cor  Caledonia  and  Telegraph  av 
Steele  Henry  F.,  blindmaker,  res  7  Louisa  (S  F) 
Steele  Sisson,  bookkeeper,  res  417  Fourth 
Steen  Joseph  F.,  deputy  City  Assessor,  res  N  s  Thirty-fourth 

bet  Grove  and  West 
Steere  &  Colby  (Thomas  F.  Steere  and  Hiram  H.  Colby) 

groceries,  hardware,  crockery,  etc.,  SE  cor  13th  av  and 

East  Twelfth 
Steere  &  Colby's  San  Francisco,  East  Oakland  and  Fruit 

Yale  Express,  SE  cor  13th  av  and  East  Twelfth 
Steere  Henry,  bookkeeper  with  Steere  &  Colby,   and  tele- 
graph operator  W.  U.  Tel.  Co.,  res  E  s  12th  av  bet  East 

Fourteenth  and  East  Fifteenth 
Steere  Thomas  F.  (Steere  &  Colby)  and  Postmaster,  res  E  s 

12th  av  bet  East  Fourteenth  and  East  Fifteenth 
STEFFANONI  ACHILLE  (Mueller  &  Steffanoni)  res  561 

Seventh 
Steffen  Michael,   tailor  with  S.  Francis,   res  E  s  West  bet 

Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 
Steidwan  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  403  Ninth 
Steinbacher  John,  butcher,  res  410  First 
Stelling  Otto,  tinsmith  with  J.  J.  O'Shea,  res  cor  San  Pablo 

av  and  Twenty-fourth 
Stenenger  Robert,  res  527  Seventh 
Stephens  H.  J.,  driver  Whitney  &  Co.'s  Express,  res  Ninth 

bet  Alice  and  Harrison 
Stephens  Samuel,   ship  joiner  W  D  Co,  res  S  s  Eighth  bet 

Union  and  Poplar 
Stephens  Samuel  J-,  glass  stainer,  res  S  s  Eighth  bet  Union 

and  Poplar 
Stephens  William  R.,  plumber,   res  S  s  Eighth  bet  Union 

and  Poplar 
Stephenson  R.  H.,  butcher  with  T.  W.  Thacker,  res  SE  cor 

Filbert  and  Third 
Stern  Louis,  student  University 
Stern  Sigmund,  student  University 
Sternitzky  Chas.,  carpenter,  res  cor  Twenty-ninth  and  Myrtle 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon,  agent  for  Napa  Soda  Springs,  469  Ninth  st. 
OAKLAND     [g]    DIRECTORY.  359 

Sterns  Joseph,  plumber  with   O.  C.  Kirk,    res  315   East 

Twelfth 
Stetson  Charles  M.,  student  University 
Stetson  Vine  S.,  carpenter  Enterprise  Mills,  res  517  tfinth 
Stevens  A.  Henry,   clerk  with  I.  Friedlander  (S  F)  res  cor 

Eailroad  av  and  Kirkham 
Stevens  Calvin  J.,  Tax  Collector,  res  267  Eighth 
Stevens  Charles,  laborer  W  D  Co 
Stevens  Charles  E.,  student  University 
Stevens  E.  A.  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  Grammar  School,  res 

SW  cor  Sixth  and  Wood 
Stevens  Ernest  E.,  sticker  with  Price  &  Wood,  res  Mechanics' 

Home,  W  O 
Stevens  F.  A.,  fireman  CPKE,  res  West  Oakland 
Stevens  George,  printer,  res  N  s  East  Tenth  bet  7th  and  8th 

avs 
Stevens  James,  hostler,  res  SW  cor  Twentieth  and  Curtis 
Stevens  Jennie,  domestic,  SE  cor  Fifteenth  and  Market 
Stevens  Mary  A.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Division  nr  Wood,  W  O 
Stevens  Levi  (Stevens,  Baker  &  Co.,  S  F)  res  Fruit  Vale  av 
Stevens  Rosalia  Miss,  res  Berkeley  Farm  House,  Berkeley 
Stevens  Stephen,  res  269  Ninth 

Stevens  Walter  P.,  student,  res  Eailroad  av  nr  Kirkham 
Stevenson  A.  M.,  plasterer,  res  955  Grove 
Stevenson  F.  K.  &  Co.  (F.  B.  Stevenson  and  B.  S.  Tower) 

crockery  and  glassware,  1062  Broadway 
Stevenson  Frederick  B.  (F.  B.  Stevenson  &  Co.)  res  SE  cor 

Jefferson  and  Eleventh 
Stevenson  F.  W.,  boots  and  shoes,  1020  Broadway,  res  410 

Thirteenth 
Stevenson  H.  L.,  engineer  C  P  B  R,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood 

and  Willow,  W  O 
Steward  Herbert,  waiter  Alta  House 

STEWARD  JOSEPH  M.,  proprietor  Alta  House,  903  Wash- 
ington 
Steward  Samuel,  waiter  Alta  House 
Stewart  James,  carpenter,  res  NE  cor  East  Eleventh  and 

13th  av 
Stewart  James  J.,  carpenter,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 
Stewart  Jennie  Miss,  res  763  Eleventh 
Stewart  Mary  L.  Mrs.,  res  763  Eleventh 
STEWART  MICHAEL  Y.,  proprietor  Clinton  Market,  309 

East  Twelfth,  res  cor  East  Fifteenth  and  5th  av 
STEWART  THOMAS  M.,  proprietor  Stewart's  Hotel,  SE 

cor  Fifteenth  and  Broadway 
Stewart  William,  porter  (S  F)  res  S  s  Thirteenth  nr  Center 

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Stewart  William  H.,  hairdresser,  471  Seventh 
STEWART'S  HOTEL,  Thomas  M.  Stewart  proprietor,  SE 

cor  Fifteenth  and  Broadway 
Stichman  Katie,  domestic,  915  Grove 
Still  John  W.,  res  W  s  8th  av  bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East 

Sixteenth 
Stillar  Powell,  printer  (S  F)  res  Kirkham  nr  Eighth,  W  O 
Stillman  Howard,  student  University 
STTLLWELL  B.  F.,  general  collection  agent,  907  Broadway, 

res  456  Eighth 
Stimpson  James,  soda  water  manufacturer,  510  Seventh 
Stimson  Joseph  E.,  plasterer,  res  413  Sixth 
Stockwell  Frank,  clerk,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Stoddard  A.  M.,  carriage  painter,  res  E  s  Wood  bet  Lincoln 

and  Twelfth,  W  O 
Stoddard  C.  P.,  brakeman  C  P  E  K,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  0 
Stoel  Nathan,  res  junction  Market  and  San  Pablo  av 
Stoeten  H.  R.,  porter,  res  SW  cor  Henry  and  Fifth 
Stokes  Patrick,  shoemaker,  res  218  East  Fifteenth 
Stokes  Patrick,  teamster,  res  218  East  Fifteenth 
Stokes  Richard,  mining,  res  N  s  Twenty-fifth  nr  Broadway 
STOKES  WILLIAM,  architect,   921  Broadway,   room  14, 

res  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Brush  and  Castro 
Stone  Alfred,  clerk  with  A.  G.  Lawrie,  res  East  Fourteenth 

nr  16th  av 
Stone  Eloise  P.  Mrs.,  physician,  office  29  Central  Block 
Stone  E.  P.,  physician,  office  and  res  568  Twelfth 
Stone  George,  res  568  Twelfth 
Stone  George,  shoecutter,  res  SE  ■  cor  Willow  and  Twelfth, 

WO 
Stone  Jefferson,  painter,  res  Fortieth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Stone  John  F.,  clerk  with  H.  L.  Paddock,  res  562  Fourth 
Stone  John  L.,  carpenter,  res  562  Fourth 
Stone  M.  J.  Miss,  res  709  Tenth 
Storey  W.  B.,  gardener,  1027  Filbert 
Storm  William,  butcher,  res  Spring  nr  Adeline 
Storrs  C.  F.  Mrs.,  res  SW  cor  Sixteenth  and  West 
Story  George,  lumberman  (S  F)  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Kirk- 
ham, W  O 
Story  Lafayette,  res  W  s  Alice  bet  Fourteenth   and  Fif- 
teenth 
Stout  J.  G.,  teamster  with  Babcock  &  Gould,  res  Oakland 

House 
Strain  William,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Stratemeyer  George  C.  (B.  C.    Jackson  &  Co.)  res  1055 
Broadway 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


Eureka  Refrigerator  the  best,  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 


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301 


Stratton  James,  principal  Prescott  Grammar  School,  res  N  s 

Twelfth  nr  West 
Stratton  James  T.,  civil  engineer,  res  461  East  Twelfth 
Straucher  Charles,  machinist,  res  W  s  Center  bet  Sixth  and 

Seventh 
STRAUTER  &  HOWARD  (Philip  Strauter  and  George  W. 

Howard)  proprietors  New  York  Livery  Stable,  S  W  cor 

Eighth  and  Webster 
STRAUTER   PHTT.TP  (Strauter    &    Howard)  res  SW  cor 

Eighth  and  Webster 
STREIT  &  VOGT  (William  Streit  and  David  Vogt)  wines 

and  liquors,  1050  Franklin 
STREIT  WILLIAM  (Streit  &  Vogt)  res  NE  cor  Eleventh 

and  Franklin 
STRICKLAND  &  CO.  (William  Strickland)  books,  station- 
ery and  blank  book  manufacturers,  musical  instruments 

and  fancy  goods,  1061  Broadway 
Strickland  Sidney,  with  Strickland  &  Co.,  res  NE  cor  Tele- 
graph av  and  William 
STRICKLAND  WILLIAM  (Strickland  &  Co.)  res  NE  cor 

Telegraph  av  and  William 
Striker  J.  W.,  engiueer  W  D  Co 
Striker  E.  3Irs.,  res  N  s  Chase  nr  Wood,  W  0 
Stringer  J.  B.,  retoucher  with  Bluett  &  Fardon,  res  10  Ber- 

_  nard  (S  F) 
Stringham  Sib.,  painter,  res  403  Ninth 
Strong  C.  L.,  mining,  res  566  Eleventh 
Strong  Eli,  carpenter,  res  E  s  Wood  bet  Taylor  and  Seward 
Strong  Elizabeth,  artist,  res  832  Market 
Strong  George  H.  (Dewey  k  Co.,  S-  F)  res  S  s  Eighth  nr 

Peralta,  W  O 
Strong  Joseph  D.,   photographer,   NE  cor  Broadway  and 

Thirteenth 
Strong  Wallace  K.,  student  University 
Strong  William  E.,  commission  merchant,  res  E  s  Franklin 

bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 
Strucknieyer  Herman,  master  mariner,  res  cor  Sixteenth  and 

Center,  W  O 
Struppler  Daniel,  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  NE  cor  Taylor  and 

Pine,  W  O 
Stuart  A.  M.,  freight  clerk  C  P  R  E  (S  F)  res  E  s  Adeline  nr 

Sixteenth 
Stuart  Daniel,  manufacturer  boots  and  shoes,  905  Broadway, 

res  963  Washington 
STUART  HENRY  W.  (French,  Stuart  &  Co.)  res  Evoy  av 

nr  San  Pablo  Eoad 


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Stuart  W.  A.,  painter,  res  408  Thirteenth 

Stuart  William,  gardener,  958  West  Tenth 

Stuartson  — ,  fireman  C  P  K  E,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and 

Willow,  W  0 
Stubbs  George,  live-stock  dealer,  res  Kussell  House 
Studerus  John,  blacksmith,  res  823  East  Twelfth 
Stuffy  E.  M.,  driver,  res  701  Washington 
Stulz  Carl,  barber  and  baths,  N  s  Railroad  av  bet  Wood  and 

Pine,  res  N  s  Railroad  av  bet  Wood  and  Willow,  W  O 
Stump  <t  Allen  (Joseph  Stump  and  S.  H.  Allen)  well  borers, 

Golden  Star  Hotel 
Stump  Joseph  (Stump  &  Allen)  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 
Stump  M.  H.  Mrs.,  res  SE  cor  Eighth  and  Jackson 
Stutt  George,  laborer,  res  S  s  Bancroft  way  on  hill,  Berkeley 
Stutt  William,  laborer,  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Temescal 
Sturges  Frank  F.,  salesman  with  Murphy,  Grant  &  Co.  (S  F) 

res  758  Castro 
Stumes  Henry,  driver  Engine  No.  1,  S  s  Fifteenth  nr  Clay 
Sturrock  James  R.,  plasterer,  res  Lydia  bet  San  Pablo  av 

and  Twenty-first 
Styer  Harriet  S.  Mrs.,  res  514  Tenth 
Styles  Frank  W.,  watchmaker  Cal  Watch  Co.,  res  cor  Shat- 

tuck  av  and  Gilman,  Berkeleyville 
Sublette  William,  res  E  s  10th  av  bet  East  Sixteenth  and 

East  Seventeenth 
Sueell  Walter,  housemover,  SW  cor  Seventh  and  Webster, 

res  SE  cor  Twenty-second  and  Curtis 
Sugaree  Patrick,  laborer  W  D  Co 
Sugrue  Patrick,  laborer,  res  E  s  Chester  nr  Fifth 
Suits  Robert  L.,  machinist,  res  E  s  Grove  bet  Fifth  and 

Sixth 
Suksdorf  J.  P.,  student  University 
Suksdorf  Wilhelm  N.,  student  University 
Sullivan  Annie,  domestic,  1103  Filbert 
Sullivan  Bridget,  widow,  res  S  s  Logan  nr  Grove 
Sullivan  .Cornelius,  watchman  C  P  R  R,  res  cor  Sixteenth 

and  Kirkham,  W  O 
Sullivan  Edward,  baker,  res  419  Tenth 
Sullivan  Humphrey,  laborer,  res  W  s  Linden  bet  Second  and 

Third 
Sullivan  James,  hostler  Oakland  Trotting  Park 
Sullivan  James,  laborer,  res  403  Ninth 
Sullivan  James,  laborer  W  D  Co 
Sullivan  James,  marble  cutter  with  Robert  Farrell,  res  cor 

Locust  and  San  Pablo  av 
Sullivan  J.  C,  res  408  Thirteenth 


Try  Stephen  Smith's  system  of  collecting  Rents,  917  Broadway 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon  delivers  Ice,  Soda  and  Cider.     Depot  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND     [§]    DIRECTORY.  363 

Sullivan  J.  C,  mngr  Oakland  News  Co.,  res  770  Thirteenth 

Sullivan  Jerry,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 

Sullivan  Jerry,  machinist  C  PEE,  res  cor  Sixteenth  and 

Cypress,  W  O 
Sullivan  Jerry,  stableman  Dexter  Stable 
Sullivan  Joanna,  waiter,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Sullivan  John,  chicken  ranch,  res  cor  B  and  Etta 
Sullivan  John,  machinist  res  N  s  Eleventh  nr  Kirkham 
Sullivan  Michael,   blacksmith  and  horseshoer,  1086  Four- 
teenth av,  res  N  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  13th  and  14th 
Sullivan  Michael,  laborer  TV  D  Co,   res  W  s  Kirkham  nr 

Twelfth,  W  0 
Sullivan  Patrick,  laborer,  res  419  Tenth 
Sullivan  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Mechanics'  Hotel 
Sullivan  Peter,  laborer  with  Palmer  &  Cole 
Sullivan  Timothy,  blacksmith,  res  368  Ninth 
Sullivan  William,  stone  cutter  (S  F)  res  S  s  Locust  nr  San 

Pablo  av 
Sullivan  William  J.,  weigher  C  P  R  E,  res  N  s  Taylor  nr 

Pine,  W  O 
Sumers  S.,  mariner,  res  N  s  Thirteenth  nr  Willow 
Summers  William   H.,  policeman,  res   S   s  Twentieth  bet 

Castro  and  Brush 
Sumner  Charles  E.,  advertising  agent  (S  F)  res  820  Twelfth 
Sumner  Henrietta  Miss,  res  820  Twelfth 
Sumner  John  H.,  principal  Franklin  Grammar  School,  res 

W  s  11th  av  bet  East  Fourteenth  and  East  Fifteenth 
Sumner  Susan  Mrs.,  ladies'  nurse,  res  473  Fourth 
Sun  Lee,  laundry,  467  Ninth 
SUNNYSIDE    HOUSE,   A.    Baldwin  proprietor,   SW  cor 

Thirteenth  and  Harrison 
Sunol  Joseph  D.,  farmer,  res  S  s  Chase  nr  Wood,  W  O 
Sunol  Joseph  D.,  wood  and  coal,  SE  cor  Wood  and  Seventh, 

res  E  s  Campbell  bet  Seventh  and  Eighth 
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F.  B.  Lynch,  office  County  Court  House,  room  5 
Surrey  James  G.,  plasterer,  res  E  s  Filbert  nr  Twenty-eighth 
SURRYHNE  E.  &  CO.  (Edward  Surryhne  and  Martin  B. 

Smith)  wood,  coal  and  feed,  foot  Division,  W  O 
SURRYHNE  EDWARD  (E.   Surryhne  &  Co.)  res  SE  cor 

Short  and  Cedar,  W  0 
Surryhne  Isaac,  res  959  Castro 

Surryhne  William  (Gladding,  Surryhne  <fc  Co.)  res  E  s  Ade- 
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SURVEYOR  COUNTY,  Luis  Castro,  room  4  Court  House 

Sutherland  A.  C,  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr  Grove 

Sutherland  A.  E.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  East  Sixteenth  bet  7th 
and  8th  avs 

Sutherland  F.  C.  Miss,  teacher  Swett  School,  res  cor  10th 
av  and  East  Fifteenth 

Sutherland  George  H.,  plumber,  res  N  s  East  Fifteenth  bet 
16th  and  17th  avs 

Sutherland  John,  harnessmaker  with  James  Lentell 

Sutliffe  Edgar  C,  student  University 

Sutton  Frank  S.,  resident  graduate  University 

Sutton  William  F.,  yard  master  C  P  R  R,  res  Goss  nr  Pine 

Svenson  John,  carpenter  W  D  Co 

Swain  Charles  H.,  smelter  and  refiner,  res  N  s  Elm  nr  San 
Pablo  av 

Swain  Henry,  res  814  Brush 

Swain  Oliver  C,  storekeeper  Internal  Revenue  Department 
(S  F)  res  S  s  Twentieth  nr  Brush 

Swain  Sarah  Mrs.,  ladies'  nurse,  res  NE  cor  Twenty -first  av 
and  East  Twentieth 

Swale  Harry,  engraver,  958  Broadway,  res  364  Ninth 

Swan  George  W.,  (George  W,  Swan  &  Co.,  S  F)  res  760 
Eleventh 

Swanson  Carrie,  domestic,  W  s  Bushnell  nr  University, 
Berkeley 

Swanson  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twenty-fifth  bet  Tele- 
graph av  and  Broadway 

Swanson  Peter  A.,  carpenter,  resE  s  Willow  nr  Seward,  W  O 

Swanson  William,  candyinaker,  res  S  s  Twenty-fifth  bet  Tel- 
egraph av  and  Broadway 

Swarbrick  Robert,  woodturner  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res 
SE  cor  Third  and  Castro 

Swart  S.,  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  0 

Swartz  Jacob,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 

Swartz  John  H.,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  418 
Third 

Swartz  John,  wagonmaker  with  D.  A.  F.  Meikle,  res  Man- 
sion House 

Swas  Antonio,  boot  and  shoemaker,  805  East  Twelfth,  res 
809  East  Twelfth 

Sweeney  Ellen,  res  W  s  Adeline  nr  Third 

Sweeney  John,  laborer,  res  709  Franklin 

Sweet  A.  J.,  tanner  with  J.  S.  Derby,  res  cor  18th  av  and 
East  Fourteenth 

Sweet  D.  C,  turner  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  S  s  Third  nr 
Alice 

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OAKLAND    [  T  ]   DIRECTORY.  365 

Sweet  Leroy,  turner,  res  957  Third 

Sweet  S.  J.,   tanner  witlj  J.  S.  Derby,   res  cor  18th  av  and 

East  Fourteenth 
Sweetapple  H.,  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Sweichleer  Theodore,  painter,  res  Erie  nr  Telegraph  av 
Swenson  A.  D.,   teamster  with  Samuel  Hey  wood,  res  cor 

Second  and  Bristol,  W  B 
Swenson  Ellen,  domestic,  729  Tenth 

Swenson  John,  carpenter,  res  cor  "Wood  and  Seward,  W  O 
Sweney  Charles  B.,   engineer,   res  E  s  8th  av  bet  East  Six- 
teenth and  East  Seventeenth 
SWETT  A.  W.,  proprietor  Swett's  Livery  Stable,  res  W  s 

13th  av  bet  East  Twentieth  and  East  Twenty-first 
Swett  School,  Mary  S.  Kimball  principal,  cor  East  Twenti- 
eth and  12th  av 
SWETT'S    LIVERY    STABLE,    A.  W.  Swett  proprietor, 

NW  cor  14th  av  and  East  Eleventh 
Swinnerton  James,  watchman  Custom  House  (S  F)  res  N  s 

Fifteenth  nr  Cypress,  W  O 
Swinborne  &  Beardsley  (James  C.  Swinborne  and  George  E. 

Beardsley)  contractors  and  builders,  907  Broadway 
Swinborne  James,  carpenter,  res  SE  cor  Twenty-second  and 

San  Pablo  av 
Swords  Patrick,  butcher,  cor  Forty-eighth  and  Telegraph  av 
Sylvester  C.  C,  caneworker,  476  Eighth,  res  Eagle  House 
Symes  Cecelia  Miss,  res  N  s  Charter  nr  Telegraph  av 
Symes  David,   bookkeeper  with  Hayes,  Carrick  &  Co.,  res 

NE  cor  12th  av  East  Fifteenth 
Symonds  James,  engineer  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Syne  B.  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Charter  bet  San  Pablo  and  Telegraph 

avs 
Sypolt  A.  W.,  carpenter,  res  Golden  Star  Hotel 


T 

Taber  I.  W.,  photographer  (S  F)  res  E  s  Harrison  bet  Six- 
teenth and  Seventeenth 

Taber  Jacob  S.  (Taber,  Harker  &  Co.,  S  F)  res  E  s  Linden 
nr  Tenth 

Tabour  Lorenzo  T.,  bricklayer,  res  403  Ninth 

Tacher  Theodore,  mechanic,  res  N  s  William  bet  Wood  and 
Pine,  W  O 

Taegue  William,  farmer,  res  W  s  Cal  Watch  Co 's.  Manufac- 
tory, W  B 


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TAGGART  GRANT  I.    (Woodward  &  Taggart)   res  E  s 

Franklin  opposite  Fifteenth 
Tahaney  James,  laborer  CPEE,  res  Oakland  Wharf 
Tailor  John,  laborer,  res  665  Webster 
Tailor  William  L.,   clerk  with  H.  E.  Wilcox,   res  SW  cor 

East  Fifteenth  and  11th  av 
Tait  George  N.,  truckman,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  bet  Market 

and  West 
Takaki  Samro,  consul  Japan  (S  F)  res  Knox  House 
Talcott  C.  Mrs.,  res  Grand  Western  Hotel,  W  O 
Talken  J.  H.,  carpenter,  res  Esl8th  av  bet  East  Fourteenth 

and  East  Fifteenth 
Tallman  J.  K.,  painter,  res  Eland  House 
Talty  Peter,  watchman  CPEE,  res  N  s  Taylor  nr  Wood, 

WO 
Talty  Thomas  P.,  machinist  CPEE,  res  N  s  Taylor  bet 

Wood  and  Pine,  W  O 
Taney  Patrick,   seaman  CPEE,  res   S   s  Thirteenth  nr 

Kirkham,  W  O 
Tarbett  Foster  B.,  cor  Gilman  and  Walnut,  Berkeleyville 
Tarbey  William,  with  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Tarbox  Charlott  Mrs.,  res  S  s  Hobart  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Tarbox  C.  W.  Mrs.,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  S  s  Hobart 

nr  Telegraph  av 
Tasney  Frank,  driver  People's  Express,  res  Market  nr  West 

Third 
TATTERSON  J.  W.,  model  maker  and  machinist,  shop  and 

res  1063  Broadway  and  465  Twelfth 
TATTERSON  MARY  A.  MRS.,  millinery,   store  and  res 

1063  Broadway 
Tatty  Peter,  watchman  W  D  Co 

Tautphaus  Charles,  butcher,  SE  cor  Railroad  av  and  Myrtle 
TAX  COLLECTOR,  CITY,  Perry  Johnson,  City  HaU 
TAX  COLLECTOR,  COUNTY,  Charles  E.  Palmer,  Court 

House,  room  2 
Tay  John  I.,  agent  Howe  sewing  machines  and  Buttrick's 

patterns,  965  Broadway,  res  SE  cor  Eleventh  and  Brush 
Taylor  &  Co.  (Chauncey  Taylor  and  William  C.  Little)  lum- 
ber dealers,  foot  of  Washington 
Taylor  A.  E.  Mrs.,  lodgings,  921  Broadway 
Taylor  B.  B.,  res  SW  cor  Twenty-second  and  Broadway 
Taylor  C.  F.,  tinsmith  CPEE,  res  Eighth  bet  Wood  and 

Willow,  W  O 
TAYLOR   CHARLES  L.,  carpets,   oil   cloths,    paperhang- 

ings  and  upholstery  goods,    1060   Broadway,  res    710 

Fourteenth 

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OAKLAND    [  T  ]    DIRECTORY.  367 

Taylor  Chauncev  (Taylor  &  Co.)  res  704  Eighth 

Taylor  Clinton  t>.,  clerk  (S  F)  res  cor  Park  and  Market 

Taylor  Edward  P.,  salesman  with  Charles  L.  Taylor,  resNW 
cor  Sixteenth  and  Jefferson 

Taylor  Edward  T.,  porter  (S  F)  res  N  s  Seward  nr  "Willow, 
W  O 

Taylor  Edwin  M. ,  student  University 

Taylor  E.  J.,  widow,  res  N  s  Twenty-fifth  nr  Broadway 

Taylor  Elias,  carpenter,  res  cor  Second  and  University  av, 
WB 

Taylor  F.   L.,  architect,    302  Montgomery   (S   F)   res  cor 
Washington  and  Tenth 

Taylor  George,  city  pound  master,  cor  Twenty-eighth  and 
Market,  res  cor  Twenty-sixth  and  Myrtle 

Taylor  Henry,  driver  Engine  Co.  No.  1,  res  839  Franklin 

Taylor  James  K.,  student  University 

Taylor  James  M.,  atty-at-law  (IS  F)  res  E  s  Webster  bet  Six- 
teenth and  Seventeenth 

Taylor  J.  N.,  brakeman  C  P  E  E,  res  Oakland  wharf 

Taylor  John,  farmer,  res  S  s  Sycamore  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Taylor  John,  contractor,  res  475  East  Eleventh 

Taylor  John  jr.,  student,  res  S  s  Sycamore  nr  San  Pablo  av 

Taylor  John  W.,  bookkeeper,  res  253  Eighth 

Taylor  J.  W.,  broker   (S  F)   res  Berkeley  Farm  House, 
Berkeley 

Taylor  Live  W.,  manufacturer  medicines,  res  813  Brush 

Taylor  L.  W.,  carpenter,  res  768  Fifth 

Taylor  M.  A.  Mrs.,  res  W  s  Clay  nr  Fifteenth 

Taylor  Margaret,  res  839  Franklin 

Taylor  Monroe,  restaurant   steamer  Oakland,  res  NE  cor 
22d  av  and  East  Fourteenth 

Taylor  E.  A.  Miss,  res  W  s  Clay  nr  Fifteenth 

Taylor  E.  G.,  painter  and  grainer  with  How  &  Doolittle,  res 
cor  Thirty-sixth  and  Peralta 

Taylor  Samuel,  brakeman  C  P  E  E 

Taylor  Walter,  student,  res  cor  Bay  Place  and  Telegraph  av 

Taylor  William,  res  839  Franklin 

Taylor   William,  clerk,   res   W  s  Maple   nr  Forty-eighth, 
Temescal 

Taylor  William,  laborer  Oakland  Lumber  Yard 

Taylor  William,  merchant  (S  F)  res  cor  Bay  Place  and  Tele- 
graph av 

Tearney  Barney,  laborer,  res  W  s  West  nr  Fourteenth 

Teas  M.  E.  Mrs.,  res  661  Ninth 

Teel  A.  Mrs.,  res  cor  Shattuck  and  Mariposa  av,  Temescal 

Teel  Hugh  A.,  student  University 


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Teeple  G.  M.,  switchman  C  P  E  E,  res  N  s  Eighth  nr  Wood, 

WO 
Teeple  Henry,  stevedore,  res  S  s  Goss  bet  Wood  and  Willow 
Telfer  James,    carpenter   Grove-st  Planing  Mill,   res    267 

Ninth 
Temple  Emma  L.  Miss,  teacher  Oakland  High  School,  res 

Blake  House 
Temple  Lucy  E.  Miss,  teacher,  res  Blake  House 
Templeton  H.  T.  Mrs.,  res  110  East  Twelfth 
Tenney  Alfred  D.,  student  University 
Tenney  W.  A.  Rev.,  res  N  s  Brown  bet  Telegraph  av  and 

Grove 
Tennison  Talleg,  organ  builder,  res  NE  cor  Franklin  and 

Third 
Terney  John,  wines  and  liquors,   854  Broadway,  res  1015 

Washington 
Terril  Edward  F.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  bet  Brush 

and  West 
Terry  A.  B.,  band  sawyer  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  Alta 

House 
Terry  Benjamin,  res  Overland  House 
Terry  C.  C,  contractor,  res  N  s  Lincoln  bet  Willow  and 

Campbell,  W  O 
Terry  Thomas,  harness  cleaner  with  Newland  &  Pumyea,  res 

462  Seventh 
Terry  Y.  P.  Mrs.,  res  Alta  House 

Tesney  J.  F.,  teamster,  res  W  s  Market  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth 
Tester  Annie,  domestic,  N  s  Seventeenth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Tetreay  M.  A.,  blacksmith,  res  519  Eighth 
TEUTONIA  HALL,  David  Wemmer  proprietor,   416-418 

Eighth 
Tevis  Henry  L.,  student  University 
Tevis  Joshua,  atty-at-law,  res  S  s  East  Fourteenth  nr  30th 

av,  Fruit  Vale 
Tevlin  Patrick,  laborer,  res  W  s  Henry  bet  Third  and  Fifth 
Thacher  Alfred  B.,  teacher,  res  S  s  Laurel  nr  Telegraph  av 
Thacker  Robert  A.,  plasterer,  res  NE  cor  13th  av  and  East 

Fourteenth 
THACKER  T.  W.,  proprietor  Nevada  Market  and  wholesale 

and  retail  dealer  in  choice  American  meats,  store  and 

res  SE  cor  Myrtle  and  Third 
Thane  Joseph  E.,  bookkeeper,  res  816  Myrtle 
Thar  sand  Edward,    gardener  with  D.   B.   Hinckley,  Fruit 

Vale  av 
THARSING  &  LAKE  (Chris.  Tharsing  and  Thomas  Lake) 

fruit  and  produce,  1736  Railroad  av 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


Ice  Cream  made  to  order  at  Gordon's,  469  Ninth  street. 
OAKLAND    [  X  ]    DIRECTORY.  369 

THARSING  CHRISTOPHER  (Tharsing  &  Lake)  res  Fruit 
Vale  av 

Tharsing  Edward,  coachman  with  G.  W.  Grayson,  res  W  s 
Jackson  bet  Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 

Thatcher  J.  T.,  fireman  C  P  R  E,  res  William  nr  Wood,  W  O 

THAYER  EDWARD  F.,  wines  and  liquors,  464  Eighth,  res 
S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Jefferson  and  Grove 

Thayer  I.  E.,  bookkeeper  with  A.  Crawford  (S  F)  res  Seventh 
bet  Union  and  Adeline 

Theaville  Joseph,  driver  Broadway  and  Telegraph  av  R  R, 
res  Temescal 

The  Central  Land  Co.,  T.  B.  Haswell  secretary,  954  Brdwy 

THE  CHURCH  OF  THE  IMMACULATE  CONCEPTION 
(R.  C.)  Rev.  M.  King  pastor,  N  s  Jefferson  bet  Sev- 
enth and  Eighth 

THE  REAL  ESTATE  UNION,  William  H.  Jordan  mana- 
ger, office  921  Broadway,  room  12 

Theobold  Harry,  superintendent  Lake  Merritt  boat  house 
and  special  policeman 

Thiel  Martin,  res  781  East  Twelfth,  rear 

TfflRD  DISTRICT  COURT,  S.  B.  McKee  judge,  County 
Court  House,  room  2 

Thirst  William,  carpenter,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  0 

Thomas  Arthur,  painter,  res  1021  Franklin 

Thomas  E.  H.,  compositor  Transcript,  res  S  s  Ninth  bet 
Broadway  and  Washington 

Thomas  F.  F.,  mining  superintendent,  res  Blake  House 

THOMAS  FRANK  E.,  dealer  wood  and  coal,  413  Tenth, 
res  415  Tenth 

Thomas  George  G.,  clerk,  res  814  Harrison 

Thomas  Joel  L,,  salesman  with  Waterhouse  &  Lester  (S  F) 
res  814  Myrtle 

Thomas  John,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  NW  cor  Atlantic  and 
Campbell,  W  O 

Thomas  Richard  P.,  Standard  Soap  Co.,  cor  Third  and  Ad- 
dison, res  E  O 

Thomas  William  D.,  policeman,  res  563  East  Eleventh 

Thomas  W.  P.,  bookkeeper  Alameda  County  Branch  Home 
Mutual  Insurance  Co,  res  SW  cor  Sixth  and  Washington 

Thompson  — ,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  East  Seventeenth  and 
9th  av,  E  O 

Thompson  Alfred,  piledriver,  res  SE  cor  Railroad  av  and 
Wood 

Thompson  Arthur  L.,  clerk  (S  F)  res  862  Castro 

Thompson  Charles  W.,  hostler  City  Hall  Stables,  res  Stew- 
art's Hotel 

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Thompson  Clinton,  student  University 

Thompson  D.  W.  C.  General,  res  W  s  Market  nr  Tenth 

Thompson  Harry,  carpenter,  res  517  Ninth 

Thompson  James,  student  Golden  Gate  Academy 

Thompson  James  M.,  stock  broker,  res  S  s  Nineteenth  nr 
Telegraph  av 

Thompson  J.  B.,  foreman  spinning  department  Pacific  Jute 
Manufacturing  Co,  res  cor  East  Eleventh  and  3d  av 

Thompson  John,  cook,  res  NW  cor  Third  and  Center 

Thompson  John,  carpenter,  res  354  Sixth 

Thompson  John,  res  E  s  Franklin  bet  Seventeenth  and  Du- 
rant 

Thompson  John,  res  410  Tenth 

Thompson  N.  J.,  carpenter,  res  862  Castro 

Thompson  William,  clerk,  res  N  s  Twenty-second,  nr  West 

Thompson  William  H.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Filbert 
and  Linden 

Thomson  A.  D.,  bookkeeper  First  National  Gold  Bank  and 
Notary  Public,  res  808  Myrtle 

Thomson  Bros.  (John  and  George  Thomson)  New  York  Ba- 
kery, 910  Broadway 

Thomson  George  (Thomson  Bros)  res  833  Broadway 

Thomson  James  S.,  secretary  Industrial  School  (S  F)  res 
1017  Ninth  av 

Thomson  John  (Thomson  Bros)  res  833  Broadway 

Thomson  Peter,  real  estate,  res  NW  cor  Logan  and  Tele- 
graph av  , 

Thomson  Kodney  W.,  res  S  s  Charter  nr  Telegraph  av 

Thomson  Samuel,  agent  Union  Insurance  Co.  900  Broad- 
way, res  1013  Washington 

Thomson  Thomas,  pile  driver,  res  N  s  Fifteenth  nr  Kirkham 

Thomson  Walter,   master  mariner  with  Samuel  Heywood 

Thomson  W.  Edward,  salesman  (S  F)  res  NW  cor  Thirty- 
sixth  and  Telegraph  av 

Thorn  Anna  M.,  res  662  Fifth 

Thorn  John,  res  410  Tenth 

Thornburgh  M.  K.,  commission  merchant  (S  F)  res  SW  cor 
Ninth  and  Chester,  W  O 

Thorne  James,  board  and  lodging,  res  527  Seventh 

Thorne  John,  salesman  with  Burns,  Whitman  &  Gardiner, 
res  N  s  Tenth  bet  Broadway  and  Franklin 

Thornhill  Frank,  bootblack,  res  foot  Franklin 

Thornton  A.  W.,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  and  res  NE 
cor  Castro  and  Seventh 

Thorp  James  H.,  inventor  and  proprietor  Excelsior  Burglar 
Alarms,  472  Seventh,  res  225  Bush  (S  F) 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broad-way 


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OAKLAND    [X]    DIRECTORY.  371 


THREE  MILE  HOUSE,  Joseph  P.  Dievcs  proprietor,  San 

Leandro  Road  3  miles  from  E  O 
Thrift  E.  A.  Mrs.,  res  1069  Thirteenth  av 
Throssel  William,  proprietor  Eagle  House,  G12  Broadway 
Tlmrman  William  J.,  res  NW  cor  Taylor  and  Campbell,  W  O 
Thurnagel  C,  pedlar,  res  866  East  Fourteenth 
Thurstin  Dianna,  ladies'  nurse,  WT  s  Thirteenth  nr  Broadway 
Thurston  Eugene  T.,  dealer  in  sewing  machines,  res  1002 

Third 
Tibbals  J.  S.,  contractor  and  builder,  res  W  s  Franklin  nr 

Durant 
Tichborn  Francis,  plasterer,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  nr  Kirkham 
Tidmarch  C.  Mrs.,  res  E  s  Wood  bet  Lincoln  and  Twelfth, 

WO 
Tiernan  Patrick,  foreman  shipwright  W  D  Co 
Tierney  John,  laborer,  res  N  s  Twentieth  nr  Franklin 
Tierney  Kate  Miss,  seamstress  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Tierney  Patrick,  laborer,  res  N  s  Twentieth  nr  Franklin 
Tietge  Ernest,  lumberman  (S  F)  res  S  s  Sixteenth  nr  Center, 

WO 


M.   M.   Tinkhara.  A.  J.   Buttei  field. 


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llth  and  12th  St.,  between  Franklin  and  Webster, 

Carriages,  Buggies  and  Saddle  Horses  to  Hire,  at  all  Hours. 
HORSES  BOARDED  and  SALES  MADE 

ON  THE  BEST  OF  TERMS. 

TINKHAM  &  BUTTERFIELD,  Proprs. 


OAKLAND  TRIBUNE— largest  circulation  in  Alameda  Co. 


Woodward  &  Taggart  have  Farms  and  Ranches  for  Sale. 


372  OAKLAND     [X]    DIRECTORY. 

Tiffany  B.  L.,  traveling  agent  Bethesda  Water,  res  E  s  San 

Pablo  av  nr  Nineteenth 
Tiffany  Ephraim  E.,  salesman  with  Olmsted  &  Howe,  res 

605  Tenth 
Tiffany  Owen,  waiter  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Tilden  Charles  L.,  student  University 
Tilghman  LucindaMrs.,  res  N  s  Lydia  nr  Curtis 
Tilghman  Salina,  res  N  s  Lydia  nr  Curtis 
Tilley  G.  H.,  constable,  res" 829  Franklin 
Tillson  Fred.  M.,  res  831  Market 
Tllson  Charles,  helper  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Timmons  Patrick,  laborer,  res  717  Myrtle 
Timons  Kichard,  painter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
Tims  M.  Mrs.,  res  The  Centennial 
TINKHAM  &  BUTTERFIELD  (M.  M.   Tinkham  and  A. 

J.  Butterfield)  livery  and  boarding  stable,  370  Eleventh 
TINKHAM  M.  M.  (Tinkham  &  Butterfield)  res  Franklin 

bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth 
Tisch  David,  foreman  with  W.  F.  Kelsey,   res  Bay  pi  bet 

Broadway  and  Telegraph  av 
Titcomb   W.  A.,  cigars  and  tobacco,   NE  cor  Ninth  and 

Broadway,  res  SE  cor  7th  av  and  East  Eleventh 
Titus  Willis  B.,  fireman  C  P  K  B,  res  W  s  Campbell  bet 

Railroad  av  and  William 
Tobey  William  B.,  bookkeeper  with  Gladding,  Surryhne  & 

Co.,  res  Bartlett  House 
Todd  William,  painter,  res  W  s  Chestnut  nr  Third 
TODTMANN  THEODORE  E.,  wines,   liquors  and  watch- 
maker, 459  Seventh 
Tolan  Kate,  domestic,  SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Adeline,  W  O 
Toland  Thomas  O.,  student  University 
Tolman  Jane  C.  Miss,  teacher  literature  and  rhetoric  Mills' 

Seminary 
Tolmie  George,  res  Goss  nr  Pine,  W  O 
Tomkins  Joseph  G.,   engraver  (S  F)  res  S  s  Twelfth  bet 

Wood  and  Willow,  W  O 
Tommerup  Envold,  collector,  res  SE  cor  Eighth  and  Camp- 
bell 
Tompkins  Andrew  J.,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twenty-second  nr 

Linden 
Tompkins  Clark,  res  S  s  Seventeenth  nr  Clay 
1  Tompkins  Joseph,  engraver,  res  1230  Broadway 
Tompkins  Joseph  Mrs.,  milliner,  store  and  res  1230  Bdwy 
Tonner  Preston,  painter,  res  832  Thirteenth 
Toohey  John  P.,  switchman  C  P  R  R,  res  N  s  Division  nr 

Wood,  W  O 

Insure  your  Houses  with  Stephen  Smith,  917  Broadway. 


J.  S.  G.  Gordon  is  the  pioneer  Ice  man,  469  Ninth  St.,  Oakland 


OAKLAND    [T]    DIRECTORY.  373 

Toohig  James,  carpenter,  res  S  s  Twenty-first  nr  Broadway 
Toole  Thomas  J.,  carpenter  CPEE,  res  W  s  13th  av  bet 

East  Sixteenth  and  East  Seventeenth 
Toomey  Dennis,  teamster,  res  N  s  Elm  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Toomey  Mary  Miss,  res  S  s  Elm  nr  San  Pablo  av 
Toomey  Mary  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Third  bet  Filbert  and  Linden 
Toomy  Edward,  deckhand  steamer  Oakland,  res  S  s  Pacific 

nr  Campbell,  W  0 
Topping  Charles  W.,   with  W.  F.  Cook,  res  W  s  Cedar  bet 

Railroad  av  and  Division 
Tormer  John,  laborer  W  D  Co,  res  Campbell  nr  Adeline 
TORKEY  &  BUGBEE  (James  M.  Torrey  and  S.  W.  Bug- 
bee)  proprietors  Pacific  Cleansing  Works,  foot  Railroad 

av,  W  O 
Torrey  David,  bootmaker  with  D.  Stuart,  905  Broadway 
TORREY  JAMES  M.  (Torrey  &  Bugbee)  res  Ns  Eleventh 

nr  Madison 
Torrey  J.  M.,  with  Castle  Bros.,  res  124  Eleventh 
TORTIN  VICTOR  L.,  clerk  with  Bemillard  &  Bros.,   res 

613  Tenth 
Touchard  Albert,  student,  res  1077  Eighth 
Touchard  Gustave,  president  Union  Insurance  Co  (S  F)  res 

1077  Eighth 
Tourney  Julius,  clerk,  res   S  s  William  bet  Pine  and  Cedar 
Tow  B.  S.,  glassware,  1062  Broadway,   res  SE  cor  Eleventh 

and  and  Jefferson 
Towan  M.  Mrs.,  furnished  rooms,  Fourteenth  bet  Franklin 

and  Broadway 
Tower  B.  S.   (F.  R.  Stevenson  &  Co.)  res  SE  cor  Jefferson 

and  Eleventh 
Towle  John  F.,  shaper  Pioneer  Planing  Mill,  res  Es  Filbert 

nr  Twenty-eighth 
Towle  S.  G.  Miss,    teacher   Harrison   School,    res   SE  cor 

Tenth  and  Adeline 
Towle  Thomas  F.,  propr  Tremont  House,  53  San  Pablo  av 
Towle  Thomas  S.,  broker  (S  F)  res  Tremont  House 
Towle  T.  S.   (W.  W.  Fowler  &  Co.)  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av 

nr  Sixteenth 
Town  P.  A.,  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  Pine  bet  Seventh  and 

Eighth,  W  O 
Towne  William  H.,  photographer,  res  W  s  Linden  nr  Four- 
teenth 
Townes  P.  A.,  carpenter,  res  Cedar  nr  Railroad  av,  W  O 
Townley  C.  E.,  carpenter,  res  Sunnyside  House 
Townsend  &  Wright   (Joseph  A.  Townsend   and  Benjamin 

Wright)  furniture  and  bedding,  468  Twelfth 


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Woodward  &  Taggart — Homes  on  the  Installment  plan. 


374  OAKLAND    [  T  ]   DIRECTORY. 

Townsend   Charles  H.,    cabinetmaker,    res  NE   cor  East 
Twenty-second  and  11th  av 

Townsend   Cornelius,    laborer,    res   E  s  Grove   nr  Twenty- 
seventh 

Townsend  Emma  B.  Miss,  res  N  s  Twelfth  nr  Adeline,  "W  O 
ta  J  Townsend  J.  N.,  res  716  Fourteenth 

§  j  Townsend  Joseph  A.  (Townsend  &  Wright)  res  N  s  Twelfth 
3  nr  Adeline,  W  0 

^  Townsend  Mary  A.,  widow,  res  cor  Shattuck  and  Higgins 
c3  av,  Berkeley 

3     Townsend  Eichard,  carpenter,  res  610  Ninth 

0  TOWNSHIP  ASSESSOR,  Edwin  Hunt,  office  Court  House 
af .   Tozer  Charles  H.,  capitalist,  res  627  Third 

1  Trankle  Henry  K.,  clerk  Union  Hotel,  E  O 

g     Trask  S.  D.  (Fleming  &  Trask)  res  13th  av  nr  Twelfth 

*  Travers  Edward  W.,  ship  broker,  210  Battery  (S  F)  res  917 
c2  Jefferson 

£  Travers  — ,  res  W  s  11th  av  bet  East  Fifteenth  and  East  Six- 
g  teenth 

P  Treadwell  George  A.,  mining  (S  F)  res  N  s  Sycamore  nr 
rt  Grove 

2  TREASURER  CITY,  H.  Hillebrand,  office  City  Hall,  rm  4 
|  TREASURER  COUNTY,  Charles  E.  Palmer,  office  County 
g  Court  House,  room  2 

**     Treat  C.  H.,  laborer,  res  N  s  Short  bet  Cedar  and  Bay,  WO 

§     Treat  D.  W.,  car  builder,  res  S  s  Atlantic  bet  Wood  and 
Pine,  W  O 
k     Treat  Mary  B.  Miss,  student  University 

3  Treat  Thomas  B.,  hatter,  res  X  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Tele- 
d  graph  av 

Eh  Trefethen  E.  A.,  clerk,  CPKK,  res  cor  Lincoln  and  Wil- 
0  low,  W  O 

*  Treloar  T.  G.,  carpenter  W  D  Co 

ffl  Treloar  William,  with  Enterprise  Mills,  res  NE  cor  Henry 
O  and  Railroad  av 

c     Trelute  Leon,  fireman  Pacific  Jute  Manufacturing  Co.,  res 
East  Teenth  bet  3d  and  4th  avs 
Trembley  J.  B.,  physician,  921  Broadway,  room  13,  res  NW 

cor  Myrtle  and  Eighth 
Tremont  House,  Thomas  F.  Towle  rn'oprietor,  53  San  Pa- 
blo av 
Tretheway  John,  conductor  C  PRE,  res  Tosemite  Hotel, 

Alameda 
Trescott  Joseph  C,  livery,   sale  and  boarding  stable,    405 

Twelfth,  res  cor  Seventeenth  and  San  Pablo  av 
Trewella  Martha,  res  461  Ninth 

Stephen  Smith.  917  Broadway,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


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Drink  Napa  Soda  and  enjoy  life  and  health.    Agency,  469  Ninth 


OAKLAND    [  T  ]    DIRECTORY.  375 

TRIBUNE  PUBLISHING  CO.,  William  E.  Dargie,  presi- 
dent; W.  R.  Kennard  secretary,  publishers  Oakland 
Daily  Evening  Tribune,  911  Broadway 

Triest  J.,  res  Kelsey  House 

Triplet  James,  constable,  res  Mansion  House,  E  0 

Tripp  Dwight  K.,  atty-at-law,  401  California  (S  F)  res  67 
East  Twelfth 

Tripp  E.  Mrs.,  res  67  East  Twelfth 

Trost  Gustavus  A.  (Classon  &  Trost)  res  SW  cor  New 
Broadway  and  Durant 

Truax  V.  J.,  carpenter  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  Overland 
House 

Trudell  A.,  laundryman  Tubbs'  Hotel 

True  George  H.,  stage  driver  with  Steere  &  Colby,  res  SE 
cor  13th  av  and  East  12th 

Truett  —  Mrs.,  res  W  s  16th  av  and  East  Sixteenth  and  Sev- 
enteenth 

Truworthy  Thomas  E.,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Temescal 

Tschaler  Andrew,  baker  New  York  Bakery,  res  Stewart's 
Hotel 

Tubbs  Hiram  (Tubbs  &  Co.,  S  F)  res  266  East  Twelfth 

TUBBS  HOTEL,  John  M.  Lawlor  &  Co.  proprietors,  N  s 
East  Twelfth  bet  4th  and  5th  avs 

Tuck  John  W.,  carpenter,  res  Alta  House 

Tucker  Charles  M.,  clerk  County  Recorder,  res  Eighth  nr 
Campbell,  W  O 

Tucker  Emma  R.,  teacher  Franklin  Grammar  School,  res  cor 
13th  av  and  East  Twelfth 

TUCKER  J.  W.,  druggist,  1760  Railroad  av,  res  Grand 
Western  Hotel,  W  O 

Tucker  Rhoda  L.  Miss,  student  University 

Tucker  S.  F.,  foreman  Lime  Point,  res  SW  cor  East  Twelfth 
and  13th  av 

Tucker  S.  J.  Mrs.,  school  teacher,  res  SW  cor  East  Twelfth 
and  13th  av 

Tucker  Theophilus,  plasterer,  res  cor  Twenty-seventh"  and 
San  Pablo  av 

TUCKER  W.  J.,  agent  Emerson,  Ford  &  Co's  Saws,  Beaver 
Falls,  Pa.,  office  907  Broadway,  res  W  s  Filbert  nr 
Twenty-eighth 

Tuckey  John,  machinist,  res  N  s  Twenty-first  nr  Market 

TUFFORD  J.  H..(S.  B.  Boyce  «fc  Co.)  res  S  F 

Tuft  S.,  hostler  with  Cummings  &  Rowe,  res  NE  cor  Rail- 
road av  and  Wood 

Tulloch  James,  miner,  res  325  Sixth 

Tully  Thomas,  student  University 


Oakland  Tribune— best  Advertising  Medium  in  the  City. 


Woodward  &  Taggart — Desirable  Business  Property  for  Sale. 


376  OAKLAND    [  T  ]    DIRECTORY. 

TUM  SUDEN  H.  (H.  Turn  Suden  &   Co.)  res  cor  13th  av 

and  East  Sixteenth 
TUM  SUDEN  H.  &  CO.  (H.  Turn  Suden  and  Frederick 

Brunjes)  groceries,   crockery,  hardware,   etc.,  SW  cor 

14th  av  and  East  Twelfth 
Tunnell  Byron  J.,  student  University 
Tupper  Harry,  res  NW  cor  East  Fourteenth  and  13th  av 
Tupper  Morula,  widow,  res  NW  cor  East  Fourteenth  and 

13th  av 
TURBINE  WINDMILL.  CO.,  A.  Lanclon  president,  W.  W. 

Landon   secretary,   N   s   Second  bet  Washington   and 

Broadway 
Turnbull  Thomas  P.,  painter,  res  Myrtle  bet  Twenty-second 

and  Twenty-third 
Turnbull  Walter,  stockbroker,  res  1029  Sixth  av 
Turner  G.  H.,  conductor  C  P  K  E,  res  SE  cor  Willow  and 

Atlantic,  AV  O 
Turner  G.  W.,  clergyman,  res  S  s  Seventh  nr  Market 
Turner  James,  res  Eagle  House 
Turner  Mathew,  master  mariner,  res   S   s   Goss  nr  Wood, 

WO 
Turner  R.  N.,  farmer,  res  NE  cor  Ninth  and  Jackson 
Turner  Robert.  M.  jr.,  student  University 
Turner  Bosario,  capitalist,  res  S  s  University  av  nr  Sixth, 

West  Berkeley 
Turner  W.  E.,  atty-at-law  (S  F)  res  S  s  Hobert  nr  Telegraph 

av 
Turney  John,  calker,  res  Central  Pacific  Railroad  House 
Tusher  Frederick,  switchman  C  P  R  R,  res  cor  Willow  and 

Taylor,  W  O 
TUTTLE  CHARLES  A.,  Supreme  Court  reporter,  res  W  s 

Telegraph  av  nr  Chester 
Tuttle  E.  D.,  bookkeeper,  res  773  M}-rtle 
Tuttle  William  H.,  bricklayer,  res  S  s  Fifth  bet  Filbert  and 

Linden 
Twombly  C.  H.,  teller  First  National  Gold  Bank,  res  1015 

Webster 
Tye  J.,  millhand  Grove-st  Planing  Mill 
Tye  John  F.,  stairbuilder,  res  N  s  Twenty-eighth  nr  Myrtle 
Tye  William,  res  576  Fourth 

Tve  William,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Twenty-eighth  nr  Myrtle 
Tyghe  T.,  car  cleaner  C  P  R  R, 

Tyler  Charles,  night  clerk  C  P  R  R  wharf,  res  Railroad  Ex- 
change 
Tvler  Edward,  laborer,  res  856  Jefferson 
Tyler  George,  porter  C  P  R  R 


Stephen  Smith,  Real  Estate  and  Collection  Agt.,  917  Broadway 


Drink  Napa  Soda,  a  pure  natural  Mineral  Water.   Gordon,  Agt 


OAKLAND     [  "[J  ]   DIRECTORY.  377 

Tyler  George  M.,  res  464  Third,  rear 

Tyler  Joseph  H.,  policeman,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 

Tyler  Samuel,  master  mariner,  res  N  s  Fourth  bet  Madison 

and  Oak 
Tyler  Theodore  B.,  compositor  Tribune,  res  503  Eleventh 
Tyrrel  Jeremiah,  under  sheriff,  Court  House,  res  Brooklyn- 
township 
Tyrrell  Patrick  J.,  car  repairer  CPKK,  res  cor  Lewis  and 

Third,  W  O 
Tyson  James,  teamster,  res  SE  cor  Twenty -third  and  Tele- 
graph av 


u 

Umlauff  Philip  (Wise  &  Umlauff)  res  707  Broadway 

Unda  Carmen  Miss,  dressmaker,  shop  and  res  SW  cor  Uni- 
versity and  San  Pablo  avs,  West  Berkeley  * 

Unda  Clarinda  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  SW  cor  University  and 
San  Pablo  avs,  West  Berkeley 

Unda  Peter,  farmer,  res  cor  San  Pablo  and  University  avs, 
West  Berkeley 

Unda  Ygnacia  Mrs.,  res  cor  San  Pablo  and  University  avs, 
West  Berkeley 

Underwood  George  S.,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Twenty-first  nr 
West 

Underwood  Henry  D.,  bookkeeper  with  Chase  &  Baker  and 
operator  W  U  Tel  Co,  res  S  s  Lincoln  bet  Wood  and 
Pine,  «W  O 

Underwood  I.  A.,  mining,  res  NE  cor  Taylor  and  Wood,  W  O 

UNION  BANK  BUILDING,  SE  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway 

UNION  FLAG  SALOON  AND  LODGING  HOUSE,  Fred- 
erick Wenderoth  proprietor,  417  Seventh 

UNION  HOTEL,  Conrad  Schneider  proprietor,  NW  cor  13th 
av  and  Twelfth,  E  O 

Union  Insurance  Co.,  Samuel  Thompson  agent,  900  Brdwy 

UNION  NATIONAL  GOLD  BANK,  A.  C.  Henry  presi- 
dent, H.  A.  Palmer  cashier,  SE  cor  Broadway  and  Ninth 

UNION  RESTAURANT,  J.  Bieble  proprietor,  902  Broad- 
way 

UNION  SAVINGS  BANK,  J.  West  Martin  president,  H. 
A.  Palmer  vice-president  and  treasurer,  SE  cor  Broad- 
way and  Ninth 

UNIVERSITY  OF  CALIFORNIA,  Berkeley.     See  p  42-48 

Upton  Maylon  W.,  teller  Pacific  Bank  (S  F)  res  NW  cor 
Sixteenth  and  Clay 


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*<?*#! 


(The  Largest  Capital  of  any  Savings  Bank  in  California. ) 


J.   West  Martin, 

D.   Henshaw  Ward, 

K.   A.   Haines, 

f  has.  Webb  Howard, 

Hiram  Tubbs, 


BOARD    OF  DIRECTORS: 

A.  C.   Henry, 

Wm.  Meek, 
s.   Huff, 
R.   S.   Farrelly, 
J.  Mora  Moss, 
H.  A.  Palmer. 


John  C.  Hays, 
W.  W.   Crane,   jr. 
Samuel  Woods, 
R.   W.   Kirkham, 
H.  H.   Haight, 


J.  WEST  MARTIN, President. 

H.  A.  PALMER, Vice-President  and  Treasurer. 


Deposits  received  from  one  dollar  upward,  and  may  be  forwarded  by  express  or  checks 
on  banks  in  San  Francisco  or  Oakland,  and  book  will  be  returned. 

Certificates  of  Deposit  issued,  bearing  interest  and  payable  at  time  agreed  at  date  of 
making  deposit,  whicb  may  be  transferred  before  maturity. 

Interest  payable  January  10th  and  July  10th  of  each  year.  If  not  drawn,  will  be  added 
to  principal  sum. 


No  Entrance  Fee  Required. 

ily  on  real  estate,  bonds,  and  such  collaterals  as  may  I 
UNION  BANK  BUILDING,   cor.  BROADWAY  and  NINTH  ST. 


Loans  made  only  on  real  estate,  bonds,  and  such  collaterals  as  may  be  approved  by  the 
Board  of  Directors. 


A.  C.  HENRY, President. 

H.  A.  PALMER, Cashier. 


A.  C.  Henry, 

R.   W.  Kirkham, 


BOARD  OF  DIRECTORS: 

J.  West  Martin, 
D.  Henshaw  Ward, 
H.  A.  Palmer. 


This  Bank  transacts  a  general  banking  business,  with  ample  facilities  in  all  its  depart- 
ments. 

Exchange  and  Telegraphic  Transfers  on  New  York,  payable  in  Gold  or  Cur- 
rency, available  in  all  parts  of  the  United  States,  at  San  Francisco  rates. 

Collections  made  in  all  parts  of  the  United  States. 

Deposits  Received  from  individuals,  firms,  and  corporations,  subject  to  check  at 
6ight,  in  Gold,  Silver  or  Currency. 

UNION  BANK    BUTLDEVG,  cor.  BROADWAY  and  NINTH  ST. 


Try  Stephen  Smith's  system  of  collecting  Rents,  917  Broadway 


Try  Gordon's  Ice  Cream.   It  is  the  best  and  cheapest.   469  Ninth 


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Vacearezza  Luigi,  pedlar,  res  322  Second 

Vail  N.  B.,  carpenter  W  D  Co,  res  Fifth  bet  Center  a  ;d     w 

Chester^  W  0 
Vail  Rachel,'  widow,  res  S  s  Fifth  nr  Center 
Vail  Robert  S.,  wharfinger  C  P  R  R,  res  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine    "^ 

and  Wood,  WO  <& 

Valleau  J   S.  G.,  carpenter,  res  1120  Washington  £ 

Vallee  — ,  res  470  Third  g: 

Vallejo  N.  P.,  ticket  collector  C  P  R  R,  res  cor  Tenth  and     cd 

Filbert      *  *§ 

Valentine  Jacob,  miller  with  Babcock  &  Gonld,  res  806  Clay     ° 
Valley  C.  A.,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry  a 

Van  Alter  Peter,  plasterer,  res  601  Franklin  p 

Van  Amringe  John,  bookkeeper,  res  SE  cor  12th  av  and  East 

Fifteenth  | 

Van  Deburgh  F.  L.,  superintendent  A  &  P  Tel  Co,  res  1018     p 

Adeline  P 

Van  De  Mark  William  N.,  teacher  elocution,  462  Twelfth  g. 

VAN  DER   NAILLEN  ALBERT,  principal  Institute  Civil     g* 

Engineering,  461  Ninth,   res  cor  3d  av  and  Sumner,     3 

Temescal 
Van  Dyke  Walter,  atty-at-laAv  (S  F)  res  E  s  5th  av  nr  East 

Twenty-third 
Van  Dyke  William  M.,  student  University 
Van  Embergh  David  G.,  res  Thirteenth  bet  Broadway  and    J 

Washington 
Van  Epps  John,  carpenter,  res  N  s  Thirteenth  bet  Franklin 

and  Webster 
Van  Haltren  Albert,  lather,  res  601  Franklin 
VAN  HALTREN  PETER,  plasterer,  res  NW  cor  Second 

and  Jackson 
Van  Tassel  Thomas,  res  W  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Twentieth 
Van  Vleet  Elijah  J.,  clerk  U  S  Mint  (S  F)  res  1053  Alice  g 

Van,Voorhies  &  Brearty  (W.  Van  Voorhies  and  F.  J.  Bre- 

arty)  attys-at-law,  859  Broadway 
Van  Voorhies  R.  J.  (R.  J.   Van  Voorhies  &  Co.)  res  Grand 

Central  Hotel 
Van  Voorhies  R.  J.  &  Co.  (R.  J.  Van  Voorhies)  apothecaries, 

1051  Broadway  I  §* 

Van  Voorhies  William  (Van  Voorhies  &  Brearty)  atty-at-law, 

859  Broadway,  res  Eureka  Hotel 
Van  Vrankin   Benjamin,    carpenter,  res  N  s   Fifteenth  nr 

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Van  Wyck  John  C,  physician,  res  512  Sixth 

Vance  W.,  contractor,  res  Stewart's  Hotel 

VANDERBILT  JOHN  H.  (Hewett  &  Vanderbilt)  res  1012 
Webster 

Vanderbrook  Kichard,  painter  with  Farwell  &  Garrigan,  res 
460  Fifth 

Vane  James  F.,  foreman  with  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  NE  cor 
Twentieth  and  Broadway   v 

Vane  William,  plumber  with  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  N  s  Elev- 
enth nr  Kirkham 

Vargus  Manuel,  laborer  C  PER,  res  Third  bet  Chestnut 
and  Henry,  W  O 

Varney  Thomas,  capitalist,  res  935  Filbert 

Vassault  Ferdinand,  student  University 

VAUGHN  &  FUHR  (A.  H.  Vaughn  and  C.  A.  Fuhr,  pro- 
prietors Grand  Central  Hotel,  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Webster 
and  Harrison 

VAUGHN  A.  H.  (Vaughn  &  Fuhr)  res  Grand  Central  Hotel 

Vaughn  S.  B.,  shipwright  W  D  Co 

Vaughn  W.  H.,  teamster,  res  Union  Hotel,  E  O 

Vehrt  George,  waiter  Eureka  Hotel 

Veirs  Jesse,  ast  Co   Jailor,  res  County  Court  House,  rear 

Veirs  Jesse  E.,  bookkeeper  with  E.  C.  Boobar  &  Co.  (S  F) 
res  E  s  Campbell  nr  Railroad  av,  W  O 

VENITIAN  GARDENS,  L.  Bignami  proprietor,  574-576 
Seventh 

Venturer  Joseph,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Verhave  Adrian,  physician,  970  Broadway,  res  810  Harrison 

Verhave  John,  druggist,  store  and  res  SW  cor  East  Twelfth 
and  6th  av,  E  O 

Vernon  G.  B.  General,  res  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Clay  and  Jef- 
ferson 

Vernon  Joseph  W.,  painter,  res  N  s  West  Fifth  bet  Center 
and  Chester 

Veyrat  Alphonse,  waiter  Washington  Hotel 

Veyrat  Maurice,  proprietor  Washington  Hotel,  NW  cor 
Washington  and  Second 

Victor  E.  B.  Miss,  res  N  s  Seward  nr  Willow,  W  O 

VICTOR  SEWING  MACHINE,  Benjamin  Browning  agent, 
466  Twelfth 

VIENNA  CHEMICAL  STEAM  DYEING  WORKS,  Geo. 
Manefeld  proprietor,  834  Broadway 

Vildosala  Rosita,  res  S  s  East  Fourteenth  bet  18th  and  19th 
avs 

Villemain  Frank,  saloon  and  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Tem- 
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Villion  Eomain,  cook  with  J.  Marquis,  res  -161  Ninth 

Vincent  Albert,  foreman  Brooklyn  Planing  Mill,  res  Twenty- 
eighth  nr  Filbert 

Vincent  John  H.,  butcher  with  J.  H.  Davis,  res  W  s  13th 
av  bet  Twelfth  and  Fourteenth,  E  O 

Vincent  Joseph,  laborer,  res  S  s  East  Fifteenth  bet  16th  and 
17th  avs,  E  0 

Vincent  Sevin,  nurseryman,  res  N  s  East  Fourteenth  nr 
30th  av 

Vincent  W.  R.,  carriagemaker,  E  s  Wood  bet  Railroad  av 
and  Goss,  W  O,  res  N  s  Goss  bet  Cedar  and  Bay,  W  O 

Vining  George  H.,  expressman,  res  N  s  Charter  nr  Tele- 
graph av 

Vinzent  Charles,  res  SE  cor  5th  av  and  East  Tenth 

Viscovich  &  Donahue  (John  Viscovich  and  B.  J.  Donahue) 
restaurant,  460  Seventh 

Viscovich  John  (Viscovich  &  Donahue)  res  360  Fourth 

Voelker  A.  C.  Mrs.,  res  SE  cor  Franklin  and  Durant 

Voelker  George,  apprentice  with  Chris.  Schreiber,  res  956 
Webster 

VOGEL  JOHN,  groceries  and  liquors,  SW  cor  West  Fifth 
and  Lewis 

Vogelsanger  &  Burgelin  (Marx  Vogelsanger  and  Louis  Bur- 
gelin)  butchers,  1104  Market 

Vogelsanger  Marx  (Vogelsanger  &  Burgelin)  res  NW  cor 
Fifteenth  and  Kirkham 

Vogler  John  F.,  glazier  with  W.  S.  Murphy,  res  cor  Frank- 
lin and  Third 

VOGT  DAVID  (Streit  &  Vogt)  res  808  Jefferson 

Vogt  David  J.,  res  N  s  Thirteenth  bet  Franklin  and  Webster 

Vogt  Delia,  clerk  with  George  W.  Edwards,  res  416  Thir- 
teenth 

Vogt  John,  cigars  and  tobacco,  830  Broadway,  res  NE  cor 
Thirteenth  and  Webster 

Vogt  Kate  Mrs.,  nurse,  E  s  Webster  bet  Twenty-second  and 
Twenty-third 

Volker  Henry,  upholsterer,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av  nr  Charter 

Volker  John  Henry,  upholsterer  with  P.  Schreiber,  res  San 
Pablo  av  nr  Twenty-first 

Vollner  Peter,  tailor,  res  Birch  nr  Telegraph  av,  Temescal 

Von  Adelung  Edward,  teacher  music  Mill's  Seminary,  res 
SE  cor  3d  av  and  East  Tenth 

Von  der  Horst  John  H.,  res  663  Sixth 

Von  Gardinosky  Emil,  res  461  Ninth 

VON  GLAHN  JOHN  F.,  groceries  and  liquors,  SW  cor 
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Von  Ohlsen  Frank,  washer  Berkeley  Laundry 

Von  Spruhe  Henry,  foreman  Berkeley  Laundry 

Yoorhees  Eugene  F.,  painter,  res  840  Webster 

Vorliies  Mary  J.  Mrs.,  res  771  Washington 

Vorhies  M.  J.,  widow,  res  811  Brush 

Vosburgh  CM,  Mrs.,  res  junction  Market  and  San  Pablo  av 

Voslanber  Henry,  shoemaker  with  B.  Nedderman,  res  East- 
ern Hotel 

Vrooman  George  S.,  porter  with  A.  B.  Ross  &  Co.  (S  F) 
W  s  20th  av  bet  East  Twelfth  and  East  Fourteenth 

Vrooman  Henry,  city  attorney,  City  Hall,  res  S  s  Sixteenth 
nr  Jefferson 

Vulvey  C.  A.,  carpenter  CP  EE,  res  Railroad  Exchange, 
WO 


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Wa  Cheung  &  Co.,  tea,  coffee  and  cigars,  377  Seventh 

Wa  Lee,  laundry,  W  s  Webster  bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 

Wachs  A.  N.,  dry  and  fancy  goods,    1017  Broadway,   res 

Broadway  bet  Fourteenth  amlFifteenth 
Waddington  John,  printer  with  J.  E.  White 
Wade  J.  L.,  res  562  East  Fourteenth 

Wade  Simon  H.,  printer,  res  SW  cor  11th  av  and  East  Eigh- 
teenth 
Wadsley  Thomas,  laborer,  res  NE  cor  Fifteenth  and  Frank- 
lin 
Wadsworth  M.  S,  farming,  res  W  s  Peralta  and  Seward,  W  O 
Waer  George  A.,  farmer,  res  Forty-ninth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Waer  Philip  H.,  farmer,  res  S  s  Forty-ninth  nr  Telegraph  av 
Wagar  Lemuel,  blacksmith,  res  359  Eleventh 
Wagner  William,  confectioner,  res  W  s  Campbell  nr  Eighth, 

WO 
Wahlenmaier  Charles,  res  E  s  Chester  nr  Third 
Wahlenmaier  H.,  carpenter,  res  Soracco  House,  W  O 
Wainright  John,  shipping  clerk  (S  F)  res  S  s  Lincoln  bet 

Wood  and  Pine,  WO 
Wait  Cornelius,  res  W  s  Webster  bet  Fifteenth  and  Six- 

.  teenth 
Wait  Herbert,  carpenter,  res  Eland  House 
Waite  &  Pones  (John  Waite  and  John  H.  Fones)  stair  build- 
ers, 367  Tenth 
Waite  Cornelius,  carpenter,  res  cor  Twenty-seventh  and  San 

Pablo  av 
Waite  H.  H.,  carpenter  Enterprise  Mills,  res  Alta  House  ' 

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Waite  John  (Waite  &  Fones)  res  Sixteenth  bet  Clay  and 

Jefterson 
Waithman  Joseph,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Wakefield  Arthur  T.,  clerk  with  Sanford,  Kelsey  &  Co.,  res 

Edward  nr  Telegraph  av 
Wakefield  Charles,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Wakefield  Charles,polisher  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Wakefield  Leland  H.,  res  NW  cor  7th  av  and  East  Seven- 
teenth 
Wakeman  M.   L.,  widow,   res  NE  cor  Tenth  av  and  East 

Eleventh 
Walbridge  Jennie  Miss,  teacher  Irving  Grammar  School, 

res  Mansion  House 
Walcott  Edward  E.,  /salesman  (S  F)  res  N  s  Goss  bet  Pine 

and  Wood,  W  O 
Walker  Alexander,  res  W  s  Chester  nr  Ninth,  W  0 
Walker  Anna  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  N  s  Twenty-second  nr 

West 
Walker  C.  H  ,  watchmaker  California  Watch  Co.,  res  Park 

House,  WB 
Walker  Charles,  shipwright  W  D  Co,  res  Central  Pacific 

Railroad  House,  W  O 
Walker  Charles  F.,  salesman  with  Chase  &  Baker,  res  SE 

cor  Seward  and  Pine,  W  O 
Walker  E.  B.  Mrs.,  res  Blake  House 
Walker  George  M.,  carpenter,  res  NW  cor  21st  av  and  East 

Sixteenth 
Walker  James,  patternmaker,  res  661  Jefferson 
Walker  James  G.,  liquors  (S  F)   res  W  s  Chester  nr  Ninth 
Walker  John,   stableman  with  Johnson  &  Downing,  res  413 

Fourth 
Walker  John  C,  shoemaker  with  D.  Stuart,  res  E  s  5th  av 

bet  East  Sixteenth  and  East  Seventeenth 
Walker  John  R.,   night  watchman   C  P  R  B,   res  E  s  Lewis 

bet  Third  and  Fifth,  W  O 
WALKER  JONAS  M.,  res  S  s  Twelfth  bet  Madison  and 

Jackson 
Walker  Sterry,    Mountain  Dairy,  res  N  s  Seventeenth  nr 

West 
Walker  Theodore  L.,  agent  Hartford  Fire  Insurance  Co., 

1007  Broadwav,  res  NE  cor  Vallev  and  Locust 
Walker  Wilber,  bookkeeper  with  Blethen  &  Terry,  res  1004 

Third 
Walker  William,  carpenter,  res  270  Seventh 
Wall  Benjamin  P.,   student  University,   res  NW  cor  West 

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Wall  C.  G.,  painter,  res  323  Eleventh 

Wall  Jesse  S.,  merchant,  res  963  Clay 

Wallace  Caleb  H.,  station  agent  CPER,  res  762  Sixth 

Wallace  Clarence  H.,   student  University 

Wallace  Edwin,  teamster,  res  417  East  Twelfth 

Wallace  James  F.,  mining,   res  E  s  Wood  nr  Lincoln,  W  O 

^Wallace  J.  M.,  special  policeman,   res  cor  East  Twelfth  and 

Market 
Wallace  John  A.,  carpenter  W  D  Co 
Wallace  Robert,  res  364  Tenth 
Wallace  Ryland  B.,  student  University 
Wallace  Thomas,   mining  (S  F)  res  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr 

Forty-eighth 
Wallace  William  T.,  student  University 
Walbrook  Henry,  gardener,  907  Clay 
Wallenspiel  A.   C,    engineer  CPRE,    res  S  s  Goss  bet 

Wood  and  Willow,  W  O 
Wallis  B.  F.,  salesman  Oakland  Planing  Mill 
Wally  George  H.,  carpenter,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  W  O 
Walrath  Robert  H.,  bookkeeper  (S  F)  res  W  s  Washington 

nr  Tenth 
Walsh  Anna,  domestic,  N  s  Division  nr  Pine,  W  O 
Walsh  Cornelius,  plumber,   res  cor  Twenty,  sixth  and  Union 
Walsh  Cornelius  jr.,  clerk,  res  cor  Twenty-sixth  and  Union 
Walsh  D.  F.,   bricklayer,  res  NE  cor  Twenty-fourth  and 

Telegraph  av 
WALSH  D.  F.  MRS.,  fancy  goods  and  dressmaking,   NE 

cor  Twenty-fourth  and  Telegraph  av 
Walsh  Edmond,  laborer  CPER,  res  Goss  bet  Seventh  and 

Eighth 
Walsh  Elizabeth,  503  Eleventh 
Walsh  Michael,  res  812  Third 

Walter  Otto,  printer  (S  F)  res  S  s  Taylor  nr  Willow,  W  O 
WALTER  W.  A.  (Shakespear  &  Walter)  and  member  City 

Council,  res  606  Fourteenth 
Walterfield  Alfred,  laborer  C  P  R  R,  res  Short  bet  Cedar 

and  Division,  W  O 
Walters   Martin,    master   mariner,    res   cor   Sixteenth   and 

Center,  W  O 
Walters  Thomas,  res  E  s  San  Pablo  av,  North  Temescal 
Waltham  Charles  F.,  compositor  Oakland  Daily  Transcript, 

res  S  s  Ninth  bet  Franklin  and  Webster 
Walther  George,  baker  Grand  Central  Hotel 
Walton  Charles,  res  W  s  Harrison  bet  Third  and  Fourth 
Walton  Jesse,  U  S  Mint  (S  F)  res  1055  Broadway 
Walton  Joseph,  tailor,  res  403  Ninth 


Stephen  Smith,  917  Broad-way,  has  desirable  Houses  to  Rent. 


For  biliousness  drink  Eastern  Cider.     Gordon,  agt,  469  Ninth 


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Wancel  Frank,  carpenter,  res  S  s  TWenty-first  nr  Broadway 
Wand  Thomas  N.,  merchant,  res  S  s  Middle  nr  Chester, 

WO 
Wandesford    Harrold,   bookkeeper,    res  N   s   Sycamore  nr 

Grove 
Wandesforde  Juan  B.,  artist,  res  N  s  Sycamore  bet  Tele- 
graph av  and  Grove 
Wands  M.J.  Mrs.,  res  N  s  Sixteenth  nr  Clay 
Wangerin  Joseph  D.,  barber,  shop  and  res  W  s  Telegraph 

av  nr  Fiftieth,  Temescal 
Wantzel  Emma,  domestic,  W  s  Telegraph  av  nr  Charter 
Ward  Bridget,  domestic,  1057  Filbert 
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